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DeRidder, a small city, founded in the 1890s, is located in Beauregard Parish. The city was named after Ella de Ridder who was the sister-in-law of a local railroad builder. During its early years, it was an important lumber spot and was filled with sawmills.

While small, DeRidder is filled with culture and interesting legends. In fact, local lore says that the largest pine tree in the world once stood here. The city is also filled with beautiful examples of Gothic architecture, especially in its historic district, a great place to view with your RV rental.

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The Great Outdoors

The city is located near many stunning outdoor destinations. One option to cruise over and explore with your DeRidder motorhome rental is West Park. Located within the city, this park is somewhat small but offers walking trails, tennis courts, and a pool. You’ll also find some picnic pavilions that you can rent out for your next family outing.

Another option is Whiskey Chitto Creek. Also known as Ouiska Chitto Creek, it flows about 87 miles through the state until it reaches the Calcasieu River. Part of the creek also flows into the Kisatchie National Forest. Kayak down the river (guided tours are available), fish, or picnic on its shores. While here, you might also catch a glimpse of local wildlife, like deer and turkeys.

Take your camper rental from DeRidder to Lake Martin. Situated in Lafayette, this wildlife preserve is surrounded by sleepy swamplands and ancient cypress trees. It’s also home to numerous wildlife, like alligators, herons, and bullfrogs. While here, venture down its many trails or take a kayak out on the water.

RV Parks

When you book an RV in DeRidder, one must think, where will they park for the night or week. Pine Grove Estates and RV Park is a pet and family-friendly RV park located in a quiet country setting. It offers 37 sites and has amenities such as WiFi, RV shop, 30/50-amp options, and a laundry room.

Consider parking your motorhome rental from DeRidder at Big Oak RV Park. Offering 18 sites, this park is small and quiet, making it ideal for those looking for something simple. It has amenities such as WiFi, a laundry room, and pool.

Located two miles away from the heart of DeRidder is Trout Creek RV Park. The park offers shaded sites that rest under old trees. You’ll find amenities such as 30/50-amp options, laundry, and cable.

Exploring the City

When you rent a travel trailer in DeRidder, you have the opportunity to travel around to quite a few different places. A destination to visit in the historic district is the Gothic Jail. Also known as Beauregard Parish Jail, this eerie building was built in 1914 and features Gothic Revival architecture. It once housed many prisoners, some of which were hanged inside, hence its nickname the “Hanging Jail.” The jail is also known for its spiral staircase and dark tunnel which connects it to the nearby courthouse. While no longer in use, tours can sometimes be taken of it.

Another place to visit with your RV rental from DeRidder is the Beauregard Museum. This museum, situated inside a 1926 Kansas City South Depot building, tells the history of the parish. Inside, guests will be able to learn more about the once-important industries, like railroad work and lumber mills. There are also many exhibits which contain local Native American arrowheads, antique furniture, and vintage photos of the parish. There’s also a train caboose parked outside.

Located a short drive away in Alexandria, you will find the Alexandria Museum of Art. This museum holds plenty of different forms of modern art, like paintings and ceramics. It also is home to numerous traveling and permanent exhibits. The art museum holds guided tours and art classes. Admission is required in order to enter.

Nature and outdoor lovers head over to Sabine National Forest. Situated about an hour away on the border of Texas and Louisiana in Hemphill, it runs over 161,000 acres long. It’s known for its pine trees and abandoned timber yards which are a testament to it once being an important logging spot. The forest offers numerous trails for all skill levels to enjoy, as well as fishing and hunting spots and picnicking areas. During the spring, the forest is filled with fragrant wildflowers while in the fall the trees are vibrant in their red and orange shades. It’s perfect to visit almost any time of the year as there’s plenty to do and see.

Should it be a charming Louisiana-Texas border town you are seeking to explore, consider a motorhome rental in DeRidder. Enjoy the local food, hike through a forest, and enjoy the outstanding landscape. Rent a luxury motorhome in DeRidder, LA, and set out on a family adventure in the Pelican State.

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