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In the northwestern corner of the Bayou State of Louisiana is the bustling and thriving artistic city of Shreveport. Nestled along the banks of the Red River to the east and Cross Lake to the west, Shreveport is every cosmopolitan outdoors lover’s dream vacation destination. One of the largest towns in Louisiana, Shreveport is bursting at the seams with adventures and opportunities. When you book an RV rental in Shreveport, you are opening up northern Louisiana to become your playground. Not only that but because Shreveport is located near the Louisiana-Texas border, you can get even more exploring under your belt.

If you don’t feel like driving the Shreveport RV rental around the city, you can jump on the SporTran bus system that operates throughout Shreveport. With lots of routes, you should have no problem getting wherever you need to go.

When you book an RV in Shreveport, you will be blown away by the sheer amount of exploring you can do in the region. With bayous and forests and lots of city amenities, you’ll have everything you could possibly need within easy reach.

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The Great Outdoors

About an hour’s drive to the north of Shreveport is the Bodcau State Wildlife Management Area near Benton. Situated along the Bodcau Bayou, this area is a wonderful place to take a stroll through some of Louisiana’s maintained wilderness. You can see some of those famed Louisiana swamps or trek through some of the hardwood forests. If you’re quiet and lucky, maybe you’ll even see a white-tailed deer or a wild turkey.

When you book a motorhome rental in Shreveport, you head 80 miles south to the Sabine National Forest on the Texas-Louisiana border near Hemphill. You can go hiking through the piney woods, or even challenge yourself on the 28-mile trail. If you enjoy fishing, you can spend your day at the Toledo Bend Reservoir, one of the best bass fishing lakes in the country.

You can also take the Shreveport motorhome rental 150 miles south to Kisatchie National Forest near Alexandria. You can go exploring through the forests, hit the water with kayak or canoe, or go wildflower hunting in the spring. If you just want to immerse yourself in nature, you can go hiking on one of the many trails, some spanning 30 miles. You can even go backpacking through the woodlands if you want to see a little more.

RV Parks

When you book a camper rental in Shreveport, you’re going to need a place to park it for the night so you can catch some much-deserved rest. Luckily enough, there are several places around Shreveport that offer the amenities that just about anyone would desire.

Just outside of town is the Shreveport/Bossier City KOA. Here, you will find full hookups, restroom and shower blocks, and WiFi. If you forgot anything on your travels, you can head to the on-site general store and pick up whatever you need. And, if you aren’t too tired from your adventuring, you can do a little bit of swimming in the on-site pool.

Just to the north of Shreveport is the Cash Point RV Park. On a bluff above the shores of the Red River, you’ll get unforgettable views of the river and forest below you. The park has full hookups, bathroom and shower blocks, laundry facilities, and an on-site grocery store.

Explore the City

While touring the area with the Shreveport camper rental, it is imperative to explore this exciting city. There is always so much going on in this metropolis that you are sure to find something that will suit your interests.

If you want to explore the artistic side of Shreveport, spend the day at RW Norton Art Gallery. You can see works from European artists going as far back as the 1500s and works from American artists as far back as 1700s. After you’ve gotten lost among the galleries, you can head outside to the botanical gardens. You can marvel in the manicured lawns and flowerbeds and find yourself in a state of zen as you walk along the babbling brook.

If you’re looking for something a little more on the wild side, then the Gators and Friends Alligator Park and Exotic Zoo just west of town is the place for you. You can walk through the zoo and petting zoo section of the park and see lemurs, camels, kangaroos, and you can even get up close and personal with some of the animals. If that isn’t exciting enough or you, then strap in for the zip-line that cruises through the air and safely above the alligator enclosure. You’ll feel the wind in your hair as you speed past some of nature’s most intimidating animals.

When you’re spending time in Louisiana, you need to end the day with a steaming bowl of jambalaya or gumbo. Even better, if you rent an RV in Shreveport, LA, in the spring during crayfish season, be sure to add some of those to the pot and enjoy some real Cajun cooking.

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