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Greatest campsites in florida and louisiana along interstate 10

  1. Cajun Palms RV Resort (Henderson, Louisiana): Feel like enjoying a relaxing sunset while swimming or getting a drink at a hot tub or swim up bar where everything is conveniently charged to your wristband? Just a quarter mile north of Interstate 10, you’d find that at the Cajun Palms RV Resort. While there’s plenty onsite for adult fun, it’s also kid friendly with a wide variety of activities such as a dinosaur park, arcade, and go car track.
  2. French Quarter RV Resort (New Orleans, Louisiana): Conveniently located in the heart of New Orleans’ historic French Quarter just off Interstate 10 is the French Quarter RV Resort. It features a main clubhouse, pool, hot tub, fitness room, and complimentary WiFi.
  3. Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park and Campground (Live Oak, Florida): This is a one of a kind music park and premier campground nestled on the shady banks of the historic, tea colored Suwannee River. It hosts a wide variety of events throughout the year and offers live tunes in the music hall as well as a natural amphitheater for outdoor festivals.
  4. Perdido Cove RV Resort and Marina (Pensacola, Florida): The Perdido Cove RV Resort and Marina is located on the waterfront of Florida’s Intracoastal Waterway. The campground is just one mile from the famous Gulf Coast sugar white sand beaches placing you just a 10 minute drive from both downtown Pensacola, Florida as well as Gulf Shores, Alabama.
  5. Bayou Segnette State Park (Westwago, Louisiana): Located only a half hour from New Orleans and the French Quarter, Bayou Segnette State Park is a quiet camping location that’s unique in having access to both saltwater and freshwater fishing. It’s also very kid friendly with a seasonal wave pool, picnic areas, and a playground.
  6. Lake Talquin State Park (Tallahassee, Florida): Florida’s Emerald Coast has a number of destinations that make for great trips including Lake Talquin State Park located just a half hour west of the state capitol, Tallahassee. This state park is a peaceful setting to hike, fish, kayak, canoe, and bird watch. There’s also a lengthy 650 foot boardwalk you can walk along for incredible views of the scenic Lake Talquin.
  7. Big Shoals State Park (White Springs, Florida): Before getting to the end of Interstate 10 in Jacksonville, take the time to spend at least a day exploring Big Shoals State Park. This state park has the largest whitewater rapids in all of Florida, massive limestone bluffs, and a wide variety of wooded trails for hikers, bikers, and horseback riding. Of note, the state park itself is only open during the day, but there are several options camping options nearby.