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Open field with large shade trees scattered throughout. Perfect for a quick stop. It’s a 6 minute walk to a rest area for bathrooms and vending machines. We arrived in the dark but we’ll try to remember to take pictures in the morning.
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Easy access by asphalt road, lots of flat open spaces under gorgeous spanish moss covered oaks. The constant highway traffic put me to sleep and the midnight train woke me. Song birds and fishermen to wake up to.Report Check-In
No longer free to camp. Check the LADWF website for details. https://www.wlf.louisiana.gov/page/wmarefugeconservation-area-licenses-and-permitsReport Check-In
As described in other posts. If you are a Sr Citizen it’s free. Check in with the LDWF WMA app on your phone.Report Check-In
Lots of space, only a few other campers here. Opportunity for full sun, or shade from large live oaks. There is a sign expressly prohibiting pets, appears to be new. Not sure the reason as it's right on the edge of a subdivision. There are no fire rings but plenty of evidence of people having fires.Report Check-In
Arrived here at the open air campground located in Pearl Louisiana. check in procedure is now required through the App, Louisiana Wildlife ManagementReport Check-In