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Forest River RV Cherokee 25DD

Forest River RV Cherokee 25DD

2006 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 5
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53.2 miles from Louisiana
$85
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Keystone RV Laredo 299BH

Keystone RV Laredo 299BH

2016 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 8
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91.8 miles from Louisiana
$135
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Venture RV SportTrek 327VIK

Venture RV SportTrek 327VIK

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 11
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43.3 miles from Louisiana
$140
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Keystone RV Hideout 32RDDS

Keystone RV Hideout 32RDDS

2020 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 6
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45.2 miles from Louisiana
$129
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Winnebago Spirit 31G - 2

Winnebago Spirit 31G - 2

2017 / Class C Motor Home
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Sleeps 8
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55.0 miles from Louisiana
$275
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Jayco Jay Flight SLX 8 284BHS

Jayco Jay Flight SLX 8 284BHS

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 4
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69.7 miles from Louisiana
$115
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PRIMETIME SANIBEL 2017

PRIMETIME SANIBEL 2017

2017 / Fifth Wheel
Sleeps 4
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38.2 miles from Louisiana
$139
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Palomino Puma 30-FBSS

Palomino Puma 30-FBSS

2014 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 9
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50.2 miles from Louisiana
$110
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Louisiana

When deciding which RV to rent for your summer vacation to Louisiana, it's important to consider the vehicle best suited for your space needs and your driving comfort. You can narrow down your search by sorting out which class of RV you want to rent.

Functionally, you need to decide whether you want an RV that you drive or an RV that you tow. Class A, Class B, and Class C motorhome rentals in Louisiana all have engines and require a driver behind the wheel. Standard travel trailers, fifth wheels, and pop up campers need to be towed with a capable vehicle, such as a truck or SUV. More information about the different types of RV rentals in Louisiana can be found by reading this guide.

RV Campgrounds Near Louisiana

No matter how you prefer to spend your time, you'll find many wonderful Louisiana RV parks for your trip. If you're planning a summertime RV trip to Louisiana or will be here for Labor Day weekend, you'll want a way to cool off. Why not check out Cajun RVera in New Iberia? This is a community campground with a pool, water park slides, and plenty of places to cool off.

If you like to hit the trails on your ATV, the Silver Creek Campground in Mt. Hermon is an ideal spot. There's also fishing and mud-bogging to enjoy here. You'll have plenty of privacy as well as easy access to Highway 55. From the campground, it's only a short drive to Lake Pontchartrain in your Louisiana RV Rental if you feel like exploring.

Fans of wildlife and a natural setting might consider taking their pop up camper rental in Louisiana to Peaceful Pines RV Park and Campground. This lovely RV park is near the historic city of St. Francisville. Additionally, this campground is on the edge of an Audubon State Historic Site and just southwest of the Mary Ann Brown Nature Preserve.

Fishermen will want to take their camper rentals in Louisiana to Lakeside RV Park. There's a 17-acre fishing lake, and the entire family will be very happy with the game room, pool, and dog park!

US National & State Parks Nearby Louisiana

Although there are no national parks within the borders of Louisiana, you can easily take your RV to one in a nearby state. Arkansas is home to Hot Springs National Park, which gives visitors the opportunity to relax in soothing natural thermal baths. 

The topography of Louisiana itself, however, is too fascinating not to study, so why not take a trip to the St. Bernard State Park? There, you can take a ride on the Belle Chase Ferry and study the area as you get to know Louisiana from your motorhome rental.

If nature is how you relax, enjoy your Labor Day weekend with a trip to Fontainebleau State Park. You'll be camped right on the edge of the Pontchartrain where you can enjoy a cool breeze. 

Families with children might want to stop at the Bogue Chitto State Park. In addition to enjoying excellent camping, you'll have a chance to float down the Bogue Chitto River and do a little horseback riding.

RV Storage Facilities in Louisiana

There are several facilities that offer RV storage in Louisiana, many of which are conveniently located near the junctions of Highways 10 and 49 and Highways 55 and 59. Although your risk of freezing damage to your RV in Louisiana is minimal, these facilities can keep your RV protected from the heat and humidity. It may be a good idea to plan for humid conditions and keep a desiccant in your rig during storage. 

Dumpstations Near Louisiana

Many of the Love's Travel Stops throughout Louisiana offer stations where you can dump your tanks for a small fee. The TA Travel Centers and Flying Js also provide this service for a fee. The Civitan Park in Winnsboro, Louisiana, offers free dumping.

Popular Tourist Attractions for an RV Rental Louisiana

History is alive in the state of Louisiana, and the wildlife can't be beat. From the Louisiana Purchase Zoo to the French Quarter RV Resort, you may have a hard time focusing on what you want to see! Stop in at the North Toledo Bend State Park to view the Mansfield State Historic Site or check out the Pioneer Village at Lake Bistineau State Park. If Civil War History is of interest, then head to the Vicksburg National Military Park, which is conveniently close to Poverty Point Reservoir Park.

Sports and Entertainment Near Louisiana

Fans of the music of New Orleans need only stop at the French Quarter RV Resort. From the Fontaine Palace to the Saenger Theatre, visitors can enjoy remarkable musicians drawn from local talent or nationwide fame. And once you're in New Orleans, check out the NBA's Hornets or the NFL's New Orleans Saints! 

Highways in or Near Louisiana

Highway 20 will take you from east to west across northern Louisiana. Highway 10 stretches from Lake Charles to merge with Highway 12 before crossing into Mississippi. You can easily get from northwest Louisiana to Lafayette on Highway 49.

State Parks Near Louisiana
RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Louisiana
RV Storage Near Louisiana
Alexandria is a city that is located right in the center of the Pelican State. There is a lot to see and do in the area, and it is only about a three-hour drive to Baton Rouge. While you are here, you can find a campground to stay at, but if you plan on leaving and returning at a later date, you may want to find RV storage Alexandria. The city gets about 60 inches of rain per year, so you may also want to consider indoor or covered storage to keep your rig dry when not using it. The following list has plenty of options, but they are not in a specific order, so you can choose the one that fits your needs.
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