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Discover Southeast Louisiana by RV Rental

Southeast Louisiana consists of Louisiana’s largest cities. From New Orleans to Baton Rouge to Lafayette, Southeast Louisiana has a rich history dating back to the early days of the colonial period. Much of the area is a melting pot of French, African, French-Canadian, and American cultures. You’ll find delicious foods, raucous Mardi Gras festivals, and hundreds of historic sites scattered across Southeast Louisiana. 

Exploring Southeast Louisiana by RV rental is an excellent way to dive into the area’s rich culture. From the coastline to the bayous to the city of New Orleans, you’ll need at least a few weeks to really discover the best of Southeast Louisiana. Now is the time to book your RV rental.

Rent an RV in Southeast Louisiana 

Renting an RV in Southeast Louisiana is easy with RVshare. With close to 400 different RV rental options from private owners, you’ll find the best RV rental for your family vacation. From from hundreds of motorhomes, fifth wheels, campervans, and folding trailers of various sizes. With RVshare you’ll be able to find your perfect RV rental in your price range in Southeast Louisana.

Motorhome Rental in Southeast Louisiana

Southeast Louisiana has many Class A motorhome rentals available across the region. Choose from large luxury motorhome rentals with all the modern amenities that can sleep up to eight people, or choose a small Class C motorhome rental that can sometimes sleep up to 10 people. Average nightly rental rates fall in the $175 range for a motorhome rental in Southeast Louisiana.

Rent a Folding Trailer in Southeast Louisiana

If you’re driving to Southeast Louisiana in your truck or SUV that can haul a trailer than a folding trailer rental might be your best option. Most folding trailer rentals sleep an average of six people and cost less than $100 a night to rent in Southeast Louisiana. Just park your folding trailer rental at the RV park and head into New Orleans for some beignets. 

RV Rental Locations in Southeast Louisiana 

Southeast Louisiana is home to some of Louisiana’s largest cities. You can find excellent RV rental options in Baton Rouge, Lafayette, New Orleans, and Houma. If you still can’t find the perfect RV rental then there are plenty of other RV rental locations in Louisiana.

Points of Interest in Southeast Louisiana 

New Orleans

New Orleans is Louisiana’s most known city and one of the world’s most fascinating cities. With a unique melting pot of culture, food, art, and music, you won’t go bored in this city. Grab a hurricane on Bourbon Street, beignets at Café Du Monde, or catch an epic jazz show on Frenchmen Street. Kids will love exploring the many historic cemeteries or play in the City Park. 

Oak Alley Plantation

Located on the west bank of the Mississippi River in Vacherie, Oak Alley Plantation is a historic pre-Civil War era plantation named after the double rows of southern live oak trees. The plantation is a designated National Historic Landmark and is open to tours. It is also a restaurant and inn. 

The National WWII Museum

Located in the Central Business District of New Orleans, the National WWII Museum is a military history museum dedicated to World War II. Founded in 2000, it maintains an affiliation with the Smithsonian Institution and is America’s official National World War II Museum. The museum contains thousands of artifacts including aircraft, tanks, and enigma machines. 

Grand Isle State Park 

Grand Isle State Park on the eastern end of Grand Isle was seriously affected by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 but has since been renovated and repaired. This 160-acre state park was recently named “America’s Most Haunted Beach” and is said to be haunted. If you’re afraid of ghosts then it's best to visit during the day where you can swim in the ocean, birdwatch, crab, fish, and more. 

Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve

Named after Jean Lafitte who influenced the development of the region, Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve protects the rich natural and cultural resources of the Mississippi River Delta region. The park consists of six physically separate sites, including three Acadiana sites that were settled by the Acadians who were expulsed from Canada in the 1700s. The Barataria Preserve is popular with boaters as you can discover swamps and marshes by canoe.    

USS Kidd

The USS Kid is a Fletcher-class destroyer that was launched in 1943 that saw action in the Pacific Theater during WWII and recommissioned again during the Korean War. The USS Kid now rests on a dry-dock in Baton Rouge and can be toured by the public.

The Best RV Parks in Southeast Louisiana 

Poche Plantation Cajun Country Park – Convent 

Poche Plantation welcomes big rigs of all sizes to enjoy its 18 acres of groomed lawns and gardens on this historic plantation listed on the National Register for Historic Places. With large concrete pads, a modern tower with full hookups, and trash container, RVers will feel like they are staying in a five-star hotel. The park has a swimming pool, hot tub, and more. 

Amelia RV Park – Morgan City 

Amerlia RV Park has 55 RV sites with full hookups, WiFi, and 80 channel cable TV. The park is clean, the manager lives on-site, and it’s near shopping and major attractions. Rates are very affordable making it a great budget destination.

Lakeside RV Park – Livingston 

Lakeside RV Park is a family-friendly RV park nestled on the banks of a beautiful 17-acre fishing pond close to historic New Orleans and Baton Rouge. Each RV site has level concrete pads, full hookups, and free WiFi. There is a swimming pool, a family game room, and playground.

Abita Springs RV Park – Abita Springs

Surrounded by native trees and the mineral waters of Abita Springs, Abita Springs RV Park offers an exceptional camping experience. Sites have full hookups and the campground has a swimming pool, fishing, walking paths, and more. It is also surrounded by some of the best Cajun restaurants in the state.   

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