When road trippers roll into Frog City RV Park, they are greeted with homemade cookies and special treats for their pooches on board. The amicable hosts aim to please, and it shows in their super-tidy amenities and nicely landscaped grounds
RV sites are level, packed gravel and surprisingly spacious, allowing plenty of room for an awning, picnic table, and fire-ring. There are full hook-ups to electricity (30/50 amp), water, and sewer with good connections to the internet and cable TV. Decorative trees enhance the natural ambiance. The park is a direct pathway to a highway, but traffic noise appears to be minimal. Daily rate is $49.60.
Bow-wow buddies are welcome, except for Rottweilers, Pit bulls, Chows, and Dobermans. The park asks for visiting pooches to stay on a leash and their pet parents bring litter bags and clean up all doggy waste. A designated exercise area lets loyal woofers feel the grass under their paws, with a no-go rule around the camp buildings.
Weekly happenings get campers inspired with yummy pancake breakfasts, ice cream parties, and holiday-themed events. A unique saltwater pool is ideal for summer fun, while the kids will love the playground. The camp hall has a fully equipped kitchen for get-togethers. If you’re feeling lucky, pop across the road to the mini-casino or grab a snack at the truck stop a few blocks away.
A 20-minute drive lets you discover Lafayette, a Southern-belle city oozing with charm and Civil War history. Visit the Acadian Village for a preserved view of Cajun life in the 1800s. Lafayette museums including the Alexandre Mouton House reflect the city origins while outdoor enthusiasts looking for a Louisiana adventure might want to check out the Lake Martin Rookery, where the trail highlights alligators and birds.
Check into Frog City RV Park for a night of restful sleep or make it your base for exploring the romanticism of Cajun country. It pays to book your site as things liven up in the summer months and holidays with festive celebrations all year round.