Some campgrounds generate a friendly vibe from the moment you check in until it’s time to leave, making your stay memorable. Twelve Oaks RV Park has that personable appeal with friendly hosts who seem to enjoy running a campground and making guests feel like they are part of the family.
RVers are invited to drive onto a spacious, concrete pad and get hooked up to electricity (30/50 amp), water, and sewer, plus the internet. A grassy space on either side offers breathing room between camper vans while a traditional, post lantern once used to light streets in the 18th century adds a charming, romantic appeal.
Daily rates are $55 for classic, back-in access or $60 for an easy pull-through site. The nearest highway is less than a mile away, offering no noise issues to people staying at the park.
The clubhouse is the hub of the campground with a fireplace for those cool fall and winter nights. It features clean, restrooms, showers, and a laundry room with a TV. Right outside the door is a covered kitchen with communal barbeques where guests can cook an evening meal.
The park is a cozy space for stopovers or folks looking to explore Lake Charles, an upscale Louisiana city with ritzy casinos and innovative museums, including the Mardi Gras Museum of Imperial Calcasieu, showcasing a glamorous collection of Mardi Gras costumes.
Prien Lake highlights a scenic walkway alongside the lake where dogs are allowed on-leash. The same applies to their stay at Twelve Oaks RV Park. Pups must stay on-leash unless they're playing in the spacious, fenced dog run. Owners are expected to pick up their waste, and only woofers less than 40 pounds can gain entry to the camp. Current vaccination records must be shown at check-in.
Twelve Oaks RV Park is the ideal base camp for fun in the city. The endearing community feeling is irresistible and sees campers return all year round. Peak times are the holidays, summer, and whenever there’s a party event scheduled in Lake Charles.