Fontainebleau State Park

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AVERAGE RATING
4.50 out of 5
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Campground Description

Pavilions and meeting rooms are accessible during operating hours. Golden Age/Golden Access Passport holders must present a valid card at check-in. Persons who rent park facilities can be held responsible for any damage done to those facilities. All park buildings are smoke free environments including cabins and lodges. Cabins and Lodges are furnished with basic kitchen utensils, pots, and bed linens and pillows. Please bring your own towels, soap products, etc. Group Camps are furnished with pots, basic kitchen utensils and bunk-beds. Please bring your own pillows, bed linens, towels, soap products, etc. A maximum stay of 14 consecutive days is allowed in the park. Reservations must be made at least 1 days in advance. If you are reserving a cabin, lodge or group camp 10 months or more in advance of the arrival this reservation will adhere to the following: This reservation must be paid in full no later than 30 days after the reservation is made. If you call the reservation center to drop off any days or cancel you will be charged one days rental. When you click Continue to Payment Details you are accepting the terms for this reservation which was made for a cabin, lodge or group camp 10 months or more in advance of the arrival date, and the stay is for 5 days or more. Please be advised that cell phones often do not work in remote areas including many park sites CANCELLATIONS Should you have any problem with your reservation, or you need to make a change, transfer, or cancel, give us a call at 1-877-CAMP-N-LA. The cancellation fee is a minimum of $10 per facility. The cancellation or transer fee is $10 per facility 15 days or more before arrival. 14 days or less before arrival, the cancellation or transfer fee is one day's usage fee. TO CANCEL RESERVATIONS: CALL LA STATE PARKS 1-877-226-7652 RULES Pets are not allowed in any buildings, including cabins and lodges. Reservations made 10 to 11 months in advance must be paid in full within 30 days after the reservation is made or it will be cancelled. For all other reservations, please be prepared to pay the balance of your facility rental fee upon your arrival at the park. No out of state checks will be accepted as payment. Reservations for overnight facilities are held until check-out time the day after your scheduled arrival. Early departures will be treated as cancellations. Pavilions and meeting rooms are accessible during operating hours. Golden Age/Golden Access Passport holders must present a valid card at check-in. Persons who rent park facilities can be held responsible for any damage done to those facilities. All park buildings are smoke free environments including cabins and lodges. Cabins and Lodges are supplied with limited basic kitchen utensils, pots, coffee pot, bed linens, pillows and a limited number of towels. Please bring your own towels, soap products, etc. Group Camps are furnished with pots, basic kitchen utensils and bunk-beds. Please bring your own pillows, bed linens, towels, soap products, etc. A maximum stay of 14 consecutive days is allowed in the park. Reservations must be made at least 1 days in advance.
Contact: State Government
Posted by: TrailAPI on January 11, 2013
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    Campground Activities

    Hiking, swimming, fishing, sail boating, waterskiing, camping, picnicking and water playground activities.

    Campground Amenities

    Amenities include electrical hookups, pets OK, sewer hookups, water hookups, boat ramp, picnic areas and more.

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    Reviews of Fontainebleau State Park



    Reviewed by Gia Scott on May 7, 2014

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    The state park itself is gorgeous for a day visit, however, the campground is practically a parking lot with very close and small sites. We vastly preferred the quieter camping at Fairview-Riverside and driving to Fontainebleau for daytime activities.
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    Reviewed by James Senter on May 7, 2011

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    Fontainebleau State Park is a BEAUTIFUL park! The first person I talked to when entering the park was the park ranger. He warned me to watch out for the wildlife. He said there is a pet deer that will walk in front of your car so watch out. The trails are WELL kept! While on the trail I did see 3 beautiful deer! When I was hiking back to the trail-head I seen them again in the same spot! Out of all the Louisiana State Parks this one is my fav! The beach is beautiful. The park workers are very friendly and helpful. One thing that did impress me is how often to park ranger would drive by to make sure everything was ok! If you wanna fish, hike, see wildlife and play on the beach...This park is for you!
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