Lafayette KOA

537 Apollo Road, Scott, Louisiana
KOA Campground
11 reviews


Daily: $40-$49 Reported over 2 years ago
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Cable TV
  • Pool
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tents Allowed
  • Disabled Access
  • Restaurant
  • Picnic Tables
  • Restrooms
  • Laundry
  • Showers
  • Campfires
  • Dump Station
  • Playground
  • Fishing
  • Pull-Thru Sites
  • Shade Trees
  • Pet Area
  • Big Rig Access



“Long, wide, level pads!”

Stayed 1 night only.  Front desk staff was very friendly.  We asked for a site as far away from I-10 as possible.  He put us on #309 in the NEW SECTION.  Pads were super long and level.  Good distance between our neighbors.  Could still hear traffic on I-10, but the on/off access to the interstate was worth it to us.  We will definitely stay here again.
Stayed: 12/28/17 to 12/29/17

“Nice Concrete Pads”

Stayed one night, everything was clean, neat & tidy.

“We Always Like This Place”

We have been camping here for several years.  I agree with some that it could be updated a little bit but that never has bothered us.  We like the big well-trimmed oak trees that give shade. Most of the other RV parks around are just barren parking lots.  This is a great location and close to some good places to eat. The staff is friendly and the facilities - pools, putt putt, boats, pond - are adequate for what we need.  We appreciate it not being known as a party park for the locals. Most of those become unruly and noisy on weekends.  We have tried several other places. It keep coming back to Scott KOA.

“Fine for an overnight ”

We stayed overnight on way to FL and back home to TX in 2016 at Christmas/New Years time. It was fine. Staff very friendly. We will do the same this year. 

“Great stay”

Well kept grounds, concrete pads, friendly and helpful staff, and all round enjoyable. The only downside is the highway traffic and train at night. Dog pen is small but clean.
Stayed: 12/20/16 to 12/21/16

“Great Overnight Stop Location”

We live by the 330 more than 330 miles and off the road by 3:30pm.  This fit our schedule.  It is right off the interstate, but the noise did not bug us.  In fact, the only annoying part were the acorns falling on top of the RV.  Nice little dog park.  Easy to pull in and out.  

“Nice KOA”

Friendly staff, very clean facilities, paved roads and level concrete pads under large, trimmed high Live Oak trees. Shade was most welcomed. Able to wash unit if want too. It is close to I-10, but easy on, easy off and noise not that bad. Really enjoyed sitting outside in the shade with a view of their large lake. Would definitely stay here again. 👍

“Again, it's a KOA”

Stayed on our way to Florida.  A nice park, but a little pricey.  They're excuse was that they had things for the kiddies.  No kiddies at this time of the year.  A little cheaper would of been nicer.

“Old, but Ok”

The park was a little run down, but it's not bad. It's a little noisy from interstate traffic, but the A/C drowns it out. Spots are tight. Cable was good, wifi not bad when it's not crowded. Overall, kids had a decent time, just a little pricy for what you get. We stayed in a 33' travel trailer. 
Stayed: 11/01/14 to 11/08/14

This the noisest KOA I have ever stayed at. Right next to I-10. I've stayed at highway rest stops quieter than this place. Lot of traffic inside the park, back section full of long term units, constantly coming and going. Never going back....

This place needs fixing. It's a hokey place. They have all kinds of site but for a 40 ft rig we put on a small and tight space. Dump not working good. You have to have two people to be able to dump. Will not stay here again.

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