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Lake Fausse Point is a beauty of a park. We arrived in the office to a warm and friendly staff only too happy to help us. They gave us a map marked with available camp sites and sent us off to find one we liked....More
I usually do a complete spreadsheet analasis of campgrounds and come up with an overall rating between 0 and 10. I then convert that to the Tripadvisor 5 dot system. In this case I am not going to even put that much effort into evaluating...More
The campground could be great if it had more maintenance. Being in a swampy area, the bug problem needs to be addressed. I had bug spray, citronella oil, and a campfire going. Didn't have problems with the mosquitoes because of that, but my legs were...More
If you ever wanted to stay next to a real bayou, and actually see alligators off your porch, this is as realistic as you can get! For a reasonable price, the cabin we stayed in was very large, and fully furnished. (I wish we brought...More
Even if the fees were pretty hight (28$), this is amazing. The welconing was nice, they even told us they were lucky to have us visiting. The camp site was very nice and clean. The restroom were clean too. The place is awesome. We even...More
Response from Fisheagle2513 | Reviewed this property |
Gee, Cliffcash, thanks for your snarky comment. A reasonable person expects public facilities to be designed and maintained in a reasonably safe fashion. This was not the case with the ramp at Lake Fausse Point. You have... More
Gee, Cliffcash, thanks for your snarky comment. A reasonable person expects public facilities to be designed and maintained in a reasonably safe fashion. This was not the case with the ramp at Lake Fausse Point. You have a wonderfully self-reliant attitude to life but I hope you don't work on passenger airplane design (your own fault if you fall 30000 feet by accidentally stepping into that hole Cliffcash put in the cabin floor), or on any other facility used by the public.