Campers in Louisiana will soon have yet another fabulous RV resort to enjoy later this summer as Tiger's Trail RV Resort in Baton Rouge is opening in just a few months.

Tiger's Trail is being deemed as "Baton Rouge's only luxury RV resort" and the owners are aiming at a soft opening date of August 1, 2023.

The new RV resort will be located at 15001 River Road, which is within walking distance of L'Auberge Casino Hotel in Baton Rouge.

Below are some of the amenities that this gated resort will offer:

  • 220 RV sites
  • 105 back-ins
  • 115 pull throughs
  • Up to 28 cabins
  • Guard house
  • Clubhouse with camp store
  • Exercise facility
  • Lounge area
  • Restroom and showers
  • Laundry facility
  • Pickleball courts
  • Swimming pool
  • Hot tub
  • Lazy river
  • Outdoor bar
  • Fishing
  • Pond with kayak and paddle board rentals
  • Two dog parks
  • Bathhouse
  • Golf cart rentals

Owner Tommy Ramelli said that even though it is a "luxury resort," guests can expect affordability.

"70 to 95 dollars a night for the sites. Cabins can be anywhere from $150 to as much as $200 or above, depending on the weekend of course, and depending on what cabin you choose," Ramelli said.

Camping has become more popular since COVID and more people are taking to the great outdoors.

"For Louisiana, this is a win-win. Having more campground resorts throughout the state is a great tool for tourism. Camping nationwide is a big boom ever since COVID. It's great outdoors, family-friendly places to be," said Lisa Thibodeaux, executive director of the Louisiana Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds.

If you're interested in making reservations to stay at Tiger's Trail RV Resort, you can do so here.

And to stay up-to-date on the progress of construction, follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

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