The long-awaited Tiger's Trail RV Resort, Baton Rouge's only luxury RV resort, is now officially open.

A grand opening event was held on Thursday.

The property is located in the 15000 block of River Road and it is connected by paths and trails to L'Auberge Casino and Hotel, which is just across the road.

"I want a place that folks can be comfortable, be safe... have the amenities to keep them comfortable here," co-owner Tommy Ramelli said. "But, I want them to go to Baton Rouge, I want them to see what Baton Rouge is all about."

Tiger's Trail RV Resort, Facebook
Tiger's Trail RV Resort, Facebook


The property features RV sites and cottages.

The spacious RV sites include 105 back-ins and 115 pull-throughs, totaling 220 RV sites, concrete pads, 30/50 Amp, full hookups, and WiFi.

Luxury sites offer premium locations, additional space between sites, vehicle and golf cart parking, upgraded patios and patio furniture, and a fire ring.

Standard RV sites include vehicle and golf parking, picnic tables, and a fire ring.

There are also 10 cottage rentals with options for waterfront, lofts, and no lofts.

Resort Amenities

Below are some of the key features of the Tiger's Trail RV Resort

  • Gated Entry
  • Clubhouse (coming soon) with camp store
  • Fitness room
  • Lounge area
  • Restrooms and showers
  • Laundry facility
  • Pickleball courts
  • Resort-style swimming pool
  • Hot tub
  • Lazy river
  • Outdoor bar (coming soon)
  • Pond for catch-and-release fishing
  • Golf cart rentals
  • Food delivery from L'Auberge Casino
  • On-site golf cart shuttle to and from the Casino
  • Special events (e.g., tailgating for LSU football weekends)
Tiger's Trail RV Resort, Facebook
Tiger's Trail RV Resort, Facebook

For guests attending LSU home football games, shuttle service is offered through the Capitol Area Transit System (CATS) with pick up and drop off at L'Auberge Casino.

To learn more about Tiger's Trail RV Resort, including booking information, visit their website here.

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