New Orleans East Kampground Slidell - New Orleans Louisiana

RV Parks in Louisiana & Louisiana RV Park Reservations -

RV Park Information:


RV Park: New Orleans East Kampground
Location: 56009 Highway 433
Slidell - New Orleans, Louisiana 70461
RV Parks in Slidell - New Orleans Louisiana

RV Park Details
Welcome to New Orleans East Kampground, in Slidell - New Orleans Louisiana. This beautiful well manicured RV Park offers all of the amenities and comforts of home. Visit them soon and relax. Find Louisiana RV Parks near Slidell - New Orleans Louisiana 70461. You'll be sure to create memories the whole family can enjoy for generations. Amenities *Bath House *Pets Welcome/Dog Run *Mega Chess and Checkers *Pull thru Sites *Laundry Facilities *Free Mini Golf *On-Site Store *Free Wi-Fi *Propane *Car Rental Available *Swimming Pool *Playground Directions: Located less than one mile east of I-10 exit 262 New Orleans Attractions The National World War II Museum is a national treasure. Dedicated in 2000 as The National D-Day Museum and now designated by Congress as the country's official World War II Museum, this remarkable attraction illuminates the American experience during the WWII era with moving personal stories, historic artifacts and powerful interactive displays. From the Normandy invasion to the sands of Pacific Islands and the Home Front, the Museum brings to life the teamwork, optimism, courage and sacrifice of the men and women who won the war and changed the world. Phone: 504-527-6012 Website: Historic New Orleans Telling the stories of our region, Museum and Research Center. Excellent and Free. A must-see. Open Tuesday-Saturday. Tours at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Phone: 504-598-7171 Website: Louisiana Children’s Museum Find something new and fun to do each time you visit the Louisiana Children’s Museum. Explore and experience 30,000 square feet of hands-on fun, engaging exhibits and exciting programs - all designed with curious kids (and grown-ups) in mind. Pilot a towboat down the Mighty Mississippi. Shop until you drop in a pint-size grocery store. Dine in a five-star, role-play café. Ride a bike with Mr. Bones. Lift 500 pounds. Hoist yourself up a wall. Trap your shadow. Anchor the evening news. Stand inside a gigantic bubble. Create a masterful work of art and much more! Even little ones have a special space to climb, crawl, hide and explore. Phone: 504-586-0725 Website: Ride the Streetcars (Trolleys) One pleasant and inexpensive activity is a ride on the world famous New Orleans Streetcars. Introduced in the 19th century as a means of public transportation, the streetcars, although much improved, still serve the same purpose. They are used by residents every day, and have become quite an attraction for visitors to the city. The St. Charles Avenue Streetcars route begins at the intersection of Carrolton and Claiborne Avenues. They travel from that point, river bound along Carrolton, then turn onto St. Charles Avenue, proceeding to Lee Circle. From Lee Circle the route is along Carondelet St. to Canal Street, then back down St. Charles, again past Lee Circle, and back to the starting point. Since it is public transportation, one may board or depart at any stop, approximately every two blocks. The fare is about $1.50. Aquarium of the Americas This is a world-class aquarium with state-of-the-art exhibits, allowing visitors young and old to experience underwater nature first hand. Visitors immerse themselves in the major marine and submarine habitats of North and South America, including the Caribbean Sea and the Amazon Rainforest. The aquarium also features thousands of fish, reptiles and birds native to these habitats. The newest addition is the Pacific Coast Adventure, which brings the cold Pacific Northwest to the deep South. Phone: 800 774 7394 Website: Audubon Zoo From the critter-filled swamps of Louisiana to the grasslands of Africa, you can explore some of the Earth's most intriguing habitats and the creatures that dwell within them at this world-class zoo. Rated one of the top zoos in the United States, it features two rare white tigers, as well as two komodo dragons. One of the newest exhibits, Jaguar Jungle, focuses on the people and animals of Central America, including the mysterious Mayan culture. Phone: 504-581-4629 Website: Cajun Encounters Tours The Rebirth Tour is one of the most favorite and well rounded tours that New Orleans has to offer This tour covers areas in New Orleans, French Quarter, French Market, Local Jazz clubs along the Quarter, Ninth Ward, Musicians Village, Global green, Dream Center, Garden District, Louisiana Superdome. City/Cemetery Tour Is a spectacular city tour through New Orleans, French Quarter, City of the Dead, City Park, Garden District, St. Charles Ave., Ware House District, Art District. Plantation Tour Oak Alley Plantation faces the Mississippi River, this plantation was built in 1839 on Old River Road. It is framed by a spectacular quarter mile tunnel of 28 Oak Trees over 250 years old. Tours can be taken in combinations and split up into different Days. Honey Island Swamp Tours Our small boats give you an up close & safe experience with nature. Our boats seat 20 and is quiet so you can approach elusive wildlife. This tour is 2hrs long by an experienced Guide. This tour is rated #1 by the Locals. Phone: 504-834-1770 Website: Gray Line Tours The French Quarter, Garden District, above ground cemeteries, swamps and bayous and plantations are as beautiful and mysterious as ever. Sites and experiences that have made New Orleans an international travel destination for generations still abound. Gray Line has a variety of tours to these areas on a daily basis. The Crescent City is home to the world’s greatest music, most sumptuous cuisine, and unique architecture. Let Gray Line show you New Orleans. Phone: 504-569-1401 or reservations made through New Orleans East Kampground Website: New Orleans Events St. Tammany Parish Attractions Honey Island Swamp Tour Take a journey into the swamplands of Louisiana. Picture the moss hanging on gnarled cypress trees as you travel into one of the wildest and most pristine river swamps in America. With the swamp tales of pirates and sightings of Big Foot in the back of your mind, you may be just a little bit nervous at first, but after your first boat ride you'll want to go back again and again! You'll be overcome by the primitive beauty of the cypress trees rising from the water...the sweet smell of wild azaleas in the air. Honey Island swamp is unique because it's one of the least-altered river swamps in the country. It's pretty much in its original condition, almost a pristine wilderness. Those touring Honey Island can easily see why Louisiana is known as Fisherman's Paradise. Phone: 504-242-5877 Website:
© Go RV Park All Rights Reserved site map

Home RV Parks Advertising RVs For Sale Clubs Contact Us

Louisiana RV Parks - New Orleans East Kampground in Slidell - New Orleans Louisiana

legal - privacy