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Farr Park Equestrian Center & RV Campground, LA

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Farr Park Equestrian Center & RV Campground is located about 6 miles south of Baton Rouge, LA, right beside the Mississippi River. Operated by East Baton Rouge Parish, the park consists of a 108-site RV campground as well as extensive equestrian facilities.

Date of visit: Feb 2016

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The RV park office is just inside the entrance to the campground area. Hours seem to be a bit sporadic, with instructions to go to the Horse Activity Center to register when the office is closed. I went to extend our stay a couple of days and found both locations closed.

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After checking in, this is the initial view of the campground. It is basically a large field with a few trees here and there. Parking is on the grass, and the dirt roads can get a bit muddy when it rains.

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We selected site C-2, located at the end of a row nearest the horse pasture and stables.

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All the sites are pretty much the same. When full it could be rather crowded, as sites are small and very close together. Hookups are in groups of four - four 30A outlets and four water connections. These are the sites in row A.

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Row B.

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Row C.

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Row D.

When not busy sites can be used as pull-throughs, but otherwise rigs would be parked back-to-back in order to use all the electric and water hookups.

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Row E.

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Row F is at the back of the campground and consists of 7 back-in sites on gravel....AKA mud when it rains!

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The bathhouse is fairly new and is one of the nicest we have encountered in a long time. It was spotless inside and provided free hot showers. The only downside is that the showers are not ADA-compliant, having raised sills across the openings.

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The RV dump station is rather unique and a bit of a problem to use with the openings several inches above ground level. And they don't have the standard-sized opening that would hold a hose fitting.

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From our RV we could see the stables and some horses out in the pasture

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On weekends the park offers trail rides, and during the week riding lessons are available.

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The campground is at the start of a 6 mile walk and bike path that ends in downtown Baton Rouge. A unique amenity is an air-station that bikers can use to top off their tires.

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Across the street from the park, the trail is along the top of the levee, with the Mississippi River right beside it.

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There is a lot of barge traffic on the river.

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The LSU campus with its Tigers Stadium is just 2 miles north of the park.


108 sites: W/E(30A) - $20

Open all year

Dump station, showers

Boarding for horses

Limited wi-fi

VZW 4G coverage

Tel: 225-769-7805

Coordinates: 30.386711 N, 91.208078 W

Elevation: 23'