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Overview of D'Arbonne Pointe

Number of Sites 35

Pad Type gravel

Reservations yes

Elevation 65 ft / 19 m

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Verizon 4G
Confirmed by 1 User
Last reported 3/23/2019
218 reviews
“Fisherman's Fantasy”

Reviewed 3/23/2019

Nightly rate: $35
Days stayed: 1
Site Number: 24
RV Length: 34' (Fifth Wheel)
Overall Rating

If you enjoy fishing, being around fishing or the banter of Southern fishermen - this is your place.

This FHU (30/50A, water, sewer) RV park sticks with its fisherman theme - all the way down to the sardine can spacing. There is a pool (outdoor) and a concrete boatramp with access to the lake. The park is surrounded by water, lending to lovely sunrises and moonrises.

There are plenty of big rigs here - all the way up to a 45'er. No long term residents that we noted.

The spacing of this park is the main detractor. Did I mention sardine can? Amplify that with large rigs, where most rig owners also have a 15-30 foot boat that they want to store in the evening. It gets tight. And the dirt road/gravel lots due lend to dustiness throughout the day.

The sites aren't overly level - but aren't ridiculously un-level either. They are gravel and slim, but most of them are manageable. There are a few that we wouldn't try with our 40'er - Lots 2 through 14 on the water side would have been a 'no go' for us, but could fit something around 35' or less - or a very daring 40'er. Lots 16 through 24 on the water side are all large enough for big rigs - but if you're towing a large fifth wheel you'll need to unhook your truck to not block traffic.

It's not overly noisy here, but you can hear the main road. And, if your neighbors get rowdy, you'll hear that too. There is a crawdad restaurant across the inlet that we could hear for a bit into the evening - and it looked tasty.

The pool is rather charming - small, but very clean and cute. The cabins are also really cute - and face the water - a really beautiful view. There is also a dock/deck that runs along almost the entirety of the water ringing the RV park. It's really neat, and you could drag chairs down there and fish or just enjoy watching others fish.

The main detractor of the park is just the very tight spacing - very slim, gravel lots and crowding due to fishing boat parking. No picnic tables or fire rings - and not much space for setting out chairs. At $35/night (or $30 for interior spaces), the main draw of staying here would need to be that you're looking to fish and use their boat launch - not camp, or even sit outside and enjoy the water from your lot.

The owners, were difficult to reach initially - we didn't make reservation, and when we arrived we had to 'guess' which site might be open for the night and just parked there and left them a message, which they returned the next morning. The swung by the park to pick up our payment a chatted with us a bit. They're looking to sell the park if anyone is interested ;)

Give this park a good paving over, and create a space/make people use the space to store boats/overflow parking and it'd be a destination of sorts.

Site Quality
Verizon 4G

Liz & Jake would stay here again

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Liz & Jake
Liz & Jake
34' Grand Design Solitude 310GK
Ford F-350
218 reviews
Farmerville, LA – The Adventures of Liz & Jake

We left Jackson, MS without much idea of our next stop. But, when we happened upon an RV park in Farmerville, LA that looked like it sat directly on an expanse of water, we decided to drive on up there...

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  • 50 Amp
  • 30 Amp
  • water
  • sewer
  • Full Hookups
  • boat ramp
  • fishing
  • swimming pool: outdoor
  • cabins
  • laundry
  • restrooms: flush
  • swimming pool: outdoor
  • trash
  • pets


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