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Lake Claiborne State Park, Homer

(4.5/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • I visited this park because I was in the area already. It's November so it was chilly with the 15mph breeze from the lake. But it was otherwise very nice. Gate fee is $2.00 fyi. 
  • Us four women stayed in cabin 9 for 6 days it was very nice clean and relaxing would love to go back they had a place to do your laundry and the machines were free! The only thing we didn't like was t...  more »
  • This park is well kept and a very popular hangout for the locals! Nice for camping, fishing, trails, and swimming and water sports! Check it out! 
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  • We love this state park. The camp sites' proximity to the lake offer great views from your own tent. The facilities are clean and well managed. With a disc golf course, swimming area, hiking trails and educational programs, there is plenty to do. The lake, which is relatively clear for Louisiana, has great fishing, a small island to explore, skiing areas and a small area of waist deep water where boats can congregate. Plus, there's an on-water restaurant, and a few marinas.
  • It's a nice state park with very good facilities, nice lake, boat rentals, beach, etc. We were there for tent camping. We booked on reserve america. But once we arrive, we found that the site is not tent friendly! It's more of a RV park. We went to the office and the staff told us that it sucks when they do not put those information online (in reserve america, it even lists it as tent site). Anyway, the staff nicely arrange us to a site with some flat land to pitch a tent (no. 38 and 40). It works out well. I recommend anyone wanting to do tent camping book lake side site. Apparently, lake side site has much more grass and flat land. Despite the tent problem, it is overall a very good experience. They even have free washing and drying machine, electric and water on site, and even WIFI!!!! We will go back/.
  • Stayed 2 nights and loved it!!! Everything was awesome. Nice large lot with fire pit and picnic table. Bath house was VERY clean and beautiful!! Showers were nice size and had great pressure, nice heads and a place for your soaps.. (Hot water runs out kinda quick though) Laundry was FREE which was awesome especially with 5 kids. Machines need a good cleaning but washed and dried good. Nice clean sandy beach area and fishing piers. Staff was all very nice and helpful. Great WI-Fi service but NO cell service at all (but that was kinda nice though) Overall GREAT stay. Will defiantly be returning..
  • This is an extremely nice campground with lots of sites on the lake. It's very quiet and has both a ranger and host that keep the grounds and bathrooms very clean. I would also recommend the cabins if you are looking for a getaway but don't have a tent or camper.
  • We enjoyed our one night here in our camper. We stayed in site 76. Campground was very well maintained, there were great showers, and laundry was free, which was a nice perk to find. Our spot had a nice lake view and the camp host was friendly. The setting is peaceful for sure.