May 7, 2023
Frog City has mostly pull throughs sites. Along the south and west edges of the park, they have back in sites that are normally given to RVers that stay monthly. The back in sites have more separation between sites. They will provide a pull through for a longer stays, if you have a large rig.
The roads are paved and all one way. We have not noticed any potholes in the narrow roads. The sites are gravel. Our site was level and just walking around looking at sites, they seem to be level. This is a flat park overall.
The pedestals are fairly new and have a light on top of them. The park has lights and is well lit at night.
The sites have picnics tables. The back in sites also have fire rings.
The park has bathrooms, laundry, and a small swimming pool.
They have two dog areas, one is fenced in and the other is a grassy spot.
Next to the dog park is a picnic pavilion. This is the pavilion where the crawfish boil was held.
There is a fire pit behind the pavilion that campers are allowed to use.
People are pretty good about cleaning up after their dogs in this park.
The park has breakfast on Saturday and Sunday, from 7:00 am to 10:00 am. They provide cooked sausage. You can cook eggs, pancakes, and waffles. They also have bagels and cream cheese. Orange juice is in the fridge and coffee is in a large pump thermos.
Breakfast gives you a chance to meet and chat with other RVers while you sit and eat.
Nox has discovered burrs in this park. They are the softer burrs that get tangled in her fur.
This park is just off of I-10, so it does get a lot of one night stops as people are traveling to other places. In a less insulated rig, you will hear freeway noise.
There are two truck stops with casinos right near the RV park. We do sometimes get gasoline or diesel smells from them. Train tracks are about a mile away, so you don’t get the trains shaking the RVs, but you do hear the whistle.
On the other side of the interstate, there are a couple of Cajun restaurants.
The park manager is very friendly and helpful. He takes pride in how the park looks. They do a great job of keeping it clean and looking nice. For example, he just bought a load of gravel and he was repairing some of the sites with the gravel.
4 thoughts on “Review of Frog City RV Park in Duson, LA”
Sounds like a quality park. Enjoy!
It has been a nice stop for us.
Hi Julia, I have a question. Is the breakfast free or do they charge a fee and if they do, how much was their breakfast? And did you make your own eggs? Was this continental style like in hotels?
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The breakfast is free. You have to cook your own eggs. They have an electric griddle so you can cook eggs and pancakes. It was continental style like in hotels. Everything is ready for you to select or cook. The sausage was already cooked. Last Sunday, they even had biscuits and sausage gravy.