This is an excellent state park. Fishing is always good. (North Side) Campground hosts are always helpful. Each site is well shaded with pits. During heavy rains there are some site that get flooded, park officals will let you changed site if possible. The playground is nice but on sand. Pool is on opposite side of campsite if your on north side, but the north side is leveled & paved. South side camping are very narrow & on steep paved sites. We never stay on south side for this reason. The park usually has some kind of educational activity going on. Off I49, exit 46. Dont forget anything Ville Platte is about 10 miles away.
Very nice & Quiet campground. Employees are very helpful in escorting you & parking your rv. The campground is very clean. Only concern was the owner went site to site asking everyone to use their air conditioners only at night due to high electricity bill. This was unbelievable, especially when paying 24.94 a night.
The waterpark for the kids is really nice. Rv spots are very narrow, mosquitos are horrible. A state park patrolman, made my 3 yr old son cry, because he told us he couldn't ride his powerwheel. We stay often at LA state parks, and this is the first time we were told that our son couldn't ride his powerwheel. This will be our last stay at Lake Fausse Point