Camped at Tickfaw State Park (Springfield, LA) last weekend. We've tent camped there quite a few times; but, this was our first trip there with the PUP. This state park has separate Tent and RV loops. There are 30 "improved" RV campsites with water and electric (50/30/15). The driveways are asphalt, long, and level. Most of the sites are shady and have wooden decks on the door side of the camper. There is also lots of space between sites; so, you are definitely not right on top of your neighbors. There are 20 "unimproved" tent sites with water only. If you have a smallish PUP, you could probably use one of the tent sites. The driveways are kinda short; so, there's not much space for a PUP and TV. The bath house is a close walk between the two loops and is very clean. It also includes a laundry room and vending/phone room. Tickfaw State Park has a number of hiking trails, canoeing, a small wet park for the kids, playground, a fishing pond, and a nature center. The only drawback to the park from my perspective is that it is pretty spread out; so, make sure you have your walking shoes or be prepared to drive between the areas. For example, the playground and water park area is quite a ways from the camping area (but it is right near the cabins). Anyone in the area, passing through, or just wanting a quiet park for camping should check out Tickfaw State Park. Hey, you may even see us there.