A trip to the Pelican State should be matched in magic by the accommodation you choose while visiting. Luckily, Louisiana has no shortage of Airbnbs to choose from, many of which are hidden gems you won't have to think twice about booking. This secluded Louisiana river Airbnb is one of these whimsical spots and it'll blow you away with its stunning features.


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Erin is the host of a three-bedroom, 2.5-bath "river paradise" in a gorgeous forest on seven acres of land. Situated in the woodlands, this listing is hidden from the outside world and gives you an authentic and peaceful feeling of seclusion during your stay.

The home is so massive that there's an actual elevator inside, in addition to a huge living room and master suite perfect for guests who want to live large for a bit.

You'll also have access to a giant bridge and trails that guide you to the nearby river, which you can also see from the home.

Only a short trip from both New Orleans and Baton Rouge, this river paradise allows you to embrace your inner tourist or escape the city life to engulf in nature.

The rental is 2,500 square feet and can fit up to six people per stay. The price per night (excluding additional fees) is $257, which is only $42.83 per person if you bring a group of six.

 

As of right now, there's plenty of availability for the coming months, so book now if you're looking to kick off autumn the right way.

Whether you decide to make a trip out to Folsom with your boo or some friends, it's doubtful you will be disappointed in your stay.

River Paradise

Price Per Night: $257 per night

Neighborhood: Folsom, LA

Why You Need To Go: You'll feel like you're in a woodland, fairytale paradise thanks to the incredible scenery that comes with your stay here.


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