Welcome Packet

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Welcome to Little Caillou Packing Camp, our family camp in Cocodrie!

We hope you enjoy your stay. Take a moment when you arrive to check it all out and if you have questions, just ask. Glad to help. We hope you’ll also visit our Uncle’s store next door, say hi and let them know you’re staying with us! It’s a cool spot to visit and if you forgot anything, chances are they have it. For emergencies or questions, you can call Tony’s cell at (985) 226-2735 or Tory’s cell at (980) 329-1801.

Located downstairs, at the entrance of the stairs to go up into the camp there is a standup cubical, in there is a lockbox with the camp key. We will email you the code for opening the lock box. Once the camp is opened there is a key on a lanyard on the key rack next to the entrance door. Return the key to the lockbox, and the code will have to be entered once again to place the key in the lockbox.  Returning the key to the lockbox, provides a spare key, if you happen to get locked out.

Please make sure that all members of your group are advised of the following information:

  • Check-In and Check-Out

Check-in time is 3:00 p.m. or later

Check-out time is 11:00 a.m. or earlier

Please vacate your property no later than 11 a.m. so that we can have it ready for our next guests.

  • Occupancy Policy

Our camp has a maximum occupancy of eight adults. This is the maximum number of people that may sleep in the house overnight. Older children and teens are counted in this number. Infants and toddlers do not have to be included in this number. You can have a reasonable number of guests visiting the property during the day, however, we do not allow large groups of extra guests and large “yard party” situations. If the police are dispatched to the house due to large groups of people or because of loud and disruptive behavior, we reserve the right to deny occupancy to all members of your group with no refund.

  • Activities Not Allowed

No drinking by minors on property

No illegal drugs on property

No activity that would disturb neighbors including rowdy behavior, public

Nudity, loud, drunken or other obnoxious behavior

No loud music after 10 p.m. We hope you’ll enjoy the peaceful sounds of the bayou.

  • Good Neighbor Policy

Please be considerate of neighbors. The cement area in front and adjacent to the camp provide adequate parking and are included in the rental of the property. Do not park on any gravel areas as this may block access to boat slips and other neighbors. You have access to items to use with the Camp both downstairs and upstairs, so please do not use items from outside the perimeter of the camp.   The adjacent boat slips, and houseboats are yearly rentals and may have tables chairs, crab traps, fishing gear, etc. which are their property, not ours to use. Please be considerate. For safety and sanitation, do not empty charcoal or dump grease or boil water on lawns.

  • Maintenance Policy

We try our best to maintain our camp and keep everything in proper working condition, however, we are sometimes unaware that something needs attention. If you find that something is broken or needs attention, please notify us. If possible, it will be corrected during your stay so that you will not be inconvenienced. Also, if something accidentally gets broken, please let us know so that we can work to replace or repair during your visit or at least prior to the arrival of the next guest.

  • Upstairs Usage

Our family uses the camp often and have stored personal items in some upstairs cabinets and closets as well as storage areas downstairs and will usually be locked. If you see something that has a lock on it, please respect our privacy and do not attempt to open it. Please do not dismantle beds and move them to other rooms or move sofas, tables or other furniture during your stay. We no longer allow ice chests upstairs, so please don’t haul one up those stairs!  We have a full-sized refrigerator for your use upstairs as well as second one downstairs for your convenience. Do not put your fresh caught fish in the refrigerator’s freezer upstairs – please use the freezer downstairs for this purpose. Towels are provided for bathing and are not to be taken to the beach or used to wash boats, vehicles, etc.  Linens, blankets, pillows, mattresses and comforters are not to be taken to the beach or used outside.

  • Wi-Fi and High Def TV & Bluetooth Stereo

We hope your stay will be so much fun outdoors that you won’t need this – but if you must, you’ll see the Wi-Fi login info on an info sheet upstairs. The Living Room TV has the following services available – use the remote’s input source to access TV for HD antenna, HDMI-1 for Xbox, HDMI-2 for Google Chromecast. The Little Caillou bedroom TV, has HD antenna (TV source) and HDMI-1 is Google Chromecast. The Grand Caillou bedroom has a Roku TV and has an input source of HD antenna. The stereo downstairs is Bluetooth enabled – please connect to TD301-RY to enjoy your tunes downstairs and line in is audio for the 50” flat screen in the down stairs cabinet. This tv has only HD antenna.

  • Air Conditioning

During extremely hot weather, please do not set the thermostats below 68 degrees on central air conditioning unit. Doing so may cause the units to freeze up and not cool properly. On the Air Conditioner keypad, press “SCHED” to automatically run our schedule for heating and cooling then press “HOLD” to permanent hold for your stay. Remember upon departure press schedule to automatically set the temperatures for departure. Remember to turn off lights and lock all windows and doors. If you decide to open the windows and doors to the screened balcony during your stay to enjoy the weather, please turn off the AC.

  • Sanitation

Our camp uses a waste treatment tank. Do not dispose of feminine products, baby wipes, paper towels or any other items in the toilet. Soiled toilet tissue is the only thing that should be flushed. Other items create problems that may cause toilets to backup. Please dispose of other items in trash cans.

  • Downstairs Usage

Outdoor areas must be cleaned and returned to proper order prior to departure. This is not included in your cleaning fee.

Fish cleaning areas are provided for your convenience and enjoyment. Please rinse all fish cleaning counters, concrete, etc. with fresh water after cleaning fish.

Turn off propane tanks when finished boiling, wash boil pots and pick up any trash, food, shrimp shells, etc. Rinse tables, counters and concrete with fresh water.

If barbecue pits, boil pots, burners, or outdoor tables and furniture have been moved, please return them to the areas where you found them.

  • Garbage Collection

Pick up days are Wednesday and Saturday. All garbage must be bagged, tied and placed in the roadside garbage bins located at the entrance driveway next to the street, also please bag all garbage and trash.

  • Cleaning

The cleaning fee covers general interior cleaning of the property after departure. Prior to departure, please wash and put away dirty dishes and remove food from refrigerator and freezer. Garbage should be bagged, tied and placed in the roadside garbage bins located at the street driveway to the camp. There is no need to do laundry or other normal general cleaning in the interior. No need to strip the beds and used towels go in the Laundry bin.

  • Pets

There are senior family pets roaming at the store next door that you may catch a glimpse of, but due to allergies, we have a no pets allowed at our camp. This includes porches, screened areas and outdoor areas so please don’t encourage the sweeties next door to come over. Also, if you bring a pet, you will be asked to leave with no refund. We ask that you respect this rule as allergies are serious.


  • Tobacco and Vaping

No tobacco or Vaping is allowed inside any of our properties and that includes the upstairs Balcony. If you must use tobacco products, do so downstairs only and please use an appropriate receptacle for cigarette butts and if you dip, dispose of it in the trash. An additional fee will be charged for picking up cigarette butts and dip containers. If tobacco or vaping occurs upstairs, your damage deposit will be forfeited.

  • Departure Checklist

Wash and put away dirty dishes, pots, etc.

Remove and dispose of trash and food in refrigerator, freezer and cupboards

Bag and tie garbage and place in roadside bins located on the driveway next to the street.

Return tables, chairs, barbecue pits, boil pots to the areas where you found them.

Empty and wash boiling pots

Rinse outside fish cleaning and boil areas with fresh water if used

Turn off all lights, and coffee pot

Set central air condition unit to Schedule

Lock doors and windows

Leave keys hanging on the key rack, by the entrance door.

  • Damage and Theft

The camp is enjoyed by our family year-round when not rented and we ask that all items as well as the property are respected.  Our guests have full use of our kitchen equipment, laundry, and downstairs cooking equipment. If guests are not familiar with using any of the equipment, please either refrain from using or call or contact us for help. Any damage to property or missing items will be deducted from your damage deposit. We understand that accidents happen, and we ask that you report any damage immediately so that we can arrange for repairs or replacement as soon as possible.




Thank you for staying with us!

Please let us know if there is anything we can do to make your stay more enjoyable.

Have a great time!

The Lapeyrouse Family


Tony’s mobile 985 226 2735

Tory’s mobile (980) 329-1801.