Known for its major role in WWII, Camp Beauregard’s long history of supporting the training and mobilization of U.S. military personnel dates back to the Great War.
Today, this installation serves as the primary training post for the Louisiana National Guard. Camp Beauregard also serves as a staging base for various agencies and services during times of state and federal emergencies. Located in Pineville—the heart of Louisiana—the post is approximately ¼ mile east of the U.S. Highway 165 and La. Highway 116 intersection.
Private rooms, semi-private rooms (for females), and 2-man and 4-man rooms (male-only, shared latrine) are available to military personnel. To make a reservation, call the lodging office at 318-290-5669 or email [email protected].
Louisiana Maneuvers and Military Museum
The pine forests at Camp Beauregard in Pineville became the Louisiana Maneuvers Preparation in 1940. Over the two years of operations, more than 450,000 soldiers were trained here—making it the largest training site in the country. Visit this historic piece of WWII history that includes a replica WWII barracks. Free admission, open Tuesday – Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.