3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Sleeps 9
Joey or Sandra Sevin
- English, French
What makes this House unique
Beautiful wharf (with hammock, picnic table, and swing) is situated right over the water. Paw Joe's Crab Shack is a covered area where you can boil seafood or barbecue. Fish can be caught right off of the wharf. Sunrises and sunsets are beautiful!
100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date.
Paw Joes Cabo in Coco
This property is absolutely amazing. The hospitality was top notch. We will definitely be staying again in the future. Paw Joe and Mrs. Sandra were excellent hosts and the camp provided everything we needed.
The perfect get-a-way spot.
Arriving at the camp everything is clean and in order. Once the bedrooms was picked and trucks unloaded it was time for some much needed relaxation on the huge covered dock. We sat out there (napped) most of our stay. It's such a great feature of this camp. Even with the daytime temps very hot all you need is a little breeze and it's very enjoyable. We did some fishing at the island with my boat and was able to clean the fish rite on the dock. All in all we love staying at Paw Joe's and it'll be a yearly rental for us.
Perfect cocodrie stay
The accommodation was a perfect experience for all that cocodrie has to offer.
We had a clean camp and and a beautiful location on the bayou and view of the sunset over the marsh.
Great Peaceful Retreat
Joey thought of everything a person (or group) needs for a getaway to South Louisiana’s quaint fishing community. He made sure we were familiar with the property and accessories.
By far the best experience I have had through VRBO. Property was better than we were expecting, owner was beyond helpful and we had an absolutely wonderful stay. Caught plenty drum off of the dock and plenty crabs using the traps. We will definitely be back.
Very nice..accimadations were great
The address is 6931 Driftwood Drive, Chauvin, LA.
The camp is about .4 miles south of the Robinson Canal Bridge.
It is about 6 miles north of the end of the road in Cocodrie.