This park is nice and well maintained. There are a lot of permanent residents. This is not a problem though. It is large and they have some pull through sites. Everything worked as expected. Highway 90 is very close and there is road noise, but it did not really bother us too much with the windows closed. The staff is friendly and helpful. If you have a dog, beware of the fire ant hills. There are many of them in the grassy areas.
The park is nice. We have a very large tow vehicle and we were able to navigate through the roads. We had a pull through site. It was on a grade and it took some effort to level the trailer. Most of the other sites appeared to be more level. The falls are interesting. There is a hiking trail, but we only followed it a short ways due to time constraints. The staff is very friendly. We were here only one night. The utilities worked as expected.
The campground is very nice and secure despite it's location in an industrial area along canals of Lake Ponchartrain. Everything worked as expected and the staff was friendly and helpful. The shuttle to the French Quarter was $6 per person round trip. It leaves about 10, 4 and 8. The return trips are about 4 and 8. There is a 15 min travel time each way. If you need a cab, it should cost you between $15 and $20 one way. They did not have a standard pull through site for us and we had to stay in a Superior site which was more expensive. The rate above included a 10% AARP discount, taxes, and port fee.