Campground is ok for an overnight stop over. It is located right off I-10. If you don't like noise from the interstate this is not for you. Park seemed well kept. Check in easy. Cash or check, no credit cards. We are almost 65' hooked up pull through sites long enough that we did not have to unhook. Site was level. Not many in the park when we stayed but had the park been full might have been tricky or even impossible navigating as the roads and pull through sites are narrow that along with the angle of the sites does not make it big rig friendly at all. We would stay again if passing through and the park was not to full so we could navigate.
This park could be great if it were cleaned up an the owners were not so rude. The work campers are wonderful but you can feel the tension as the owners have a very funny way of making them do things. Water pressure good, easy access for big rigs shaded lots. Laundry room kept as clean as possible for an open air laundry. Four top loaders an two dryers are really old and dirty. There are four front loaders along with four dryers that are newer. Be careful with the front loaders they do not keep the rubber door boot cleaned out. We found candy, ink pens, an who knows what else stuck in the boot. These are things that go through the cycle with your clothes. We choose to do our wash in our small W/D in our rig because of this. There is NO wifi even though the web site says there is. When we asked about the wifi we were told that it is really just a hot spot and you need to sit in the laundry room or office to get it. There are four mobile homes in the front by the pool along with one in the back that are in very poor condition. The roofs on some are literally falling in. These are rented out weekly to some less then desirables who hang out at the pool drinking an cursing at their kids. There are old non functioning RV's to the back of the park some with trees growing in them. If you call to make a reservation an they refuse to give you a site number beware. Their policy is to not refuse anyone. So you don't know if you will be in the grassy field at the back that floods with no pad. Or in a rock paved lot with a pad. If you book for an extended stay you may have to play musical sites over the term of your stay. If they give you a lot number ask if you will be able to put your awning out. Several sites have trees preventing you from putting out an awning. No grass was mowed during our week an some areas of the park the grass was 10" 12" high or better an these were lots with guests there. One woman who is there for the winter purchased her own push mower to keep her lot mowed. Ants, ants, ants, spray around your lot they won't spray. Make sure to be using your surge protector! There are a lot of power surges. The owners run some sort of construction business out of the park so be prepared to hear heavy equipment coming and going. I usually don't go into such detail about a park. But wanted people to beware of what they may book into. Some travel great distances to winter in beautiful Florida, if you get here an it is not what you expected it can be difficult to find another park in the area as they book up fast. If the owners got their act together, stopped looking down their noses at guests, cleaned up their park, got the eye sores out ie; old trailers an RVs and they kept up on the place this could very well be one of the best parks in the area. It seems they have the bad McDonald's on the interstate attitude, " Quality of service don't matter because new people just keep coming".
This was the second stay in this park for an overnight stay. It is easy in an out. Concrete pull through sites. Good water pressure. Nice views, friendly staff. Will stay again when passing through. Would choose this park for an extended visit if ever needed.
We used this campground for an overnight stay. Campground is right off interstate. Easy in an out. Owners were very friendly. Campground is no frills. Pull through site we were assigned was very unlevel causing us to have to unhook. Unhooking is not a problem as we travel full time, however for overnight stays while we are traveling we request pull throughs to avoid doing so. Water pressure is very high requiring a water regulator. Did not use facilities. We would stay again if passing through an a level site is available.
We stayed in this park for four nights after being flooded out of another park. The owner was extremely nice and accommodating. There were several flood refugees who needed a place to stay. The owner went out of his way to get everyone in he could. Park is very clean, level sites with concrete pads. Easy in an out with our 38ft RV. Bathrooms and laundry room very clean. The down side is the concrete plant behind the park. It starts operating very early in the morning with a lot of equipment noise. We did not use the WiFi. We would stay again if passing through the area.
We stayed in the park to celebrate Mardi Gras an see the local sites. Short thirty minute drive to New Orleans. About four miles from the gulf beaches. This is an excellent park with excellent park owners. Nice size sites. Bathrooms an laundry room very clean. Nice clubhouse, pool, and pavilion. Owner Michelle keeps the park guests busy with planned activities both in and out of the park. The downside is no concrete pads. However, this is understandable due to being on a bayou. The park runs off well water with a yellowish tint. We did not drink the water. We did not use the WiFi. We will stay in the park again when we are in the area. $17 reflects a monthly rate.
Arrived in the early afternoon for an overnight stay while in route to Mississippi. This is a very clean park. Friendly staff. Concrete pads an roads. Easy in and out with our 38ft RV. Mostly pull-thru sites. Back-in sites back up to the small lake. Water pressure was a bit low. No shade. Grassy areas were saturated with water due to heavy rains day before we arrived. We will be planning a trip back to this park for a longer stay in the fall to see the Lake Charles area.