Overall, this campground was ok. It was kind of pretty with lots of Oleander and a few palm trees. The sites are grassy and level, but pretty narrow. Some sites have picnic tables, most do not. In the center of the campground is a pretty nice children's play area, however I did see quite a few fire ant beds there, and more than a few around the grounds. A launch/swimming area made the bayou very easy to access with our kayaks and that was the best part of the trip. It was a great area for our family to paddle. There was some boat traffic, but certainly not excessive. Bathroom were generally clean, but in need of maintenance: peeling paint, old sagging ceiling tiles, broken clothing hooks in the shower dressing areas. We didn't use the laundry facility, but it appeared to be clean and in good repair. The one thing that was very annoying came from across the street rather than the campground itself: a sushi restaurant that played loud music in the evenings way past midnight. There were no cable TV hook-ups, and WiFi was intermittent and painfully slow.
This is a very pretty facility with concrete slabs and grassy "yard" areas. It is situated on a salt water bayou with a boat launch nearby, but not on the property. We brought kayaks, but it's a 4 foot+ drop from the bulkhead to the water and only a couple ladders in the park to access them. The pool was closed on 2 of the 4 days and what was promised to be "great" Internet has been exceptionally slow when it worked at all. No cable, but with a very good digital antenna, you should be able to pick up the major networks. There are one ladies' restroom/shower and two men's showers and they were clean. Most sites have nice views. Pet friendly park, but no pickup stations available. Quiet, not a bad place to stay, but a lot of room for improvement here.