I arrived at this park after hours and, using Mapquest, pulled up to an empty lot in front of an abandoned building complete with stray dogs running in the moonlight. Welcome to the French Quarter. The RV campsites are through the lot and behind the dilapidated building. The rates are very high, much more so on special event nights, but this doesn't bother me as much when I can tell that the park owner spent good money on high quality facilities, fixtures and professional employees. The sites in the back end of the park are right under the freeway. Overall this small park was immaculate. Pricey, but, (to me), worth the thrill of camping in the French Quarter.
Extremely helpful and friendly staff during evening check-in. Stepped into mud in between sites, but others I noticed had grass. Just bad luck, but be forewarned. Also, someone played music about two hours past 10:00 posted quiet time without staff intervention. Still, very nice, and virtually a neighbor of Seaworld. Very close to shopping center with helpful handout noting locations of stores on check in. Night guard recommended a pressure regulator for water hookup.
We stayed here overnight. The showers and bathrooms were utilitarian, but clean. I agree with former post berating sewer hookups being next to picnic tables. It is on the outskirts of Oklahoma City. There is very casual, but friendly, staff. There is a gig dip (drainage?), that is hard to notice on way out that resulted in a few catcalls from the family on board. I thought I'd warn you.