Lots of liveaboards in this RV park, but they are mostly in the "back 40." Sites are packed sand and gravel, but level. Piggly-Wiggly close. No security (open entrance/exit). People at the desk were pleasant, but disinterested. Warning: Wi-Fi is Tengo. You only get one day free and then they try and soak you. We have stayed here for a few days each winter for the last seven years.
Your basic KOA. Just off I-75 and close to several dead service stations and a deceased truck stop; thus it is quieter than in the past. Friendly people. Sites are gravel and when it rains they are spongy. Wi-fi was slow.
Very nice resort park. We stayed for a week. Staff are friendly and helpful. Easy access. Best wi-fi connectivity we have had in the last 20 stays at RV parks. Only downside is that if you don't like to sit around, or fish, there isn't much to do nearby.
Previous guest comment about ants still applies: might be best to keep your hook-ups off the ground. Staff a bit "ditzy": they don't answer email and they messed up our check-in. Found another RV in our spot, and we had to piddle around for 20 minutes until they gave us another spot. It is a big park, with lots of long-term campers and "live-aboards". One public toilet and a couple of showers for our end of the park. Very good wi-fi. Overall, we would probably return.
A basic RV park, formerly a KOA. Not pretty but okay and only a mile off the I-10. Reasonably good internet speed and a new washroom. Make sure they don't give you a spot in the "back 40", where the permanents are located, as it is a little rough there. Had a problem with the breaker on our electrical panel at our spot when we checked in, but they fixed it promptly. No cable TV, but 20+ channels over the antenna.
Friendly people at check-in, but very hard to figure out the access route to the park. They need better signage on the highway. Once in, the layout is pleasant and shady. Mainly live aboards (long-term) in the park. Some sites could be unusable after a heavy rain. Would stay here again, but not during the rainy season.
Basically, this is just a big gravel parking lot in an out-of-the-way industrial area. Sites are close together, with no shade. Security appears non-existent, although they do have punch-code operated gates. Most of the time at check-in is spent taking you through the many rules, and then promoting their other businesses. They do have a shuttle available to French Quarter ($5), but little else going for them. Wi-fi is the worst (slowest) we have encountered in the last thirty nights of traveling in our RV. Faster to mail a letter and wait for a reply. Would not stay here again - there are better options available in the New Orleans area.
This RV park was apparently destroyed in 2008 by Hurricane Ike, and has been completely re-built. Nice level spots, but no shade, and little privacy from your neighbors. Great location - you can be walking on the beach in three minutes. Wi-Fi speed was very slow and cable TV selection poor. They advertise security but, in the two nights we stayed there, the sliding gates were left open. Still, a nice park and close to the city center and ocean.
A bit hard to get to - must go over a very "up and down" bridge. Nice location, near city park and marina, but fairly basic facilities. Decent Wi-Fi speed and good range of cable TV channels. Park was only one-third full when we arrived - all live a boards (i.e., long-term stays). Big rigs would be a bit cramped and pull throughs too short to leave tow vehicle attached. Felt it was a bit pricey at $40; $30 would have been a more reasonable price (they only charge $200 a week).