Rate reflects 7 day senior rate. State park, between I-10 and Highway 98, enter off of 98 with very little traffic except rush hour. Kinda easy to miss the entrance hidden by the tall vegetation. Easy access with a big rig. Helpful gate people. Beautifully set on the bay with a view of I-10 crossing for every site. Several on the water. Fishing dock on front end of park complete with a resident alligator and a boat ramp on the back end. Good level paved sites, several pull through, many large sites, all with full hook up. Clean bath and laundry facilities centrally located. Satellite would not work for the tall trees, could get local NBC station. Decent Wi-Fi. Very quit though you do hear the traffic on I-10. Ants. Ants are a major problem. If you do not know how to deal with them, better avoid this park. This place ranks at the top of our list.
Phone number was/is wrong on here, should be 337-332-4678. Our first stay here, a week in a 42 motor home, $23 a night weekly rate. Right off I-10 with security gate. Friendly and helpful owners. Easy access for a large rig. Good level gravel sites, under large shade trees. The entire parks is beautifully landscaped and kept manicured and clean. Satellite worked well and so did the Antenna on local. Wi-Fi was fast and reliable. We did not use the showers, but they were clean and well kept. We did use the laundry which had a media room next to it with Cable TV. All was new, clean, well lighted and tastefully decorated. We will stay here again and recommend to our friends.
We stayed 2 nights in a 42 MH, with 50amp. Nineteen a night with PA. This is a nice little park, but not for big rigs. The entrance drive is very narrow coming off of a two lane road. Sites are gravel/grass, more grass than gravel and not level enough for the automatic jacks to level. There are drainage ditches which makes things even tighter. We got parked next to the only tree in the park. On our left front, no way to turn into the drive without eating the tree. Lots of open sites but we got this one?? Do these gate keepers not have any idea? Fortunately, the site across the road was open when we left, which allows us to exit on the next road. Still tight. And with rain and more anticipated we were worried we might not be able to get out.
Stayed here a week. $138. Easy on and off of I-95. First put us in a "too small spot" but moved us out front under large pines, big site, 50A, no sewer, but we can go a week without a sewer dump. Weak Wi-Fi, Good laundry, quiet, friendly, take credit cards. Lot of long term campers. Would recommend.
We stayed here a week in a 42ft motor home, Escapees Rate. It appears to be a converted mobile home park, and still has mostly mobile homes and park models. Hard to get the park on phone for reservations, had to leave message. Easy to get into from I 95, level gravel sites. Right next to a rail track, but not a problem because track not near a crossing, so no horn. Clean and friendly. Good cable, WiFi, FH.
We stayed there in a 42ft motor home. Tight for a large motor home. Drive ways are not laid out for such. Very difficult to maneuver. Gravel sites. First site was impossible to get the coach into. The second was so unlevel we had to use blocks under the jack. A great park for smaller units, but they should not take larger motor homes. Close to I-95, easy to get on and off.
We arrived Tuesday, 42ft MH. Traffic heavy at noon, but no real trouble finding it. Get Directions! Not a place to get on the wrong turn. Friendly staff, very nice, clean park. We had sewer on site, not sure all do have. WiFi, but slow. Pool cool, hot tub warm. Tours pick up from Campground. Shopping center with grocery and hardware store, just up the street. We would recommend this place to anyone touring DC.
Absolutely breath takingly beautiful park in between the mountains, with stream and lake. Tight for a larger MH but will handle 40ft. The place to go if you want to get away from it all. And I do mean all. NO phone or Internet. I mean none. We had to have phone service so we had to leave.
3 nights at $20PA, 1 at $36 Stayed 6 days in a 42' MH, easy to get to park from I75. Small sites, tight to get in and out, on a hill, sites are not level. Probably 70% full time. Trash company next door starts rolling at 1am. Trees block Sat. Installing cable but not active when we were there. Good, Wifi worked, sewer on site, good laundry facility, 50a, friendly park owner staff. Would stay here again.
Exit #213, not what GPS said. Easy to get to from this exit. Big sign when you arrive, problem is you have no indication you are supposed to make a sharp right. A simple sign or arrow would be helpful to first time guest. We spent one night on the way to DC. We would stay again. Narrow one way roads, no sewer at site, dump hard to get to. Stayed out front, but due to the angle and narrow streets had to drive around the back of the park to get in and the same to exit in the morning. 42' MH
Old park obviously not designed for 42' MH, though it says it is. Very narrow road to CG. Entry tight, impossible to get to dump station due to trees. Six days and never dumped. Laundry facilities consisted of one washer and one dryer, outside, and out of order. Obviously had not been used in a while. Camp host not exactly friendly. On beautiful lake, and many sites right on water. Good place for smaller rigs. We were there with senior pass discount.
New, large, paved, level sites, easy to get in for a large MH. Many water front sites. Almost all have shade trees and many are completely tree covered. Down side, lake was low and mosquitoes were thick at night. We were there with senior pass discount.