Nice wide sites, some with shade, quiet and peaceful. Bike trail in the park. Shower and ladies restroom needed a serious cleaning, and any water conservation is made moot by waiting for the hot water to arrive. Only one washer and dryer and the dryer did not dry my load, even on high. Still, a nice quiet rest stop away from the interstate and on the Louis and Clark trail.
Sites are on a steep hillside--you will probably drag something getting to a site. The sites are shoe-horned together on a steppe system and if you sneeze your neighbor will hand you a Kleenex. No grass anywhere, just rocks and gravel, although they did provide a tiny deck with a small table if you could squeeze in. There seemed to be lots of long-term residents. Nice, friendly folks, but too cramped for me. If you only need a place to park and will be gone most of the time, this would do fine.
Lovely wooded setting and friendly staff. Water is available at a central spigot but for filling containers, not for using a hose. The park has a bike trail and many program options for exploring the caves. Generators were supposed to be used during daylight hours but a class B a few spaces away ran theirs during quiet hours anyway. Still a nice park for semi- primitive camping within walking distance to the cave and park store (where the showers were).
Water bibs are shared between two sites so bring a lot of hose and a "y" connector. Nice covered picnic table setup and shady sites. Park itself is busy and noisy with group happenings, but the campground is fairly quiet. Good value for the money.
This campground (another is near Lake Boutin) is right next to the Mississippi River and in a serene setting until the trains start to come through, including the middle of the night, and because there is a crossing, the engineers lay on the horn. It could wake the dead and probably has. The shower house is quite a hike from the campground, especially on a hot day. If you shower in the large stall, the motion sensor light can't see you and suddenly you will be in the dark. Not a good feeling. Other than that, the park was quite nice and peaceful. Relatively clean, but not spotless.
Campground was lovely although the roads coming in from the highway are steep and have sharp curves. I dragged the hitch and bars several times. The fire pits at several sites I looked at were full of trash from the previous occupants, and I was getting there right at dusk just before the office closed. There is a nice walking path along the river but it is also full of trash, including evidence of illegal fishing (bottles, line and plastic soda lids) that are a hazard to all animals. They need to do a big cleanup here and not just mow the grass.
Camped in a new section along the stream. Campground and bathhouse were lovely, but road traffic was a nuisance. The noise overshadowed the setting and I have had quieter evenings at a KOA. Nice staff and area. I would come again, but camp in a different section.
Friendly staff, great fishing off pier across the street, clean restrooms, only one washer/dryer, scant shade if any, but lots of wild bird viewing on the marsh and inlet. Bicycle friendly for the campground. I would stay here again.