The Lazy L&L is located on the scenic Gualaloupe River in New Braunfels, Texas. My wife and I stayed here primary to gain access to the river for fly fishing (excellent spot!!). Campground is very clean and well run. No CATV, however - and we were unable to pick up and stations with the antenna. Wi-Fi is excellent!! They do have a new Community Center where folks meet to play cards, watch TV, etc.. Downside to this campground is the bathhouse. It was in the 30's in the mornings and bathrooms here are not heated. Shower was nice and hot, but they are pay showers (token-operated). Please note the manager provided us tokens at no charge, so I presume this arrangement is more for the 'tubers' that frequent the area during the summer. Overall we enjoyed our stay at the Lazy L&L and we will return.
Rio RV Park is located on a beautiful piece of land right on the Guadaloupe River. My wife and I stayed here for about 2 weeks to fly fish the river. Sites are level and easy to access. Staff is friendly and helpful. CATV is available, but extra. Wi-Fi is very good compared to most campgrounds (we could actually stream movies). The one downside of this campground are the bathrooms. No hot water at the sink in the men's room, and very little heat. Given morning temps in the 30's, a shower and shave was a chilly experience. All in all we enjoyed our stay here - and we will return.
The park is extremely clean and is well run. All sites are concrete pads which was particularly nice given that 3 - 4 inches of rain had fallen just prior to our arrival. Grassy areas had much standing water, but the RV sites were dry. Bathrooms were very clean and set up for individual use (which we like). Bathrooms, and the Community Room, are card key access (which is provided at sign in). Wireless internet works well, but CATV was non-functional because of the rain (Coax got wet). I should note that this campground is very non-described; flat, no trees, hills, or anything much to look at. It is a good place to layover for a night, not for long stays. We will stay here again when we head east.
Ponchartrain Landing is the place to stay when visiting New Orleans. The rate is about $30 with Passport America. Bathrooms were extremely clean and well cared for. Staff was extremely friendly, and very helpful when it comes to things like finding grocery stores. From Ponchartrain Landing it's about 15 minutes to the French Quarter. The park has two vans (one large, one small) and shuttles campers back and forth at no charge. Be advised the campground is situated in an industrial area, on a canal. The surroundings area is hardly beautiful, but the campground - and sites - are first rate!! Also note there is a pool and hot tub here, though we didn't use them. We will stay here whenever we're in New Orleans.
My wife and I chose Juniper Lake RV Campground as a layover during some inclement weather while on our way to Texas. Juniper Lake is a pleasant change from campgrounds laid out in a simple grid, with locations widely-spaced on a hill overlooking Juniper Lake. When we arrived, the owner greeted us and personally backed us into our space. Wireless internet and CATV were excellent. Also, Passport America is accepted year round, which is rare in Florida during the winter months. My wife and I really loved this campground, and we will be back.