We enjoyed a weekend without RV backed p to the pond. Cement lots with fire circle of metal. Be careful though in picking your spots because some are in the way back and have no trees, which could be brutal in a Louisiana summer. Nice playground for kids, mini-golf, and clean laundry mat. There is a great cajun meat shop at the entrance to the RV park. Lots of trees and shade at our location. Would have given it five stars, but too close to the highway, so lots of road noise.
We haven’t seen the woman with the bad attitude. We have dealt with a slightly older lady who is named Kim and she is very professional yet personable! We’re enjoying a 3 day stay. Campers are spaced apart to maintain social distance yet everyone is still being civil and polite.
This is a typical KOA with the normal KOA amenities and tight spaces. We normally stayed a month at a time and always were put in the section that is farthest away from the office and all of those amenities. The brunette co-owner is “curt, bordering on rude”. The rest of the staff are great to deal with!
The store is adequate as are the showers, the laundry (w/a mini library swap stop) is very nice. This KOA is very clean.
Sites very tight could not open my awning all the way. Nice fishing pond. Close to city. To close to I10 interstate. To much vehicle noise.
This is an average KOA, so nothing great. But, it was ok for a 1-night stop on the way to New Orleans. The sites were level, and paved. There was a bright street light next to our site, which made sleeping a challenge. The best thing about it was that we were within walking distance of a great little Cajun meat market. Very good Bodin Sausage and Bodin Balls for breakfast!
Cozy cabins, nice for a weekend getaway.
Quiet, lots of activities for kids.