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This was a great place- especially for an overnight. Easy to navigate through the park- all concrete. This site was level. No wifi, but AT&T cell service worked fine. Water and Electricity with dump station on site. Trashcans conveniently around the park.
Large campsite with 100 spots filled mostly with RVs.
- 20 minutes from NOLA
- friendly staff! we arrived late at night and staff let us check in the AM! They’ll also let you drive through to pick an available spot.
- very clean laundry room! Loads were $1.75
- hot showers :)
- stop at Joe’s Donuts for beignets :)
- bathroom design is meh. Not sure if they have ventilation so the floor always seemed wet. Many things are starting to rust. Bathroom stalls are awkward size/position.
- most sites don’t have privacy. Some have privacy on one side. We liked 81 and 84 for this reason and close to the bathroom’
As stated in other reviews this KOA is close to town and very convenient. But it's noisy. Traffic, trains, airplanes and construction noise, you've got it all here. Bring earplugs if your tent camping. The staff is super friendly though and the amenities are very nice.
The lady at the front desk was nice. She told us where to go to see the garden district and the French Quarter. They only took a few minute drive to get there. This campground is in a neighborhood. Seems odd, but it works. They have night security. With the AC on, it was pleasant. Our site was a level concrete pad. We would stay again if we ever head back.
We stayed here to be close to New Orleans. It is still a bit of a drive into the city, but there is a ferry you can take also. You still have to drive to the ferry, but it is supposed to be closer. We didn’t use the ferry though. This is a nice state park that has pretty scenery and free laundry!! It’s a little cutthroat in the laundry room, but if you can get a machine it is pretty nice to be able to catch up on laundry for free!! The sites were level and spacious and they had trash cans at just about every site that was a nice bonus. This is our first LA state park and we are very impressed! If you are in a RV, be careful coming in - there are some massive speed bumps! We were ok, but our neighbor thinks he cracked his coach on one of the speed bumps.
This is a busy weekend park within 2 miles of Morgan City, LA. It sits on the edge of a large freshwater lake and has great views. Many sites appear to be Big Rig Friendly. There are various sections of park to choose from. Easy access to park and paved roads inside park. Includes bathhouses, office area, beach and nice boat ramp with dock space. Not sure of a charge for ramp or docks. The East side of the park is wide open and very easy to access with today’s mega rigs and 5th wheels. A large dog park is walking distance and right along the lakeshore.
The park is really nice, excellent sites and great amenities there’s a lot of room for bike riding. Great boat launch some of the best fishing you’ll ever find and if you go out on the boat make sure you bring some marshmallows to feed the gators. The wave pool in the summer is usually overcrowded other than that it a nice park.
The views (and the sunsets) here can’t be beaten and most of the sites were right on the water. If you like to fish and are in a fully contained RV, you might find this place ideal to get away from it all. We travel in a 17-foot campervan, so this does not fit the profile of the type of camping we prefer, however, it was fine for an overnight.
When we were there, the facility needed some upkeep; we were told they have been trying to fix the problem of water on the floor in the men’s room for a while. There was a noisy sewage treatment plant that detracted from the area.
The cost was very inexpensive ($14) for an electric hookup site, although there was no visible separation between sites.
We saw an alligator swimming by in the water that was separated from the campsites by only a short rock wall– yikes! Victor, our campground host, was very friendly and offered great suggestions for our next destination.