We spent 9 nights in a Motorhome with W/S/E-50 Amp. Driving south to the installation was relatively easy along SR 23 but know the height of your rig because the 13’7” Belle Chasse Tunnel is on this route. Once on base, access to the RV Park was convenient. The campground road is dirt/gravel and littered with potholes making it a very bumpy ride. We arrived a day ahead of our scheduled reservation and although our visit occurred during Carnival season the staff was very accommodating, friendly and courteous. We were provided a very good information package regarding the campground, installation, local restaurants, and New Orleans attractions. Our site was a back-in with a concrete pad and fixed picnic table. The connections were conveniently located enabling easy hook-up. We were able to use our DISH Tailgater and also received numerous TV channels via antenna. The free Wi-Fi was good and we had no problem getting our AT&T phone signal. The laundry facilities are clean with three washers at $1.00/load and six dryers at $.75/load. Also, there is a ditch in the campground where juvenile alligators may be visible on a warm day. When touring New Orleans from here, we would recommend driving 30 minutes to Old Algiers to catch a ferry ($2.00/person each way) across the Mississippi River. Once docked near the Harrah’s Casino, you can catch the Hop On Hop Off Bus at Stop 7 or you can just walk along the river towards Jackson Square. Overall, we would give this campground a “Good” rating and would definitely stay here again.
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