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This park is right in the center of the town and there were 3 trailers parked just off the road outside the fence so it was a little difficult seeing the entrance. However, it was easy enough to enter once we saw it. (They were parked there so there so the people could go to the cafe next door.) We did not have to swing wide like another reviewer had to. There are really no interior roads. There is just the entrance road with a turn around at the end. We were assigned to site #2 which is very close to the main road. Sites for overnighters are very close but we were the only ones there so it wasn't a problem. There were a lot of motorcyclists traveling through town during the day and they were a bit noisy but it quietened down at night so we had no trouble sleeping even with the windows open. We would stay here again if we ever come this way.

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Very easy to find. Easy in and out. Interior roads are wide with no overhanging trees to worry about. A couple of trees over the exit drive could be trimmed. They just brushed the top of our 12'7" rig. Sites are gravel and level. We were in what looked to be a new area and it was very clean and well kept. The only negative comment would be that there is absolutely no grass except in the pet area. Our dog couldn't comfortably sit outside with us on the gravel. A little grass at each site would make this much nicer for pet owners. If our spot had been at the very end of the area it would have been quite a walk to get him to the fenced pet area.

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This is definitely only an overnight stop for travelers. There are permanent residents but ample space for over-nighters. The gravel sites are long enough that we didn't have to unhook the toad and all appeared as level as was the one we were assigned. There were a few trees and none were a problem navigating the interior roads. You pull behind the convenience store (not a problem) and register inside the store. Staff was very helpful on our departure when we asked about the Texas road our GPS wanted us to use. Because of recent rainfall the road was closed. The young man called a friend who worked with the highway patrol to check on a different route for us. All worked well. If traveling this way again, we would stay here overnight.

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Very easy to find. Good interior roads with no overhanging trees. Long pull through sites with concrete patios. You won't have to unhook your toad unless you want to visit the area. They don't have picnic tables but have wrought iron tables and chairs on the patios. Mostly shorter mesquite trees so getting satellite reception was not a problem even though they have cable. I would have given this park a 9 if not for the noise from the nearby airport. During they day it can be annoying but it is quiet at night for sleeping. There is also a nearby train that really didn't bother us. We would probably stay here again if in the area.

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Easy in/out from highway. Interior roads well maintained and easily navigable. Long pull-through sites. We wouldn't have had to unhook the toad except we were staying for several days to explore the area. Our site had larger than usual gravel stones with wooden borders that helped keep the gravel contained. Some sites had trees for shade but we requested an open site so we could get satellite. The Wi-Fi was strong and worked well our entire stay. We would definitely return.

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Easy to get to from I-10. Very close to downtown and attractions. Interior roads are easy to navigate although there are a few trees that need to be trimmed. We asked to be moved from our first site because the trees had branches that appeared to be tied up so they wouldn't fall in a heavy wind. Our site was long enough that we could have left the toad connected. We would stay here again if we come back to San Antonio.

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When we decided to get through Houston on a Sunday, we call this RV park even though the other reviews said it was noisy. It's very easy on and off I-10 and very well kept. There is road noise but we've been in parks with a lot worse. Since it was hot we kept the AC running and really weren't bothered by the noise. The roads are wide enough to make entry and exit easy.

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We came to Breaux Bridge for the crawfish festival and decided to stay at Poche's based on other reviews. I don't think we'd choose this park if we ever come again. There is a short, narrow bridge to cross getting to the park. The oncoming car had to wait for us to cross. The directions and signage are very good so it's not hard to find. The inside roads are a bit narrow but doable. This is really a fish camp but it was OK for a visit to the festival.

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We stayed here about 5 years ago and it isn't as well kept as it was then. The grass needed mowing and the trees edging the roads needed trimming but overall it's still a nice park. It's only about 10 miles to Bay St. Louis and restaurants, casinos, etc. We would stay here again.

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We stayed here about 5 years ago and it hasn't changed at all. It's still immaculately kept. Very easy on and off I-10. Great for an overnight. There is some traffic noise and the "ever present" train but nothing to really bother anyone in the park. Will definitely stay here again.

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Very well kept park. The roads are a bit narrow but very doable with our 40 foot motorhome and TOAD. Sites are close together but long enough that we didn't have to unhook. Sites are gravel with picnic tables. This isn't a destination park but a good spot for overnight or short stays. We arrived just before the FSU graduation and were lucky to get a spot. I'm sure it's crowded during football season so call well ahead.

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We really enjoyed our week at Jetty Park. It's easily accessible, but check their website for the address for your GPS. Interior roads were wide enough for a vehicle to pass our coach while hooking up the car. Sites are concrete pads with grass for the picnic table and a charcoal grill is provided. It is a bit sandy but that's typical of parks on or near the beach. Bring a broom. You can walk to the beach and fishing pier. Watching the cruise ships come and go was fun. We will definitely return. Several good seafood restaurants are nearby. We liked Grills the best.

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Just off of I-75 with some road noise but that's to be expected. We had no problem sleeping. Roads are narrower than the newer big parks but very manageable. Sites are concrete pads with picnic tables. The park is very clean and well kept. We will definitely stay here again and will recommend it to friends. There's a very good BBQ restaurant (The Smokin' Pig) at the next exit and several restaurants just down the road.

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This is our second time here and the cost was higher than the last time, probably due to the fair that was going on in town. This is just off of I-75 but there is very little road noise. The sites are gravel and dirt but leveling was very easy. Roads are a bit narrow but easily maneuverable in our 37 foot rig. We had a 40 footer last time and had no problem. We will stay here again.

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Entrance road needs some work, but overall it was a nice place. Roads and sites are all gravel/rock. We were able to level with no problem. Very friendly office staff led us to our site. Very easy to find from I-20. Some road noise, but really not bad at all. We would return. There is a gas/diesel station just at the entrance/exit that was convenient. Grocery store and restaurants also very close.