Chip Patat

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Of course, a very nice park - all the amenities - sewer, paved pads, 2 pools, nice camp stores, inside-the-park transportation, modern well-maintained bathhouses. I was a little disappointed that the landscaping was not better maintained (nice had it been a state park, but not what I was expecting from Disney). No big deal, this is still the place to camp if you're doing Disney. Take the free boat to and from the Majic Kingdom. We had a great experience.

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This is the best maintained campground I'ved ever camped in. The sites are large, private, and beautiful! The sites are pea gravel and are raked before you arrive. They are surrounded by lush vegetation, as is the whole park. Bathhouses are modern, large, and very clean. There's no pool (which would be nice), but it is on the gulf. If this park had sewer and a pool, it would be a 10. Just outside the gate is every type of shopping you could desire, and some family entertainment. We went to Disneyworld's Fort Wilderness after leaving, and Henderson Beach is better maintained! We had a great experience.

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This is a very nice park in a great location, about 20 minutes from the French Quarter with direct and easy access to New Orleans. Sites are large and private with raised, paved pads. There's no sewer, but the bath houses were clean. It has a nice pool, and a wavepool. The landscape is wooded with some small swampy areas. The staff was helpful and informative. We had a very pleasant experience, and would definitely camp here again.