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Jude Travel Park, New Orleans, Louisiana

Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $35.00
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This is a small park on the north side of New Orleans. It is in a questionable neighborhood, but has a secured gate at night and alert, responsive, interested staff, so we did not feel uncomfortable. The gate is electric and is closed at dusk. There is a keypad code, which they provide, so you can get in at any time after it is closed. The restrooms/showers are marvelous! Well designed, well kept, cleaned daily, and conveniently located near the office. There are no pull-thru sites. The park is bounded by a motel on one side and a small office building on the other, with a rail yard behind. The yard is not very busy and was not a distraction, day or night. The park is very well maintained and the staff is extremely friendly and helpful. They will help you unload/disconnect from your dinghy then help you back in. They have strict but liveable rules, which are basic common sense and not cumbersome. There is a nice gazebo near the small pool & spa, which is lighted with "rope lights" and pleasant for casual conversations, even in the evening. Would I return? Yes. It is the nicest campground in the immediate area and convenient to shopping, downtown, and the French Quarter. We camped at Jude Travel Park in a Motorhome.

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Yogi Bear Jellystone Park, Bremen, Georgia

Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $39.00
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This campground's website makes it look much nicer than it is. It isn't a dump, but the infrastructure is somewhat shabby. Would I return? Possibly, for a night or two, if I couldn't find someplace better. The roads are poorly designed and have storm drains sunk in them, causing you to have difficulty when you pass over them. In some cases the storm drain pipes act as speed bumps. Sites are narrow - hardly had room to put out our awning. Sites are fairly level but not well-maintained. They need gravel and other maintenance. Staff is friendly and helpful. They greet you when they see you on the grounds, offer help when needed, and are knowledgeable about the various animals and attractions at the park. Pool is nice, w/a children's water park separated by a fence. Pool was not heated during our visit on 9/20-21/14. There are several scheduled activities each day and other facilities, which would attract children. Park had a few "permanent" or seasonal units that were not well maintained and made the rest of the park look shabbier than it is. We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Motorhome.

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