Date of Stay: April, 2011
The majority of the sites are fair. This is a older park, but in a better neighborhood than the nearby RV Resort that you pay big bucks for. The pool has been filled in, so no more swimming pool. The electric was good as we have 4 roof a/c units that never tripped the breaker. Not much for shade trees - a few trees, but not much. Many local workers live here. All in all pretty quiet. Yes you can hear some of the I-10 road noise, but not as bad as the nearby RV Resort! Remember, you get what you pay for. We would stay here again.
Date of Stay: November, 2010
The Natl. Park c/g has been recently upgraded to include 50-amp electric and full hookups. Nice. Right on a stream, which is very nice to listen to. We travel in a 45' Prevost coach and had no problems backing our coach into our site. I would say at least 15 of the sites could accommodate a 45' RV. A big plus is the Golden Age/Access Pass. The self-pay station accepts this discount. It also takes credit cards. No park host is available off season. Its about a 10 minute drive to the Historic District. Easy access to this park. Nice job NPS!