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The location, just outside the French Quarter, can't be beat and it's easy to walk to the FQ during the day. This is an urban rv park, and has gotten quite dirty. This campground used to be pristine, but has decayed. The grime from I-10, passing overhead just outside the park, is on everything. Our premium site, with gazebo, was filthy. Just moving the chairs covered me in dirt. When I mentioned the condition to the front desk, the response was that it was the site owner's problem, not the park. The park has the slight feel of being under siege. Inside it's nice, with 6 foot barbed wire concrete walls, locked gates, and 24 hr security guard, but the surrounding area feels just a bit "iffy", even with the police station a block away. It's safe during the day, but I wouldn't walk back from the FQ after dark, though others do. To add to our experience, our rate for the 3rd night was $170, up from $123 because the Saints game. $420 for 3 nights -that was a little hard to digest! So, it's expensive, grimy, and in an insecure area -- it's New Orleans. I'd come back, but at these rates I'd expect less dirt and suggest a good pressure washer!

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Small city campground that was clean and well maintained. Mostly back-in sites, though we stayed 2 nights in one of the few pull thru and had good satellite. Big-rig friendly. Wifi was fair, but good LTE cell phone. Water / Electric only.

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Tidy well maintained RV park. Level sites. Several pavilions and grassy areas within the campground give it a spacious feel. A short drive to the walking district in Shipshewana. ATT cell phone and satellite was good, wifi was good with repeaters on towers placed around the park.

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Spacious grassy sites each with a fire ring. There are several loops and the tents were mixed with the RVs when we were there. There are some long term seasonal campers by the river in a mix of old travel trailers, single wides and small campers, but it was relatively tidy and away from the campsites. There are only a few riverside sites so reserve early. No ATT cell phone service at all, even in Spring Green. Satellite was good, and wifi was ok during the day but not evenings with higher use.

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All back-in sites, one row has sewer hookups and another row without. Very close to the Canal Park area, just over the aerial lift bridge. Some have said its a problem to get to, but we had no difficulties with a 42 RV and tow. (Turn at Railroad, then Lake Ave rather than the gps directions which take you thru the Canal Park streets). The RV park is basically a parking area along the sides of the marina, but its all about location. We opted for a sewer site, and were assigned a site that had the electric on the passenger side which necessitated using my extension 50A cord.

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There are 2 sections - an old and newer terraced section. We stayed in the terraced area. The campground was busy and asked us to move to the older section after the 1st night. Rather than go to the smaller tighter sites, we moved on to Duluth. The nice office staff said a lot of people have to move, sometimes 2 or 3 times, so make your reservation early. Satellite was good in the new section.

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Crowded when we visited, with some long term summer residents. The front loop is prettier than the back loop, but we stayed in the back loop and got good satellite reception. Wifi non existent unless at the office. Office manager and owner was helpful and friendly.

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Family run campground with lots of attention to details. Spacious pull thru with concrete patio and clean picnic table.

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This isn't a resort in the classic sense with a spa and pool, but it's a great rv park to stop and see the area. Its clean, easy to navigate, with friendly and helpful staff. New in 2014 and it shows. Wifi strong and steady.

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Spacious, grassy sites in a large nicely maintained park. We stayed in a premium back-in site. Staff could have been friendlier, but we didn't need them other than check-in and directions. Good satellite, wifi and ATT.

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Great stop to visit the Badlands NP. Sites are dirt, with some grass between, amid trees. Occasional sewer smell but not a problem. Good satellite, but took some positioning and no cell phone. Poor wifi.

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This park has is centrally located and close to freeways. We had good satellite, but had to put out the traveler rather than the rooftop. ATT excellent. Wifi was good. Sites are close and the park is busy, and there are not many big rig sites so plan ahead.

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Spacious and well maintained park. Easy to navigate with big-rig. Grassy with nice picnic table.

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Clean, nicely maintained, concrete slab sites. We stayed in the executive section, which was a pull in, and contained a nice patio set under a shade tree. Good satellite and ATT.

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Seems like the owners are milking this for all they can,with not much effort going into the infrastructure. The sites are tight and each could use a load of gravel, the streets are dirt, and the check-in staff griping about "the unhappy campers". There is a house on the property that looks like a picker's heaven including an old bathtub in the yard. This is about the only place to stay if you're visiting TRNP.