1 Park near Iowa, Louisiana
Jan 2016 - $46.00
Located right next to the I-10 off-ramp on exit 43, this small park is pretty easy to spot. From the interstate, you have to make a hard right turn into the Shell station parking lot. Stay to right and you'll see the gate and park office. Check-in was easy. They take Good Sam but even with the discount, we still paid $46 for our overnight site. According to their price list (which you get at check-in) we should've only paid $40.45 plus tax so I'm guessing the rest of it was exorbitant tax. If you need a key card to go in and out of the gate, you pay a little extra. Sites in the middle are pull-thru, the perimeter has back-ins. The park has mostly longterm and permanent residents but it doesn't have a trailer park feel. Everyone kept their sites neat with minimum "stuff" sitting outside. The transient sites are in the first row of pull-thrus and they were full the night we were there.
If your rig has good sound insulation, then the 24/7 traffic noise won't bother you much. Internal roads and sites are all paved with grass between sites. The internal roads may be a bit narrow if you're a big rig and turning into your site might largely depend on if the truck in the site across from you is out on the road. Sites are level with hookups in the middle. They have a dog wash station which is outside next to the exit gate. There's no dog park, no pool, no playground (so not really family friendly). Wifi and cable worked fine. Water pressure was great. The park seems well-managed. There's a laundry room that's also open to the public but the park itself is gated. You can walk to several places around there to eat. It's right behind a McDonald's and a convenience store. Good for an overnight stop. - Flippitti
Jun 2015 - $32.00
Stayed here for two nights on the way to Texas. Just off I-10. Park roads just slightly narrow but no trouble with our 40' motorhome pulling our toad. Park is gated and we felt very safe. Appears to be many monthly type residents that work in surrounding industry but all kept their places neat and clean and no noise in the evening. The staff was exceptionally nice and helpful. Led us to our site and recommended places to eat. If you like crawfish (and other authentic cajun dishes) try Bordeaux's Cajun Trio, just about a block from the park. We would definitely stay there again. - coastaltom
Mar 2015 - $30.00
helpful staff, clean park, traffic noise. Secure using key card to enter. - padre44