Before we even got checked in, the lady at the front desk was very rude because she didn't wait for us to tell her we had an access pass and had to re-check us in with the discount rate. We were not given a map and there are no signs to tell you which way to what camp number other than off the main road. Trying to navigate the camping area in our rig was treacherous due to tight curves and low hanging branches. Our space, a back-in campsite we reserved was rated on-line as being plenty large enough but the right angle, crowded conditions and ravine made it impossible to get into. Upon returning to the front desk, we were told there was nothing they could do. They did issue a "partial" refund but kept $15... not sure why other than (policy). We had driven about an hour out of our way to visit this campground so overall we lost about $40 and several hours of our time. Nevermind the frustration and stress involved. If you have a larger rig, make sure you get a pull-through site. If you can manage the campground, the park itself is amazing with beautiful nature trials and a lovely beach. - FamilyFoofaraw
Nice state park and convenient to Mandeville and Abita Springs. Would rate higher if more sites had sewer (dump station is available). Would help if they trimmed low tree branches from roadways and sites. - Selectively Unemployed
Fontainebleau SP is an expansive park on the north shore of Lake Ponchartrain just east of Mandeville. Of note is the Tammany Trace Rails-to-Trails, which runs through the park.
The park contains 121 water/electric campsites, five full hookup sites and 37 tent sites and is suitable for big rigs. There's free Wi-Fi but it never actually connected to the outside world in the several days we were there. - User3322