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Date of Stay: November, 2014
Very convenient location in the French Quarters. Definitely will be back. Utilities and WiFi worked well. Great spot to be based for a Saints game or getting to Bourbon street. Staff was very supportive and courteous. We camped at French Quarter RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $88.00
I agree with other reviews - this is a great location for visiting the French Quarter. But I can not give a "resort" more than a 7 with the total lack of landscaping or lack of any architectural screening between sites. They have a nice paver drive way and brick paver coach pad. But not a single bit of landscaping. The bare unpainted concrete block wall makes you feel secure, but feeling like you are in a prison yard. With daily rates approaching 100 dollars I think a little better atmosphere is called for. We camped at French Quarter RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $88.00
Location is great. Felt very secure. Staff is friendly. You can walk to French Quarter, but suggest a cab after dark. I would have given a 10, but felt they could have some landscaping around sites. We camped at French Quarter RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $96.00
This has always been our favorite spot when in this area. The property is located almost below I-10 and depending on your site, you could have constant traffic noise. Then again, it's the city and if you want peace and quite, look somewhere else. We absolutely love this location because we can walk to the FQ's in 10 minutes or less. (We don't suggest this after dark.) The roads are all paved and the sites are bricked. The water, 50 amps and cable were all good. There is always someone in the office and other staff members are always close by. I took 1 point off because they do not recycle. We camped at French Quarter RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $95.00
This park is a bit difficult to access because it is in downtown New Orleans next to I-10. Once there, I felt it was worth the drive into the city. I-10 is elevated in that area so noise was not an issue. The park is bordered by a masonry fence and the gate is an automatic wrought-iron. The park is small and the sites are spacious but fairly close. The entire roadway and parking sites are paver brick. The park and facilities are first class. Monday through Thursday Passport America is accepted. I will stay here again but will probably come during the week to take advantage of the discount. We camped at French Quarter RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $82.00
We love this place! More expensive during Saints home games and festival. Still, a lot cheaper than staying somewhere nice in the quarter. The pool, hot tub, bathroom, showers, and lounge area are always immaculate. It's a couple of blocks to walk to the French Quarter. Staff is always polite and helpful, and the taxis know where it is if you need to cab it anywhere. One of our favorite RV resorts. Near the Basin Street tourist info center and the police station. Easy access from I-10. We camped at French Quarter RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $82.00
This is a great park situated very near the French Quarter of New Orleans. Easy access from I-10. Wide streets with wide, paved back-in sites. Very good services well placed. Very clean. Good Wi-Fi with a strong signal. High wall surrounding the campground gave you a feeling of security. Constant sirens but you get used to them. We walked everywhere from the park and never felt threatened. We never walked at night, however. Easy walk to the Riverfront from here. No shade. We had a wonderful week here. Many great restaurants. Be sure to go to Magazine Street and eat at Domenica Pizza. The roasted cauliflower is wonderful! Also, stop at Sucre' for a gelato milkshake. We camped at French Quarter RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $99.00
The location was great, we were able to safely walk to The French Quarter each day. We did take a taxi back after dark. There is a gated entrance that you will need a code for whether you walk or drive. The park itself is nestled between an abandoned shopping center, cemeteries, and the freeway so noise (or ambiance) might bother some, but did not bother us. Do not use GPS once you get off highway, follow signs for the park. The sites were level and clean. Bathrooms & showers were clean. Pool area was nice. The WiFi was awful. The girl at the desk could use some customer service training because she was very rude. We camped at French Quarter RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $88.00
This campground is first rate. It has a great staff and the place is kept very clean. The laundry room and pool area is actually beautiful. For visiting the French Quarter, this is the best. Our tow vehicle never left the campground because we could walk to everywhere. We had a fun time while we were there. We will definitely return and stay here again. We camped at French Quarter RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $90.00
If you want to visit New Orleans it doesn't get any better than the French Quarter RV Resort. We stayed 4 nights in March and we walked to the French Quarter every night. The staff was accommodating and would take us to the main street in a golf cart. The access was a very easy on and off the highway. We tow a Jeep. We camped at French Quarter RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $86.00
Although pricey, you are within walking distance to French Quarter New Orleans. Do not walk after dark, however. Take a cab. Very nice pool and hot tub. Laundry small, machines work fine. Nice sites with grass and brick pavers. All back in, angled sites. Mostly level, some settling may have occurred with some of the pavers. Nice power pedestals. OK WiFi signal, have to constantly re login, but bandwidth fine. We stayed two nights and would stay again. We camped at French Quarter RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $85.00
What a location. I walked everywhere (quarter, downtown, Dome, etc) even at night as there was a large event in town and there were lots of people out and about. Sites are great and all of the utilities worked just fine. The common areas and restrooms were kept clean. There is just some minor attention to detail that needs to be taken in a few of the restrooms but otherwise a great place to stop when visiting New Orleans and specifically the French Quarter. We camped at French Quarter RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $99.00
We stayed here while visiting the French Quarter. We were a bit apprehensive about the safety of walking to the French Quarter. After the very helpful people at the front desk gave us a map, a route to follow, a card with a taxi company card, and the security code to get back into the campground, off we went. Had a fabulous time and returned in the dark around 9 pm and felt very safe walking. The campground is definitely upscale and well managed. My only complaint is that upon return from a night of fun, I was looking forward to soaking in their beautiful Jacuzzi. I was disappointed to find three young boys under the age of 14 playing in the Jacuzzi. There really should be a "no children under the age of 18 rule after 9 pm unless accompanied by a parent. Or no children permitted at all under 18. No desire to soak in urine. We camped at French Quarter RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $100.00
During special events in New Orleans, this resort allows dry camping (boondocking) in two areas: in an alley outside the main camping area and in a small paved area to the side of the alley. We were in this paved area for Mardi Gras. No obvious security most of the time, and it was open to public access. People from a nearby neighborhood walked right by our RV all day and all night. No one bothered us, but I would not call it "safe". The staff seems entirely comprised of young women who are very nice, albeit a bit absentminded. They guaranteed me repeatedly we would have enough space to unfold the canopy and BBQ, etc ; however, I was only allowed about 4 inches between my canopy and the 40' diesel next to us. Apparently most dry camping RV people run their generators 24/7 (how annoying!), even when they are gone all day. So it was like trying to BBQ at a crowded truck stop. Kind of killed the fun. If you plan on dry camping, it is not a festive, friendly RV atmosphere. People only sleep in the RV's. If you dry camp in the alley way it seemed there would be more room to open canopy and BBQ, but I still did not see anyone doing this. I would return if I cannot find a cheaper hotel, but I would insist on being in the alley (what they call long term dry camping). The sites inside the actual RV park are very nice. We camped at French Quarter RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $88.00
What a pleasant surprise, to find this location & it be so nice. Very clean an close to downtown. We walked to downtown during the day, but we were advised by office staff & local police to take a cab at night. No problems, easy to find right off freeway. Office staff said this place was 7 years old, and you can see they did a nice job with it. Nice paved sites & lighting. We camped at French Quarter RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
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