Nice park, gravel roads and stone sites. Sites very large, but all are back-in. Rate was for 50 amp service and is an ROD Park. Check your maps closely before coming to Abita Springs and make sure you stay on the truck route to the park. It is easy to miss coming into the town. Do not follow the signs for the park (if you see them). We took down a telephone line as the route we were supposed to take is not a truck route and has very low electrical lines crossing the road.
First, I must comment that the owners of the park are very nice and helpful people . The pull-throughs are large and we did not have to disconnect. This is a park for an overnight stay only for the following reasons: The park has gravel roads with grass/mud spaces. They did not have any overnighters while we were there, but were full of maintenance workers that work off site. No problems, but because they are long term, the sites were not kept up well. Maybe at other times of the year it is different. My biggest issues were fire ants and water. Our site was full of ants and I had to spray just for the two days we were here. I was bitten 3 times before I was set up. I believe the owners of all campgrounds should be aware of issues like these and at least warn you beforehand. Second the water quality was poor. The water had way too much iron in it to drink or even to wash clothes. This is not the first time I have run into this problem but it can be remedied by the owners. As we paid an additional $4 per night (for 50 amp) so that we could wash clothes, and found we could not, bothered me a bit. There is a saw mill across the street but the noise did not bother us as we were closed up because of the heat. I would stay here again but would have a full tank of fresh water before I arrived and plenty of fire ant killer.
The park is a basic park for a traveler. It is just off the Interstate but noise is not a problem. The sites are all stone/gravel, large and clean. I was disappointed that the bar was not open as the wife and I love our happy hours but that is life during a recession. I would definitely plan to stop here during my travels up and down I-10 as there is fuel, a restaurant and a convenience store. The rate posted is a Passport Rate