This was a very nice resort with some nice pools. Laundry room was expensive, but the washer/dryers are wonderful and clean. I didn't use their facilities, but I'm sure they were clean as well. They even have a dog friendly bath tub and hair dryer! I'm not sure I liked the idea of kids on bikes without parental supervision since I watched a small boy (about 5 or 6) on an electric toy jeep driving constantly around and around the circle roads then almost get run over because he cut off a driver trying to back up his 5th wheel into the lot. He was lucky the driver saw him in time and the little boy pass by. The dog park was really nice too with tunnels and balls all fenced in. The lake was nice, but man made. The beach and shopping outlets are fairly close by too. I'd stay there again even though there aren't many trees and you don't get a lot of room for each site. People mention about the zoo noise, but it's pretty cool to listen to and really you don't hear it all that much. No biggie.
Here is where you want to go and just Ho Hum all day long. It's relaxing, beautiful and quiet. The dolphins and pelicans are right outside your front window if you get an ocean site. A long beach to walk the dog, play fetch, pick up shells, see horseshoe and other crabs or head down their pier and sit in their chairs to fish or just watch the wildlife and boaters off in the distance. Paddle in your kayak in the bay. It's beautiful here. The people are outstanding who work there and the people who stayed there have been the friendliest I've met yet. A couple good restaurants close by and food store, small downtown with marina too. Good Sam's Club reflects the price. I will go back here again! The manager will even make you a sign for a small price tag. Very nice spot to spend a night passing by, a week or longer. Quite. Safe. Clean. Full hook ups. Internet is very good too.
This place was clean, nice small pool, big clubhouse with a pool table and a few items in its store. Nice people who greeted us and gave us a map to our site. Sites are close together. They have shade and open sites, small cabins to rent, small lake to fish (catch and release). Seemed like a few people live there in their RVs. Not sure I'd stay here again since the sites were real close, sides and front. My slide out ended up almost over the man's dog fence he put out for his dog. Okay for an overnight I guess. Safe enough.
Nice RV campground, pretty lake with lots of slides in the water for kids and pool too. Plenty of shade or open sites, but open sites had people you could almost reach out and touch them. Price was right with a military discount. I'd go here again. You felt safe and everything seemed clean. Just stayed there for an overnight.
This is one of those woodsie parks; nice swimming pool, nice people, but no internet at your site, therefore, the "no" for internet. I was close enough to their clubhouse, but still no internet. We had a clear lot so the dish worked for TV though. Lots of ant hills, but it was clean area, no rubbish around anywhere. Full timers were parked behind the office while people staying one night were parked out front, easy on; easy off the campground. Nice walks for dogs and hikes into the woods. I thought for the price with a discount, it was a little too much so I think I'd find a different spot next time. Nice Italian restaurant, home made food, within walking distance. Good pizza.
This was a great spot to be close to all the casinos and a wonderful beach across the street. I'd go here again. It was clean and the pool looked inviting, although I didn't go swimming. No one was at the bonfire they have for everyone that was more of a propane fire in a huge rock fireplace. If you stay near the right side as you go in, there will be noise from the local bar behind the fence, but if you stay in site off to the other side, it'll be fine. However, there are quite a few trains that travel by and love to blow their horns in the wee hours of the morning, but if one was to stay anywhere in Biloxi, you're going to have to put up with their trains. I'd recommend going to the Bubba Shrimp Restaurant while you're there, it's incredible.
In my opinion, this is a great campground for one to be located in a city such as New Orleans. It's out off the beaten path, down a road off the highway that you would first think "really", but as you drive past old broken down warehouses and a nice marina, you drive into the campground/resort and it's really quite nice. Secure too. You feel safe here. There's a huge restaurant with nice live bands at night. An endless pool with a Jacuzzi. Rent boats, jet skis here. Some lots have their own Jacuzzi and a grill! Watch the ships and boaters drive by during the day on the river. A shuttle for $6 brings you into New Orleans. They'll plan tours for you too at the office with nice store, however, we did take a tour on our own and saved a bunch by driving ourselves to Cajun Swamp Tour about 30 miles or so back eastward. Great tour, by the way. Clean sites though, not a lot very big though, but being in New Orleans and 6 miles to downtown is great. I'd go here again in a heartbeat.
Stayed one night passing through; a good distance to the highway 10 and once we arrived, we were shown our site via their golf cart which was fine, but once we parked and hooked up we noticed lots of ant hills, dog messes, including clumps of hair balls. They had lots of sites available, so was not sure why they cramped everyone together. Price reflects TT discount.
Good for one night passing through. My price reflects TT discount. Plenty of sites to choose from. Not much of a camp store, but there was a fairly big quickie mart and gas on your way to the campground from the highway. Easy on / easy off from the highway. A few people live there year round whom were nice old retired men. I didn't use their bathrooms and laundry, but they looked nice. Lots were clean where we used a pull through sight.