A bit of a drive from the highway, located in town. The staff was friendly. We were given a site that wasn't even close to what the on line pictures showed. We were parked way in the back along a gravel strip, not a tree in sight! It was very quiet. The washrooms, laundry room, club room were very nice! There was even a covered deck with patio sets to sit and relax while your laundry was being done. Again, like most RV parks the WiFi was slow when you could get on. We camped here overnight.
Easily located along the highway. (Old KOA campground). Staff was very friendly. The gravel site was a good size and fairly level. The full washrooms were clean. We enjoyed our dinner at the cafe on site, good food for a reasonable dollar. No cable offered here and while there was WiFi, it was very poor. We were told it worked well in the cafe but I didn't bother. We noticed some cats wandering around which might explained the "droppings" around our RV site or: pet owners not picking up. It was very quiet at night and the road noise from the highway was minimal.
Our navigation took us on a long tour of San Antonio to find Travelers World. It is in a not so grand location, but once you are in the park it is very nice. Staff was great, friendly and offered us many brochures and shared parks activities with us. Our site was gravel and level but located right beside the pool. While for some this may be great, for us it wasn't. We could hear kids screaming by the pool and even adults talking so loud in the hot tub right in our RV. The park is huge with nicely paved roads with trees and grass at the sites. The playground was being redone while we were here. While the washrooms were clean, it was strange that the actual washroom did not have any locks on the swinging short doors. We stayed for a few days to wait out the rain. It was very quiet at night.
Easily found off two highways, friendly staff, sites were all open sites, no trees, all pull-throughs and a bit narrow for our RV. It had recently rained so it was very mushy and muddy. The free morning breakfast was great! Washrooms are super clean with your own shower. Not far from groceries or entertainment. While they did have cable connections, the stations you do get are not clear, and WiFi was difficult to log into and long to connect. There was a sports field behind the resort that had stadium lights on at night. It was very bright but once you were in your RV it was fine.
River's Edge is a quaint, rustic RV camp easily located off the interstate. Staff was very friendly and welcoming. Sites were extra wide with gravel and fairly level. Washrooms, while older were very clean and well looked after. You are located not far from a military base so we did hear two jets go by in the afternoon, but night time was very quiet and peaceful. I would stop here again.
Park staff were friendly, gave us a coupon for a super restaurant in Slidell. The park itself was older, very narrow pads, it had rained and rained and rained, so the grounds were spongy, a lot of the park was flooded. The restrooms were clean but old. They charged us $55 plus tax because we stayed during Mardi Gras. No value for our money there. No Cable TV, but WiFi worked okay. Looks like lots of older trailers live here. Easy to find and fairly quiet.