This RV Park is 2-3 blocks from the French Quarter and was a great place from which to base our New Orleans visit. Signage from I-10 was clear, and but we would suggest avoiding rush hours 7-9a and 3-7p for arrival and departure. The park is gated and we felt very safe. Site surface is pavers, and the park drive is one-way. After entering the gate, pull forward, rather than turning. Concierge service has been very helpful: in fact, they made our city tour reservation complete with pickup at the RV park, and suggested a great pizza delivery restaurant. Walking to the French Quarter has provided needed exercise. The food in the city is fantastic! Wi-Fi works well from the site. A very small pool, laundry, and hot tub are available. No activities for children, including no bicycling within the compact park. Since this park is in the city, expect to hear traffic noise from I-10.
Price state includes sales and local taxes. Topsail Hill continues to be our very favorite state park. The park is clean with paved streets and is both family friendly and adult friendly. The beach is beautiful and without commercialism, though this year jelly fish were problematic. This park is very Big Rig and bicycle friendly. We love its tall pines. The laundromat was clean and functional. Wi-Fi is not available, and we found ATT service to be limited as well. The pool is small but was heated this year. Just outside the park, a paved bicycle path makes riding or jogging into the village of Oceanside very pleasant. Nearby restaurant and seafood market, Goatfeathers, is our new favorite and Lucilles's Gossip Parlour, a coffee and ice cream shop, had free Wi-Fi.
Our visit to Ho-Hum was without reservations, so the only available site was a very narrow one which did not allow us to open slides on both sides of our rig. While the park is on the Gulf, just 16 sites are waterfront. The staff was super friendly and helpful. The laundry room was clean and efficient and the Wi-Fi worked well from our site. Ho-Hum was a great place to relax from our travels, and there is a narrow fishing pier that seems to be popular with guests.
Skidaway Island State Park is a beautiful setting with well-marked trails for hiking through a southern woods to a lookout on the intracoastal. Reservations do not identify a specific site -- it's first come, first served -- we were glad to have arrived shortly after check in time at 1 p.m. All sites, mostly spacious, are pull thru, but the paved campground roads tend to be narrow and some sites have overhanging limbs that make them unfriendly for Big Rigs. The drive from I-95 is too long for just an overnight, but this park makes a great location from which to base several days of Savannah touring. Wi-Fi was available at the park office pavilion but not at the sites.