Not bad at all for an inner city park. Most sites are gravel with a brick patio pad. Washrooms are brand new, Fabulous, spotless, and very nice. They advertise a shuttle to the Alamo, but just give you a city bus schedule which sucks. We ended up driving downtown and paid $15.00 for parking which is an easy drive at maybe 10 minutes. Washer/dryers are older but work fine. Staff is very friendly. Pool is closed for renovation till late Feb 2014. Easy access to a nice paved biking/walking trail. Overall would recommend for anyone wanting to stay for a few days to visit the Alamo.
Great value, $18.00 for water & electric, free WiFi (slow) and free washer/dryers (cold water wash only). Really good hiking and biking trails, Frisbee golf, plus nice playground areas for kids. Washrooms were OK but showers could have been a lot cleaner. WiFi was very slow but worked well enough for email. Some sites are very small so go and look at available sites before paying. Overall very good value.
Considering it's in the middle of a residential neighborhood it's pretty darn good, everything is a bit jammed in but they can handle the biggest of rigs. Washrooms and showers were clean and laundry worked well, WiFi had to have the password re-entered a few times a day but it was free and fast. The free shuttle bus was a huge plus and both drivers gave great running commentary on the way downtown and back. Access from the highway was easy and shopping was close (5 min to grocery store, 10 min to Walmart). Overall would recommend 100% for anyone looking to visit New Orleans for a few days.
Not great. We used it for a one night stopover in transit and it did the job, but it was dirty (no pavement anywhere), Wi-Fi only in the office, and no cable. Access off interstate 10 was easy 5 minutes. Bathroom and shower was clean. Some washers/dryers were newer than others but all worked well. It will do in a pinch, but you are going to get your tires muddy.
Campground is OK, some sites are big & paved but very open, the back loop has some nice woodsy sites but be careful as some are smaller and especially narrower than they seem on line. Everything is sand so of course it's a bit messy but that's common at state parks near the beach. Beach is fantastic, beautiful CLEAN white "sugar sand" goes for miles and miles. Nice hiking trail (1.5 miles), access to miles of biking trails across the street from the campground. It's about 1.5 mile walk from campground to beach (you can drive over if you want).
Nice park, most sites are small, be careful if choosing on line. Washrooms are heated and clean but a bit old. The waterfall is "awe inspiring" and a must see, great hiking and biking trails. Nice small swimming lake with super soft sand beach. Not a great park but good for one or two nights so you can see the falls. Easy access to I-10.
Fantastic park, sites are very nice and have sewer hookup which is rare in a state park. Site 16 is the best. Washrooms are heated and very clean, brand new washer/dryers. The cavern tour is fantastic, biking/hiking trails are very nice. There is a swimming hole for the kids and big playground area.
Bugs, bugs, bugw!!! especially the no see ums are terrible, we came away bit to death!!! Also the seaweed on the beaches was real bad. Other than that it was fantastic, a "must go" at least once in a lifetime.
Campground has been improved a lot since the last reviews, new pool & hot tub area is very nice and all services seem to work pretty well. You have to pay for wifi which is crappy in these days. Some staff is OK and some are kind of crabby. Bathrooms are small but clean, sites are really packed in at the back. There is also a $3.00 "facility fee" per day that they don't tell you about which is BS, I'd rather that they say it's $38.00 a day rather than $35.00 per day then hit you up with an extra charge. If you include the fee and wifi it's more like $42.00 per day, still not bad for what you get.