We are giving this RV Park a "10" for Excellent (for "our purposes"). We are full timers, retired and enjoy "adult RV Parks." No pool, kids slides, etc - just a nice parking spot. Group Campfire was next to us and almost every night folks sat around enjoying Grand Isle. If only the owners of some of the other parks we have stayed in could be 1/2 as nice as these folks. Everything stated above about them is true. We came for 2 weeks and spent a whole month - $100 a week. If you are looking for an "action packed" RV Park or city - don't go to Grand Isle. If you like the ultimate "kick back life style" you will be in luck. Beach is just across the street and a morning walk (or run) is just beautiful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was great. Like all the rest on the island, it is small and intimate, but the owners were great - very friendly and accommodating. They even offered to lend us their car to see more of the island, which we declined, but greatly appreciated the offer. The Wi-Fi works great. I work daily from the motorhome and had no problems with connection. Walked to the beach and the small store from the park. Also had laundry facilities, which is the main reason we stay at any campground. No showers or washroom though. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First off this is NOT the nicest RV park in Grand Isle, as previously stated: the State Park is the nicest. But this more than likely the friendliest RV park in town. The owners are great, full of information, and quite the fisherman. They took us out, we caught fish and had a great time. Both are very up on local history and very willing to share their knowledge. Park is clean, no shade, spaces are tight, but all the commercial RV parks in town are that way. Concrete pads are handy and new. Verizon cell service: voice and data were excellent. We would come here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here in February for a few days and this is the best park on Grand Isle. Mind you, Grand Isle is almost like a different country, so don't be expecting outrageous large RV parks like some places in Arizona, but if you want to have a fabulous beach and like a bohemian feel to the community, this is THE place to be in Louisiana. The park is basic, but better than any other on the island. Onsite laundry is a rarity and they have it. Not to mention walking distance to the grocery and the small store in the gas station that also makes fabulous pizza. There's also a few bars and restaurants nearby. When busy season hits, walking to these places is gold! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.