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We camped here for a week while visiting our hometown and relatives. Unfortunately, there was a storm and we got deluged with rain most days with periods on no rain and sun. Still it is a beautiful park with friendly and helpful staff. The bathrooms...More
Fontanbleu has some good sites and some up close, in your face sites. I prefer a bit of space. Go to the backside, considered more primitive but you're right next to regular sites. Great walking area, down to the water, early morning sunrise, good birding;...More
We stayed in a beautiful cottage on stilts over Lake Pontchartrain where we had beautiful accommodations, a clear view of sunrises and sunsets. visits by pelicans and egrets and blissful quiet. The park has camping facilities from primitive to RV and the cabins which house...More
NIce park on Lake Pontchartrain. We were there on a Tuesday morning in November and it was empty. The wild hogs must have been hungry because they had torn up the grass throughout the whole park but we didn't actually see any.
Was unable to book one of the cabins over the lake during our visit but I made sure we took time to explore the park on a day pass. The visitor center at the sugar mill ruins was closed but we still enjoyed the short...More
We have visited the park a couple of times. Passed through just to check the place out before but this time we reserved a cabin and we really enjoyed it. The cabins are all over the water and are accessible via a long wooded ramp....More
In the cabin I was in, Cabin 9 the master bedroom had a bedliner but I am not sure about the bunk beds as no one slept on them, So I would recommend yeah bring your own liner, although the cabins are really clean
I have never been to La. I feel that it's about time I check it out. I LOVE my alligators. I also love the idea of the bayous. I was thinking of staying at a bed and breakfast in Houma for a few days. Is Houma in a good place for that? I am also thinking of spending a couple days in New Orleans. I need to find a cheaper place to stay. Still looking for that. My husband is worried how safe it is. We are driving down, so is there an area that is better for parking? We are also thinking of...More
November 04, 2009|
Yes, around Houma is a good place to check out the bayous. There are some good tours from there. I know nothing about the bed and breakfast. There are several inexpensive places to stay in NOLA. In what area are you interested? The Garden District, CBD, Marigny and the Quarter are all very safe areas. Parking can be a problem and is very expensive unless you find a place that includes it. The Provincial Hotel on Chartres includes parking. Other inexpensive places to stay include the St....More