We had a great visit, though - like other reviewers - we couldn't get anyone to answer the phone. We got stuck in a 2-hr accident jam that almost put us arriving after dusk, and after the gates were supposed to close. I called the office repeatedly, called the reservation line and called the management system for Louisiana Parks, which couldn't get through. Luckily, we arrived in time. The sites are open and spacious. There's a nice treeline running behind the sites. August is hot and muggy, no surprise, but not a biggy with an RV. The bugs though are vicious, far worse than where we live in South Florida. But the dragonflies are huge and gorgeous. Wild hogs dug pits in the ground every night but we didn't get to see any. Bathrooms were icy cold and humid, so showering was a hassle. The wave pool offers an exhausting day of absolute fun. To get to the French Quarter cabbies will pick up at the campsite. Sadly, the ferry was closed so the cost was about three times as much. Oh, and the National Senior Pass that reduces rates in half in Louisiana, as per their Website, only applies to state residents. The campgrounds is definitely a peaceful way to experience N'Awlins.
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