Unlike many RV parks on the water, this one has a very large water frontage which means there are not just a few spots on the water - there is an entire row. All are full cement pads with wood chips covering the sand, so none is tracked into the RV. They have quite a good activity schedule which keeps things hopping many of the nights. The only downside is that the back row is awfully close to a major highway, there are only two male and two female shower / toilet combos, so look out for rush hour. We had difficulty connecting to the WiFi and it could be very slow. Our price was waterfront in February, 2013.
We made the mistake of staying here even though the park was essentially packed with full timers working on area oil and energy projects. It had poured rain for two days before we arrived and we were told that we would have a temporary space with full hook up on a gravel spot. That spot ended up being a lake. We were not certain where to park and no one would come over to give us directions. While we had water, cable and electricity, the sewer hookup was a portable container. They said they would hook it up and drain our RV, but they never did. It was not a big deal for me to hook it up, and they pulled it away and drained it. The huge lake of a parking spot was the biggest problem. There were three showers / toilet combos a fair swim away. There were no paper towels, so I guess no one washed their hands, but the showers were clean. If you get a permanent spot - many are cement pads - your experience will be better.
For a special treat, use the men's toilet off the TV room (not the shower combo). Flush it twice first. It fills with hot water, quite a sensation when sitting down. I guess that is Cajun plumbing.
The park is near several of the plantations, but if we go back, we will stay out further near I-10 at one of those RV parks, unless this one has real spots available.
We would stay here again. It is very nice and clean with modern showers and restrooms. The only negatives are that some areas of the park have a bit of noise from I-10, and there is very little nearby.
This RV Park seems like almost an afterthought by the owners. It is located between a bayou and I-10 next to another business that is also owned by the RV park. The electrical connections look dangerous with wires hanging out of some of them. There is one restroom / shower. But it is inexpensive and there are not many area alternatives. Just try to stay away from the storage yard that has a couple of occasionally barking watchdogs.
This is a very nice park with great views. It is two turns off of I-10 with no noise from the roadway. Nice restrooms. Extremely fast WiFi.
One reviewer said the sites are close together, but we walked around the park and they are pretty standard to us. The only surprise is that perhaps half the sites do not have 50A service. The 50A part looked pretty full with longer term rentals.
This was our last RV Park after driving 3500 miles. The sites are great with cement pads. The bathrooms and showers maybe the nicest of the trip. This park is located near I-5, but far enough away that there is no noise. Walking distance from a Carl, Jr. burgers.
But while the WiFi signal was strong, the Internet speed was so slow as to make it unusable.
We drove across the US and I think this was the best of our trip. The sites are level and it is partially wooded with many of them along a lake (those with children take note of the water). The owner was great, the bathrooms were clean and warm during a cold snap in November. The WIFI service was snappy. The only downside is that part of the grounds are across from a not so scenic, but quiet, permanent mobile home park.
This KOA is located near the intersection of two interstates. Although it is a far distance away, one of them can be heard clearly.
The sites are located on a hilly area, typical of western PA. The sites are level with gravel.
The restrooms are old and marginal, but clean.
Because they cannot get DSL or cable, the WIFI is very slow via satellite.
The people are very nice and they are open year around.
If we were to travel this way again, we would search for alternatives, but this is acceptable.
A nice quiet campground but I suspect it can get rowdy when there is activity in the next door fairgrounds. Good level sites. Shower head pressure could be higher. My shower controller was backwards with hot water to the right - an easy fix - just turn the cartridge 180 degrees. We were here two days and the men's toilets remained dirty, but the floors and showers were clean. No cable TV and I could not get NBC or CBS over the air.
It is nice to finally stay at a RV park that is not inches from the Interstate.
This maybe a nice KOA, but we are here in mid-November, called ahead to reserve, since we were arriving late, and they assigned us the spot nearest the Interstate with the weakest WIFI signal. There is some poor guy next to us even though there are plenty of empty spaces in much quieter areas and the park is at best 1/4 full. This speaks volumes as to how much they care about their customers. If you stay here, demand a spot away from the droning traffic.