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Asked by reubenray374 | October 16, 2017
Answer: Probably not any ... we had a 37' 5th wheel and F350 Crew Cab Dually and it was extremely tight. We had to park the truck beside the trailer and could barely get into the trailer. I would phone the park and ask them your question. Perhaps they have a few special spaces for larger RVs.
Shadowberr | October 16, 2017
Asked by reubenray374 | March 24, 2018
Answer: There are several pull thrus like on a 1/2 moon that offer water views from one side. I do not think they take reservations. But please call the park and talk to the park manager. I have seen seen 41-45’ sites suggest you take a drive thru the park on your tow car. There is a site map on line I think but I do not know if it has measurements.
Oooooooo | March 26, 2018
Asked by reubenray374 | May 15, 2018
Micheal Whelan | May 16, 2018
Asked by reubenray374 | June 28, 2018
texasAUtiger | June 29, 2018
Asked by reubenray374 | June 29, 2018
Answer: Call them to ask. We are 34 with one slide and it was tight. In May you won’t be sitting outside to BBQ at night, so maybe you can snuggle into some sights. If you have a tow or a pull you might not fit. We’ve been there twice in late August and early Sept.
Doogiesmom | July 1, 2018
Date of Stay:
May, 2018 -
This park was perfect for our stay to attend the Crawfish Festival. The not enforcing the rule of loud music ruined it for us. There are signs everywhere stating loud music will not be allowed. But a few was ruining it for many with the loud music. When big speakers are posted outside the rv that is not good. We camped at Cajun Palms RV Resort in a Motorhome.
There are a lot of restaurants close by.
Date of Stay:
March, 2018 -
This park has serious issues with grades and level pads. Every motorhome in here have their front tires and maybe their rear tires off the ground. I wanted a pull-thru site for ease of leaving the next morning. I was put in #16 and there is a turn that is close to a u-turn that I have to take to get out. I had to disconnect my toad plus drive over the grass to get out. The utility connections are made more for travel trailers and fifth wheels than motorhomes. Mine was beside my toad which is a good distance away from my connection point for sewer. We camped at Wind Creek Casino RV Park in a Motorhome.
Ask for sites up front.
Date of Stay:
September, 2017 -
This is not a big rig friendly campground. I either had to have my car sticking out in the road some or I would have not been able to level any. I did not get level, but it was close enough for one night. Beware of the approach off of the main road, plus the narrow road to the campground. We camped at Bean Pot Campground in a Motorhome.