New Orleans, LA

Spend your holidays at these five campgrounds and RV parks in New Orleans

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NEW ORLEANS, LA — New Orleans is the largest city in Louisiana, and it is never short on tour attractions. Rich history, endless music, and unique Creole cuisines can keep you hooked. But, if you prefer the quiet to the crowd and festivities at the French Quarter, head out to the Recreational Vehicle Park or RV Park and campgrounds, which are a short drive away. Check out these top five spots to park your RVs in New Orleans.

1. French Quarter RV Resort

You can find French Quarter RV Resort at 500 N. Claiborne Ave. It is gated and it offers a large hot tub, a shaded pavilion and a poolside bar. It is within a walking distance to New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum and Louis Armstrong Park. You can also find an ATM at the lobby.

2. Pelican RV Park

Pelican RV Resort and Motel is located right off Interstate 10. Close to downtown New Orleans, it features a security gate and free Wi-Fi. Each site provides space enough for two cars. You can find a restaurant called Smiley’s Grill that is open from breakfast until dinner.

3. Pontchartrain Landing

Just like the name, Pontchartrain Landing is located less than a mile away from Lake Pontchartrain. It features a playground and bar. They offer a wide variety of options for the site, from Standard site, Deluxe Waterfront Site until Presidential Site. You can also rent the large clubhouse for events.

4. Three Oaks and a Pine RV Park

Three Oaks and a Pine RV is located at 7500 Chef Menteur Hwy, slightly north of downtown New Orleans. This RC park is protected by security fencing that requires a passcode upon entry. They offer 24-hour video surveillance and an on-site laundry room. A bus stop is only across the street and Natal’s Seafood and Grill is down the road.

5. Richard’s RV Park

Richard’s RV Park is located just outside of New Orleans, at St. Bernard. They are down the street from Sebastopol Plantation, a well known historical site. You can easily see the city when you stay at the property with minimum noise and traffic. The sites are grassy, but they are level.

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