Again, you get what you pay for. This place is astronomically priced at $108, but given the options in New Orleans, worth the $. The cost keeps out the riff-raff (sorry, riff-raff… but I doubt you know who you are), and affords a true resort in the city. The place is not huge, but it is beautiful. Main building looks very NOLA, all brick and ironwork. The drives and spaces are all patterned brick, cobblestone and grass, lots of places for hot-paws to walk, large sites (I paced one pad at 48’), with double wide for your toad or all the set up you would like. They are all back in, so if you’ve not learned to back your rig yet, NOLA is not the place for you. Great hook ups (even those are pretty pedestals), ground level dump access (no walking that line… one of my peeves), the best cable I’ve encountered in all my travels, but no Wi-Fi except in the office. They had band-sucker issues and are working on a solution. They do have extra amenities like an ice machine, a lovely air conditioned Lobby, a very well equipped and beautiful computer room/office for guests, and beautiful screened gazebos in some of the sites. There is a lovely pool in a French Quarter type courtyard feel, with cascade jacuzzi and a very well equipped work out room, as well as a small laundry. The office is helpful and professional, booking tours and such, and called me when a package I had ordered was delivered. The main plus of this place is, of course, the location; which is what you’re paying for. It is a very short walk to the Hop on Hop Off bus terminal (3 minutes; basically across a parking lot), which takes you all over the city. It is a very manageable walk (15 minutes) to downtown, Bourbon Street, the Garden District, or the river. Right outside the gate is an inner-city park with loads of grass and a nice walk, if you’re comfortable with inner city parks. Caught a great basketball game with some of the local kids, and discovered the stable area right across the park where the city Carriage Horses are stabled! Neat to look in at all the carriages and get my pony fix. Reviews about the area are over dramatic. I would not walk it alone at night, no. But then, there are few unfamiliar places I would walk at night alone. This is, indeed, the perfect place to see New Orleans if you’re an RV’er.