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After a great weekend at NomadFEST in Wellington (TX), we headed back to Alabama to finish our Airstream Renovation. The French Quarter RV Resort was a perfect stopping point to enjoy two final days of vacation!
The price of this park is no joke! We payed a total of $270 for two night – yikes 😬 But, as you’ll see below, it was well worth it.
Here’s the Breakdown:
French Quarter RV Resort Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
French Quarter RV Resort GPS: 29.9618, -90.0731
Date / Temp: We camped here for two days in late October. The weather was amazing – we had highs of 70 degrees and lows in the 50s. The blue skies and light winds made exploring the town by foot very enjoyable.
Amenities: This resort offers standard amenities that we’ve come to expect with the word “Resort” in the title. The French Quarter RV Resort offers a small pool and hot tub located in a vibey courtyard. They have a small fitness room, rec room and 4 private uni-sex bathrooms with showers.
Location, location, location!!!
We’re paying for location when staying here. And, of all the amenities, it’s location is the best! The resort is only 5 blocks from the heart of the French Quarter.
Wifi / Cell: We received a 4G LTE signal with both AT&T (using our WeBoost Cell Booster). The speeds were great. The French Quarter RV Resort has wifi available in the club house, but it doesn’t reach the RV sites.
Noise: The spaces are situated pretty close to each other, and close to the interstate. It’s not a quiet park – but, you’re in the heart of New Orleans….so what do you expect?!
Grocery / Errands: Many gas stations & stores are within a two mile radius. It’s a big city – you can get anything you need.
Dog Friendly: The resort is dog friendly. They have doggy waste bags available throughout the park. Outside the main gate is a grassy city park, great for a short walk.
Entertainment: We enjoyed the culture and energy of the city while camping here. There is so much food, art, music and storytelling in New Orleans. If you’re a first time visitor, you won’t be able to soak it all in the first stay.
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