Some people would say $120 is too much to spend for an RV spot.
But sometimes location is everything. And that's what makes the French Quarter RV Resort in New Orleans worth the steep price.
You have to give the park its due. It's well run, with excellent internet. The pool, shower, laundry and fitness room are all top notch.
Sites are large and classy. Our site was a "premium," which meant that it came with a screened gazebo, a nice extra. We found ourselves sitting outside most nights during our stay in New Orleans.
Best of all, of course, is the location to the French Quarter. You can easily walk to bars and restaurants, even at night. The park is gated, with 24-hour security.
It's rare to find an RV park in the middle of the city. French Quarter RV Park delivers high quality for the money. Be aware, however, that during major tourist events in New Orleans, prices there go even higher for premium sites.
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