New Orleans KOA Holiday
Welcome to the closest KOA to the French Quarter and the finest food, sassiest jazz and wildest times in the South.
This KOA makes the Big Easy, well, easy! It's the KOA closest to the French Quarter and the finest food, sassiest jazz and wildest times in the South. It's a great place to recharge or use Wi-Fi in a serene setting with trees, concrete pads and grass. Sample the piquant pleasures of real Cajun cooking or the one-of-a-kind charms of the French Quarter and Bourbon Street. Bike or hike the trail on the Mississippi levee. Saunter the famous riverbanks and watch the paddle wheelers ferry back and forth as in times gone by. Visit the world-class Audubon Zoo, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas and The National WWII Museum. Let KOA's staff arrange swamp airboat trips or tours to nearby attractions such as plantations, cemeteries and casinos. Pets welcome! Pool: April 15 - October 15. Your hosts: the Feddermans.
DO NOT USE GPS! From I-10: Take Exit 223A Williams Blvd (LA 49). Go south on Williams Blvd to end (LA 48/Jefferson Highway), turn left 3/4 mile to KOA on left (Starrett Road). DO NOT USE GPS DO NOT USE GPS
This KOA - is unsurpassed. They staff is friendly.. the units are all back in.. but they helers have it "down pack". It was fun to learn they where from our home state. Make sure you follow their directions in getting there on their KOA site. Louisiana roads. Horrible.
On the plus side, bath house is immaculate, and staff is super responsive to any request for assist. However $60/nite is tooo much for a tiny spot where I could hear everything going on in the van next door and bright lights made restful sleep a challenge.
This place was really nice and have a very helpful staff except one staff person who seem like she was not having a nice day. My wife talked too this person on the phone about splitting the cost three ways before we got there and she said that would be fine, so we get there, now all of a sudden it's a pain to do. My point is. You are in a business that take payments. You have three couples who are more than wheeling to pay there share. For the sake of a argument, my wife paid the whole thing. If a task was too difficult for you. Maybe you should get someone else to do it.
Great place to stay! The grounds are neat and clean, the staff is very friendly and helpful. I’ll stay there again for sure. You may see reviews about the neighborhood location. It’s “in town” but is fine, and you can’t tell while your in the park. The shuttle service is supposed to be running soon. We drove (our dually truck) to the parking lot at the Hop-On-Hop-Off bus tour/city transportation (I highly suggest it for getting around town all day), basically at the French Quarter. Use Williams Blvd from I10 to get to the campground (most room/height for pulling our 40’ 5er).
We stayed for 13 days at the New Orleans KOA. Upon arrival the front desk was very friendly and Greg helped us back into our spot within minutes! We usually don’t need help but Greg was so helpful and efficient. He also took time to talk us through the map of fun things to do in town, where to park, where to stay away from, etc. The neighborhood isn’t the greatest but you can’t even tell once you’re in the park. Someone is doing security all night long throughout the park which was nice. Overall good price, nice laundry room and was close to all the things we wanted to do!