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Old 12-05-2011, 08:26 PM   #1
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New Orleans for 2nd week Dec.

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We stayed at Ponchartrain Landing. We have Passport America, so it was 1/2 price. It's not cheap but is a few miles outside the city and has a shuttle that drops & picks you up in the French Quarter. There's an rv park right at the edge of the city but I did not feel comfortable staying there, although there are many folks that do. Look at rvparkreviews.com for reviews of New Orleans parks.
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I would second missourijan's recommendation of Ponchartrain Landing. We stayed there in early November.
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We stayed at Ponchartrain Landing. We have Passport America, so it was 1/2 price. It's not cheap but is a few miles outside the city and has a shuttle that drops & picks you up in the French Quarter. There's an rv park right at the edge of the city but I did not feel comfortable staying there, although there are many folks that do. Look at rvparkreviews.com for reviews of New Orleans parks.
I'll third that. Great place to stay and close to downtown. We enjoyed a week there in Sept.
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French Quarter RV park, two blocks from French Quarter,
easy walk to Bourbon street in the daytime, 5.00 cab when
dark. Right off I-10, if you want to be close to this great city,
and are not looking for trees and "camping" this is a great location.
here is the link : French Quarter RV Resort - French Quarter RV Resort
You'll need to run your AC blower all night to drown out
the traffic but, on balance, this is a good base to see the city.
We stayed a week...
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