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Posted: 08/23/20 02:56pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thinking about going to the Florida panhandle heading west to Louisiana Grand Isle SP the end on October/early November. That is, if Marco and/or Laura (hurricanes/storms) leave things in tact. We'd be leaving Fort Pickens, FL and having a night over at either Fairview-Riverside State Park or Tickfaw State Park.
A 26' motor home, using 30amp electric, water not needed, but dump facilities would be nice.
Which of those two do you prefer & why? Or is there a better park near there? Been to Fontainebleau State Park and rather not repeat. Don't want the New Orleans scene or city sights.
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When we lived in that area we liked Fairview-Riverside. 50 Amp and water and WI-FI. Has a few with sewer but they are reserved for handicap. Several good restaurantshttps://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurants-g40293-Madisonville_Louisiana.html and you are close to lake Ponchartrain


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Posted: 08/24/20 11:27am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Just remember. There's gators and water moccassins in that part of the US and they tend to get displaced by bad storms. Watch yourselves and your pets. A gator can outrun a dog.


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