We called to see if a spot was available for a 26 foot class c We were told to fill out a form at the door and we could settle up in the morning. the owner must have ptst , very rude.
We should have read reviews before we pulled in. price was more than advertised. wifi was on but no bandwidth. no restaurant. only 1/2 the sights have sewer.
if you have another's option take it
great place for a plugin
Drove out here in Mid July 2015. There is a open gate to the property with a "no trespassing" sign on it. We wanted to pay our respects but didn't want to interact with the people living there. You can go to google street view and go inside the gate. Nice to know where it happened but not much to see.
In the 1920s, Ned McIlhenny began enhancing the natural beauty of Avery Island with exotic botanical specimens from around the world. Under the magnificent live oaks shrouded with Spanish moss, he planted hundreds of varieties of camellias, azaleas, juniper, iris, and bamboo.
Great music great venu