We decided to make the stop to see the Houmas Plantation the night before, since it was an hour west of where we were staying and would eat up alot of driving time going back in that direction. Our only worry was if both of our RV's could fit in the parker lot being almost 65 ft long. Luckily it was not to crowed and we both found a spot although I did have to unhook the car to maneuver around a traffic island. We had a few minutes before the tour started so we wondered around the front yard area checking out the massive 500 + year
We finally arrived at the Bayou Segnette State Park around 6:30 and with only one attendant and a lot of fisherman trying to get into the park it took quite awhile to get checked in. For a friday night the place was pretty empty and with nice big sites it was easy to get backed in and setup. I quickly noticed we had no power and checked the breaker along with my Progressive Surge Guard unit to confirm an issue. I checked with Joe who was parked next to us and he mentioned he had power, but a further checked now showed no power. Since it was late we rushed back to the office in hopes of catching someone to fix the issue. The park police came down and mentioned that these site had issues in the past and that we should move. We moved a few sites down and all was good, but now it was almost 8 and I was beat. So Michelle whipped up a few light items and called it a night.
|One of the campsite at Bayou Signette|