Park is very hard to get to. If you miss the entrance which is poorly marked, you will have to drive down to a very busy street to uturn back down the freeway, go through a cloverleaf on the freeway(very dangerous merging of traffic) and come back down the other side of the freeway.\r
Trailer park next door is unsightly and occupants wander thru RV park at all hours. There is no security between the trailer park and the RV area. Full timers at this park told us things had a habit of walking off if left unattended. Police cars were in the immediate area behind us in the trailer park 4 times one night and several times on other occations. Security lights might help if they were repaired when burnt out. If you are not self contained (lucky we were) the bathrooms and laundry facilities are locked up early at night. ie go in the bushes\r
Sewer system kept overflowing in the back of the park causing a very bad smell at times. This is an ongoing problem we were told by several of the full timers at the park. Management blamed the problem on the trailer park next door, which we found was owned by the same company.\r
Management is hard to get along with if you have any complaints or problems. Had if you don't like it, go somewhere else additude.\r
Park is NOT designed for larger RV's, turns are tight, not clearly marked in any fashion and very poorly maintained driveway like roads in park.\r
Lot of noise from construction next door, started at 5 am and if Lackland Air Base is doing any type of training, lot of noise from it.\r
Lot of noise from general area, freeway, neighborhood, gun shots. Not a park we would recommend to anyone.\r
NOTE. Also saw that park had electric AND water meters for RV hookup charges. We were told that it was for anyone staying more than 15 days, they would be charged\r
During all of our stops in many parks around the county, we have never had as poor of an experiance as we had here. We will return to San Antonio, but will stay at another park. \r
Pros: Close to base hospital if you that is why you are here.... Or suddenly need one.
Cons: This appears to be a 40 unit Trailer Park converted to a RV parking lot....