We stayed at the Country Breeze for a month. It was spacious and had partial cement pads. There were spaces with shade, but were occupied with long term campers. All though the park has new managers, the park was in need of a lot of electrical work. While we stayed there, we had many times where the main breaker on the pole got flipped. It was very windy with no protection and the water seemed to shut off or slow to a trickle at night. Which was not very convenient after a hot day when a shower was wanted. A cemetery was close to some of the sights, and it frequently had many visitors all hours of the night. We heard many of the campers complain about the electric and water. The air also smelled of oil and left an oily residue on everything. We would not stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the same campground that used to be known as "Fort Retire," now under new ownership and management. We have stayed here four times over the last several years. We use it as a base to visit and take care of business in San Antonio. We like it because it is quiet -- no road noise -- and fairly dark. The campground is largely long-term residents, but that is certainly not a problem. The owners live on site and manage the campground. The are extremely helpful and accommodating, remembering you from one visit to the next. The campground is fairly simple with few frills, which is not an issue for use since we do not use clubhouses, etc. It gets the job done very well. It is clean and well kept and, as already noted, quiet. The new owners have added lights which we would prefer not to have as we like the darkness, but that is not a big issue. Most of the shady sites are taken by long-term residents but the sites are nice and big and level with good services. It is a ways into San Antonio, but is easy to do and on fast freeways. We checked out several of the parks in and around San Antonio and clearly prefer this one. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older park but with a lot of work going on. The current owners have been here about 1-1/2 years and are working hard to update. The sites are tight but adequate and clean. The park was quiet except for a few early morning folks headed to work. The owners are very friendly and helpful. The park is convenient to San Antonio but a little out of the way. We had a nice shaded spot. We will stay here again. The price was based on a weekly rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has brand new owners, and they are very accommodating. There are lots of shade trees and plenty of places to walk your pet. The park is quiet and off the beaten path. Needs better signs directing traffic to the location. The owners said they had signs ordered, so this shouldn't be a problem in the future. Easy access to south San Antonio, Lackland AFB etc. We encountered a lot of flies, which we believe came from an ill-kept pasture behind the park, not part of the park. Good lighting, and satellite dishes at every site and individual gas lighting. Concrete pads made leveling easy. The owners have grand plans so this is a park to watch. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.