Blazing Star RV Resort
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Blazing Star SA Texas
Our family normally stays in state parks but has stayed at several private RV parks and have to say this is one to added to to the keeper list.
Very well maintained, clean facilities, and very nice bath houses. Nice sized pool for the kido's, and a friendly staff. Traffic within the site is low, felt safe with the kids riding bikes and scooters. Very close to Sea World and not to far from Fiesta Texas. Great stopping point for a few day stay.
Sites are close together, recommend mid-level site, on the weekend traffic noise was not bad, but during the week it was loud at times, so not a quite relaxing place to get away. Have to pay for Internet connection per device per day (~$4/day).
Overall a little pricey, but a nice facility.
Pricey but pleasant.
This is my first ever RV park stay so take this with a grain of salt (stayed here just after purchasing my Airstream at a dealer up the block). I've stayed in State Park campgrounds before and so was a little shocked at the price here: $54 a night for a premier site. Aside from the price everything was fine. Concrete pad was level and there were a few trees surrounding my site. I had no neighbors on this stay so my site was especially quiet (it seems that most people go with the less expensive sites farther back on the property). The owner was very friendly. There is highway noise by the premier site, oddly enough, but the farther back on the property you go the less street noise there is. All in all this was a good entree into the world of RV parking.
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We stayed at The Blazing Star outside of San Antonio, Texas for two nights…The looky-loo review gives it a paws up. It is very clean, well-organized and has a nice pool and laundry facility.
It is about 20 minutes outside of San Antonio. The campgrounds that are closer in to the city are in a bit of a sketchier neighborhood, so we passed and stayed outside of the city. If you were visiting with plans to go to Sea World, this is the place,it is minutes away.
The bathrooms were nice, clean, decent hot water.. and each room was private with bath/toilet/etc. Very nice instead of a large room with just stalls for showers.
Also, 99% of the people we were camping around had large bus RV’s and never even used the bath house.
The big negative, and reason we didn’t stay longer and see the city a bit more was cost.It starts at $45 a night, so two nights in and we were out a benjamin.With long term travel plans, this is not ideal.We needed to stop somewhere with good availability to supplies we still needed,and this fit the bill and served it’s purpose, but we couldn’t linger.
If price is not an issue,except for the fact that you are packed in next to your neighbors,(unlike you would be if a state park were available), the place was great.
Stayed here new years 2010.
Very clean park with activities, although the clubhouse was closed for the holiday. The park is about 2miles from Seaworld so very convenient if you're planning a trip there. If you're used to spots with lots of room and trees, move on. This is a typical city rv place with small pads and no fire pit. We paid $50 per night for a "premium" spot that did have one tree. The park is also dog friendly. Sites are concrete and level.