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San Antonio offers Texas-sized adventures and attractions for folks of all ages, from theme and water parks to caves and outdoor playgrounds.
Just across the street from campus, the 343-acre Brackenridge Park winds along the San Antonio River. Along with canopies of trees and walking and jogging trails, you can take a miniature train all the way around the park. Don't forget to feed the ducks at the river!
Phil Hardberger Park is an oasis in the heart of San Antonio's north side. The 311-acre park features walking trails, picnic tables, playgrounds, and an enclosed dog park.
The latest expansion of the River Walk created the Mission Reach, connecting San Antonio's historic missions with hike and bike trails, kayaking excursions, and natural landscaping.
The San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium, the nation’s third oldest zoo, houses more than 8,500 animals of 779 species and is the only zoo in the country with a designated area for children age 5 and younger.
Natural Bridge Caverns is a vast limestone cavern carved over millions of years by underground water and features formations such as “soda straw” stalactites and waves of “cave ribbon” and hanging “chandeliers.” From May to October, watch millions of bats spiral out of Bracken Cave during the nightly Bracken Bat Flight.
Cascade Caverns in Boerne is the only cavern in Texas with a 100-foot waterfall.
Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort in New Braunfels reigns as one of the nation’s most popular for good reason: 65 acres of wet fun for everyone in the family. With 20 landscaped acres of cool, clean water excitement, Splashtown San Antonio has something fun for every age.
Morgan’s Wonderland is the only ultra-accessible park in the world.