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May 1, 2020

Weekend Outdoor Activities

Now that it’s time to reopen our city slowly and as safely as possible, the team at SA Social Calendar has a few recommendations on outdoor activities you can try this weekend if you can’t wait to get outside. If you have any other recommendations feel free to send them our way here! San Pedro Springs […]

Now that it’s time to reopen our city slowly and as safely as possible, the team at SA Social Calendar has a few recommendations on outdoor activities you can try this weekend if you can’t wait to get outside. If you have any other recommendations feel free to send them our way here!

San Pedro Springs Park – Easily one of the best parks in San Antonio, San Pedro Springs has a zero-entry pool, a skate park, a theater, tennis courts, and more.

Located at 2200 N Flores, San Antonio, TX 78212

Denman Estate Park – Gilbert Denman Estate Park offers our residents the opportunity to enjoy quality time with their family and friends in the great outdoors.  Pack a picnic lunch and head out to the park to enjoy the fresh air and sunshine today. Walk the trail and view the beautiful Korean monument, hand-crafted by artisans from our sister city Gwangju, Korea.

Located at 7735 Mockingbird Ln, San Antonio, TX 78229

Hemisfair – Cooped up with the restless kiddos? The Yanaguana Garden at Hemisfair is OPEN! If you visit, they’re asking that you practice proper social distancing and stay 6-feet away from others. 

Located at 434 S Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78205

Chris Park – Chris Park opened in 2005 to celebrate the life of Christopher Goldsbury, the son of late philanthropist and artist Linda Pace. The park features lush foliage, inviting walkways, areas of repose, sites of play and most significantly, encounters with art. Artist Teresita Fernández conceived the visual experiences throughout the park. 

Located at 111 Camp St, San Antonio, TX 78204

Pearsall Park – The trails are scenic, wildlife abundant, and skate park is hoppin’. They also have a bark park, event stage, basketball courts, picnicking areas, and the largest playground in the city.

Located at 4838 Old Pearsall Rd, San Antonio, TX 78242

Mission Adventure Tours – Re-opening May 2nd. 9am to 4pm. Both Kayak tours are available! King William District & Espada Park. Rental includes: kayak, paddle, and life jacket.

Madrone Trails – Nice and rocky 7.6 mile trail that winds it’s way through a peninsula on Canyon Lake. This is a popular mountain biking trail as there are lot of rocky challenges. Cool off in the lake after a hike or ride. Park fee may apply.

Located at Canyon Park Rd, Canyon Lake, TX 78133

San Antonio Zoo – The San Antonio Zoo is launching their first ever drive-thru experience this weekend. With this new experience, you’ll see most of what the zoo has to offer while maintaining safe social distancing measures. For just $60 per car, you can see their big cats, bears, and other majestic animals all from the comfort of your car! Pass holders and members can receive a special discounted price of $32 per car. Pass holders and members must present their pass and can purchase discounted tickets for the day of their tour at the drive-thru zoo entrance (even if the date is sold out). Face masks are to be worn if you need to exit the vehicle to use the public restrooms.

Hopefully these options give you a new idea of where to explore now that you have probably overdone the same bike/run/walking trails. As always feel free to reach out to us if you have any additional recommendations that you feel are worth a try.