Around Town in San Antonio, Texas
San Antonio River Walk
Fiesta San Antonio
San Antonio Zoo
SeaWorld San Antonio
San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo
San Antonio Museum of Art
San Antonio to Uvalde
Find the junction of the nation’s two longest highways, U.S. 90 and U.S. 83, and you’ve found the town that’s at the southwestern corner of the Hill Country. While Uvalde rests at the edge of desert, the town has a lushness owed to the three lovely rivers that mingle here, the Nueces, the Frio, and the Sabinal. You’ll find the waters perfect for canoeing, tubing, fishing, swimming, and, perhaps most important, reflecting. Nearby are adventurers’ destinations, including Garner State Park and Lost Maples State Park, the latter famous for its sensational fall foliage and a fine stand of relatively displaced big tooth maple trees.
San Antonio Children’s Museum
Lakes near San Antonio
Braunig Lake Park, Lake Calaveras, Woodlawn Lake Park, Canyon Lake, and Medina Lake are all located near San Antonio and offer a variety of beautiful locations to stroll on nature trails, fish, camp, picnic, go boating or enjoy birdwatching.