The weather is slowly but surely warming up to normal springtime Texas temperatures in San Antonio. Sunny days in the 70’s and 80’s are expected for the next week meaning that it’s the perfect time to get outside before it’s way too hot! Check out some of our very favorite San Antonio outdoor activities.
Enjoy 20 acres of water fun at Splashtown Waterpark! Featuring more than 50 different rides and attractions, there’s something for every age at Splashtown. Careen down 6 twisting and turning slides to get your thrills. Then relax in the lazy river or play with younger kids in the Crystal Falls Lagoon, a shallow area featuring waterfalls and short slides. There’s even basketball and volleyball courts for a bit of out-of-water playing. Picnic areas and lounge chairs are also scattered throughout the park. While you’re there, be sure to ride StarFlight, a 5 story slide that sends riders through a twisting tube before plunging into the pool at the end. Splash around in the wave pool before hitting the Serpentines where you’ll choose from three different curvy slides, Viper, Python, or Cobra, then wind your way down 800 feet before tumbling into the pool at the bottom. With so much to do, the kids will be begging to return over and over! For more information about the park, visit this link.
Have you ever wanted to ride a segway? Well, now is your chance! The funny two-wheeled contraptions are perfect for touring the flat city. After a quick orientation and safety briefing, you’ll be sailing through the streets of San Antonio. The tour starts at the city’s most famous historical site – The Alamo. Next cruise on over to the San Fernando Cathedral, which was built in 1734, before hitting Houston Street where you’ll see the Tower of the Americas, which was built for the 1968 World’s Fair as the tallest observation tower in the country. Bring a camera because you’ll have plenty of chances to stop and take photos while listening to your knowledgeable tour guide. See all these things and more on this 1.5 hour tour through San Antonio. For more information about the tour, visit this link.