Discover a motherload of bluebonnets on the stretches of road around the San Antonio metropolitan area. Fields of the dazzling state flower beg for an afternoon of picture-taking. Wildflowers start blooming in March and peak in April, though the fields remain colorful through early June, depending on rainfall.
Get birdy at the Mitchell Lake Audubon Center, home to 600-acre Mitchell Lake and the adjacent wetlands. The outdoor center is renowned among birders as one of the top birding spots in the region.
Phone: (210) 207-8480
An abundance of fire hydrants. Water fountains just off the ground. It's a dog's dream, now available at six San Antonio Dog Parks!
The San Pedro Springs are located a few miles northwest of downtown San Antonio and the Alamo. They emerge at an elevation of about 663' through a fault at the base of a limestone bluff.
Son’s Island, at Lake Placid - located a short drive away, between New Braunfels and Seguin, TX - is a beautiful, three and a half acre island paradise! You access this private hideaway by driving across a 100 foot long wooden bridge and once you do, you discover a very special place. Large cypress and pecan trees outline the perimeter of our over 4,000 feet of lakefront land.
The family-friendly rodeo and live music series starts the first weekend in March and continues each Saturday through the last weekend in November. Also, If you are looking for a complete Texas experience, then Tejas Rodeo Company is the perfect place to host your next event or special occasion.