Enjoy the sports action of the Great American Pastime and attend a San Antonio Missions minor league baseball game at Nelson Wolff Municipal Stadium. The stadium harkens back to an old-time ballpark atmosphere. Pass the Cracker Jacks, please.
The San Antonio Missions continue a strong baseball tradition that has defined San Antonio for decades. As the Double-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres, the San Antonio Missions have proven themselves as the team to beat in the Texas League division of Minor League Baseball.
The team plays in the Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium, located on the west side of San Antonio. Shade covers most of the 9,000 seats in the stadium, and there's also room for 6,000 more fans on the grassy berms around the field.
The regular season runs from April through September and features plenty of fun for the entire family. Two mascots – Ballapeno and Henry the Puffy Taco – keep things lively between innings and at-bats.
The franchise is also known for its attention-grabbing promotions, including a "Used Car Giveaway" near the end of the regular season. The park includes plenty of concession stands with favorite ballpark fare like hotdogs, giant pretzels and funnel cakes.
San Antonio Rampage is one of 30 hockey clubs in the American Hockey League. The games are fun and affordable for the entire family. Regular season games start in October through April and playoffs run through June.
Get in the presence of greatness and take in a San Antonio Spurs game. This sports team calls the AT&T Center home, and boasts four NBA Championship titles: 1999, 2003, 2005 and 2007.
The San Antonio Spurs are the storied NBA team from the Alamo City, representing San Antonio's only major sports franchise. They are a huge force in professional basketball, winning four NBA championships, setting several NBA attendance records and winning 69.6 percent of their games since 1997, the best record in any professional sport.
The team began as the Dallas Chaparrals, playing in the now-defunct ABA league. After a shakeup between the ABA and the NBA, the Spurs were one of four teams to remain intact and transition from the ABA to the NBA. In addition, the San Antonio Spurs are the only former ABA team to win an NBA championship.
The Spurs play at the AT&T Center, a voter-approved facility specifically built as a home for the team, which previously played at the less-intimate Alamodome. The Spurs are in the Southwest Division of the Western Conference.
Notable San Antonio Spurs players through the years include George "the Iceman" Gervin in the late 1970s and early 1980s, when the team won the Midwest Division five out of six years. The Spurs then acquired David Robinson in the late 1980s, a move that turned the team into a championship contender. The addition of Tim Duncan brought the team its first championship in 1999.
The San Antonio Talons are a professional arena football team playing at the Alamodome. Their game schedule runs from March thru July and are played on Friday, Saturday or Sunday evenings.
Take a hike! One of the most gorgeous places nearby is the 8,622-acre Government Canyon State Natural Area. You'll find 40 miles of scenic hiking and biking recreation trails.
San Antonio Parks & Recreation has many Skate Park locations. One of the largest is Ladybird Johnson Park, a 10,000 sq ft facility offering a flow bowl, ledges, a rail and a new bowled concrete quarterpipe.
Hoof it at the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon and Half Marathon benefiting several charities. The race is filled with live bands playing along the race route and at the finish.
Zoom, zoom. Get around town on a Segway tour. SegCity offers two-wheeled recreation fun along the River Walk, historic King William District, La Villita, Tower of the Americas, El Mercado, the Alamo and more.
Take a dip in the lake and enjoy water sports and recreation at San Pedro Springs Park in the summer months. Or stroll through the city's second-oldest park during the cooler months.
Texas Ski Ranch is a 70-acre action sports paradise located in New Braunfels, TX. First time riders can take advantage of our incredible coaching and beginner cables. More advanced riders can charge the park and hit structures.
Go tubing! Texas' No. 1 recreational pastime involves an inner tube, a clear river, and a bunch of friends. Check out the waters along the Guadalupe, Comal, Frio, San Marcos & Blanco Rivers.
Have a blast when the sun goes down at Paintball Knights, San Antonio's only nighttime paintball park. The fields and obstacles are rotated weekly, so you'll never play the same game twice.
San Antonio Raceway has a 13,000 seating capacity with 10 staging lanes with races running all year long. Gates open at 6:00PM on Wednesday & Friday racing. Saturday race events vary and gates can open as early as 10:00AM.
We ensure an exciting, safe, and memorable time for you and your party that will provide long-lasting memories. XFactor Paintball Park has multiple fields to suit every level of play from recreational players to tournament level players.
A Tropical Island in the middle of San Antonio with 18 Big Beautiful Holes. Embassy Miniature Golf is open all year for Birthday Parties, Group Rates and Company parties. They also have Water Wars, Arcade, and Snack Bar.