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San Antonio off the beaten path

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San Antonio off the beaten path
Ever wondered where the locals go to enjoy San Antonio at its best? Now you know.
Good for: Families, Groups, Seniors, Individuals
Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
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Natural Bridge Caverns
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Natural Bridge Caverns

Come on down (way down) at the largest underground attraction in Texas! Daily guided tours allow guests to explore large underground chambers and see huge formations. The largest room is bigger than a football field. Above ground, discover rocks, minerals, and rough-cut gems at the Natural Bridge Mining Company Sluice. The Canopy Challenge will test your agility on over 40 different... More

Come on down (way down) at the largest underground attraction in Texas! Daily guided tours allow guests to explore large underground chambers and see huge formations. The largest room is bigger than a football field. Above ground, discover rocks, minerals, and rough-cut gems at the Natural Bridge Mining Company Sluice. The Canopy Challenge will test your agility on over 40 different obstacles while you are on our 4 story, 60 foot high Adventure Course. Then you can fly across the scenic Texas Hill Country on our zip-lines! (Canopy Challenge is open daily but weather dependent.) Less

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: More than 3 hours
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Mission Trail
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Mission Trail

A pedestrian route that starts at the Alamo and winds nine miles along the San Antonio River passing four other historical missions.

Fee: No      Duration of visit: More than 3 hours
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Government Canyon
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Government Canyon

This park just outside San Antonio is a little more than 8,600 acres.

Fee: No      Duration of visit: More than 3 hours
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San Pedro Springs Park
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San Pedro Springs Park

San Pedro Springs Park is the second oldest in the nation and oldest in San Antonio. Since there is a natural water source in the park, it is said to be the reason why settlers were drawn to the area. It also includes the San Pedro Playhouse, a library, and tennis courts.

Fee: No      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours
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Madhatters Tea House and Cafe
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Madhatters Tea House and Cafe
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