GOVERNMENT CANYON STATE NATURAL AREA
12861 Galm Road, San Antonio, TX 78254 Directions
ADA Accessible, Take Nature Photos, Biking Trails, Historic Site, Bird Watching, Restrooms, Dinosaur Tracks, Playgrounds, Guided Tours, Educational Programs, Picnic Tables, Mountain, Geocache, Wildlife Viewing Area, Walking Stick & Visitor Center
'Government Canyon State Natural Area' has over 40 miles of trails. You can take a walk through time to the Zizelmann House, built in the 1880s on the Joe Johnston Route. It has two-party tent camps that can accommodate up to 16 persons. The outfitters' park offers rental and set-up of camping equipment in this trail. Tourists can enjoy the nature area and variety of outdoor activities, including picnics, mountain walking, geocaching, regularly scheduled guided walks, and visitor programs. There are standard walk-in campsites (50-60 yards), and two group walk-in campsites that can accommodate up to 16 people per site.
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O. P. SCHNABEL PARK
9606 Bandera Road, San Antonio, TX 78250 Directions
Cycle Ride, Walking, Dog Parks, Water Fountains, Nature Center, Play Area, Trees, Outdoor Fun, Trail Head, Running or Riding the Trails & Biking
O. P. Schnabel Park provides an opportunity for people to spend time outdoor leisure with fresh air, sunlight, and visitor tap exercise. It has a beautiful playground for kids to have a picnic with a lot of tables. Whether you are looking for a playground, wide fields, or trails, O. P. Schnabel Park will be your perfect choice, and you will admire the park with fun. The park features YMCA system facilities, ball fields, a basketball court, and several trails. The park provides several miles of trails with varying degrees of hilliness. Tables with bbq grills are available.
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FRIEDRICH WILDERNESS PARK
21395 Milsa Drive, San Antonio, TX 78256 Directions
Trail Running, Native Birds and Wildlife, Green Hills, Restrooms and Water Fountains, Natural Area & Walking
Friedrich Wilderness Park provides around 10 miles of hiking trails of varying difficulty levels. Tourists are encouraged to admire its warm weather for longer hikes, and visitors can enjoy nature trails, like accessible trails for the disabled, and conservation programs that teach tourists about the flora and wildlife of the park. The park offers 600 acres of undeveloped Hill Country land, with more than 10 miles of paved and unpaved trails. The natural areas offer voluntary funding for the park, and the master naturalist program uses the park to research soil and water resources, ecology, native texas trees, and archaeology. Toilets are also available.