San Pedro Springs Park is the oldest park in Texas, and the second oldest one in the country! The natural springs have attracted people to the area for over 12,000 years. Once home to a science museum and a zoo, the natural springs still attracts people today!
Know Before You Go
Parking is FREE.
Admission is FREE.
The main attraction to this incredible park is the huge, spring-fed swimming pool! When we visited it wasn’t open yet for the season, but San Antonio Parks and Recreation allowed me to use this picture. The pool is free to the public, and there is a bath house, too.
The huge pool is also FREE, making it a must to visit during the summer!
The Gazebo overlooks the botanical gardens, and can be rented for special events!
The San Pedro Library sits on San Pedro Avenue, across from the San Antonio College.
Things To Do in San Antonio
The Scobee Planetarium and Learning Center is located just across the street at San Antonio College. Public shows are every Friday evening. Click HERE to read more.
Learn more of the history of the city on San Antonio Bike Tours, on a recumbent trike! Click HERE to see what a recumbent trike is, and for more information!!
Cured. Only about 1.5 miles from the park, it’s a very different restaurant. All meats are cured in-house, and you can even see them curing in their humidity controlled locker. Click HERE to visit their website.
San Pedro Springs Park is only a little over a mile away from the famed San Antonio Riverwalk, and our favorite hotel on the Riverwalk is Hotel Indigo. Click HERE for more information.
San Pedro Springs Park
2200 N. Flores, San Antonio
Click HERE to visit their website.
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