Comanche Lookout Park – Hiking with One of the Best Views in San Antonio

If San Antonio views interest you, Comanche Lookout Park, is one of a few places you must see. The hill is the fourth highest location in Bexar County. There is Continue Reading…

John James Park and the Battle that Saved Austin

On the east side of San Antonio lies a park where a battle once took place which prevented the capture of Austin. You’re welcome! We visited John James Park this Continue Reading…

Pearsall Park – if only I Were a Kid Again

Pearsall Park is located on the southwestern side of San Antonio and boasts of many new amenities since its reconstruction. The park is dedicated to improving health and activity among Continue Reading…

Spookiest Place to Hike in San Antonio

I’ve been on hundreds of adventurous hikes in and around San Antonio, but have never been creeped out on the trails until today. I inadvertently found a spooky little gem Continue Reading…

A Dog Friendly Hemisfair Adventure – Where All People Come to Meet

Out of all the dog friendly places to visit in San Antonio, Hemisfair park may have the most interesting history. Before it was dog friendly, before it was an international Continue Reading…

Is McAllister Park King of Dog Friendly San Antonio Parks?

The amount of wooded trails, wildlife, and dog friendly things to do at McAllister Park make it a contender for the best dog friendly park in San Antonio (aka King Continue Reading…

Stone Oak Park – Get Stronger with Scenic Views

Stone Oak Park is a small, but scenic park containing exercise stations, a playground, and dog friendly trails. It contains both a loop trail and linear trail which are split Continue Reading…