Hill Country State Natural Area – Your Scenic Wild West Adventure Awaits

Hill Country State Natural Area, is an incredibly scenic Texas State Park. Located in Bandera, “Cowboy Capital of the World”, it is approximately 60 miles west of San Antonio. With Continue Reading…

Olmos Basin Park – The Guardian of San Antonio

Olmos Basin Park has an historical significance like several other San Antonio Parks. Nearly one century ago a surprising rainfall led to massive flooding in the heart of the city. Continue Reading…

Hiking in San Antonio – The Ultimate Guide

Hiking in San Antonio is both easy and adventurous. There are an abundance of parks and things to do throughout the Alamo City. This ultimate guide to hiking in San Continue Reading…

Morgan Falls Overlook Park – Great Family Hangout

Along the Chattahoochee River in Sandy Springs, Georgia, we visited a small, but lovely park with a great view. Morgan Falls Overlook Park is a 28 acre park just south Continue Reading…

Hike, Canoe, and Swim with Dogs at Guadalupe River State Park

Guadalupe River State Park is a fantastic, dog friendly area to go hiking, canoeing, and swimming near Boerne, and San Antonio. Abbey and I visited this park recently to do 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…

The Top 7 Questions About Dog Friendly Things near Me

I live in a very dog friendly area and have found so many things to do with my dog, Abbey. Many of those adventures can be found on this site. Continue Reading…

Japanese Tea Garden is a Must Visit in San Antonio

The Japanese Tea Garden in San Antonio is one of at least eight tea gardens in the United States. The tea gardens have an amazing history and are a breath Continue Reading…