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Beautiful! great little shops and restaurants. Very picturesque!
We did have a double stroller and it was difficult at times due to the high foot traffic. Very busy and popular area of San Antonio.
Also, we had a hard time finding the handicap access to get the stroller over the walkways to cross the river. The signs said there were access points but we were unable to find them.
Still a nice walk. We enjoyed the sculpture garden courtyard towards the end of the walk.
Just went a few days ago 3/13/117. Shady and green! Nice smooth trails for stroller/wheelchair friendly access. I had my kids in a double stroller which is pretty wide and we fit perfectly! The little train runs through certain places and we enjoyed watching it pass by.
Beautiful flowers blooming right now and the trees keep you nice and cool!
Great trails for families to explore and walk around.
I really like this park. It's not too crowded. And every blue moon you'll pass someone up, giving you a sense of security when hiking alone. This park offers trails for all skill levels. It's beautiful and not too close to the highway to obstruct the blissful sounds of nature.
Pleasant surprise of a short hike. Main Loop is about 2 miles. Going right to left or vice versa it's uphill half and down the back half. Plenty of optional trails along the way if you plan to extend. Trails are well marked and maintained. Cement from the parking lot to about .15 miles and then changes to bed rock and dirt the rest of the trails. Still easily navigable after a decent rain but chances are they close the smaller trails. Decent elevation works up a sweat. I would consider moderate difficulty. Only grind I may have is no pets allowed but it's a nature park so understandable.