It didn’t take long to get sucked into the ghostly tales that surround the homestead built by Austrian immigrant Joseph Huebner.
A two-night trip involves packing camping gear on kayaks and sleeping on gravel islands in the middle of the river.
Riding the whole Salado Creek Greenway trail offers a unique perspective of our sprawling, ecologically diverse city.
The 4 miles of upper Salado Creek Greenway trail include a steady climb, varied terrain, and access to the Medicine Wall rock climbing area.
The 56-acre park on the Far West side between Grissom and Culebra roads is a space to explore, climb, and play hide-and-seek.
After the completion of several bridges and trail connections, the Medina River Greenway trail on the South Side is essentially complete.
On its 126 acres, the park boasts 4.5 miles of trails and a long section of Medina River frontage with several swimming holes.
Even though City and Bexar County parks are closed this weekend, the area has plenty of attractive outdoor options.
The Mission Reach is a place to get outdoors and see some of the landmarks of the history of San Antonio. Not all of it’s pretty, but it’s all interesting.
Early Saturday morning, we pedaled on rolling hills through cool breezes lightly scented with dust near Pipe Creek outside of Bandera.
For our Hill Country rivers, early June is a time of high but dropping flow, perfect for getting in a last paddle of spring.
San Antonio’s newest trail section joins the Mission Reach to the 10-mile Medina River system, a big step in stiching together the larger trail network.
We all have to go outside, for our own physical and mental health. But at the same time, we need to keep our social distance.