Indoor and Outdoor Adventures in San Antonio This December

Life doesn't get any more enjoyable in San Antonio than in the month of December. While most other major cities are suffering a frigid winter, San Antonio citizens are frolicking outside in the sunshine, often in shorts and t-shirts. Here's your chance to join them!

There are dozens of fantastic places to go for some outdoor adventures, but few are as pretty as Enchanted Rock. Although, it's a bit of a jaunt from the city, it's worth the trip. Hike up to the top, bring a picnic, and get ready for an unforgettable view of Texas in all its natural glory.

However, if you want to stay close to the city, not far from downtown, you can visit the Japanese Tea Garden. This beautiful wonderland features koi-filled ponds, stone bridges and gorgeous flowers. A romantic spot for a first winter date. 

For some nightlife adventures, take that special date or a group of friends to the Alamo City's premier jazz club, Jazz, TX, for live music, craft cocktails and incredible eats. As they say, "fine jazz, serious food." 

The holiday season just got better!


Phil Hardberger Park


Phil Hardberger Park is the amazing creation of San Antonio's Mayor Hardberger, who has an eye for beauty, art and community projects. This classy park, if there is such a thing, is a relatively new 311-acre park located on either side of...  Read More

HemisFair Park


If you're visiting San Antonio for the first time or have not been before, Hemisfair Park is a must see destination spot. Recently renovated, this lush, beautifully landscaped neighborhood park, located in the center of downtown, was originally...  Read More



San Antonio's Japanese Tea Gardens feels like a set straight out of a movie, something like What Dreams May Come or Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. The point is, it's a magical and enchanting place, perfect for declarations of love and sonnet...  Read More



One of five missions established in the early 1700's, the Alamo is nearly 300 years old. It is perhaps the most cherished landmark in San Antonio. If you ask around, you will find that all children here and in surrounding towns take at least...  Read More



The Briscoe Western Art Museum is a collections-based institution building upon art and artifacts that tell the vast and multifaceted story of the American West. Located on San Antonio's famed riverwalk, the institution is housed in San...  Read More

Camanche Lookout Park
Photo courtesy of Joshua Simmons


Comanche Lookout Park is a 96-acre public park with an almost five-mile nature hiking trail. The park includes the fourth highest point in Bexar County with an elevation of 1,340 feet. Vegetation includes native ash juniper, Texas and Mexican...  Read More



If you're a thrill seeker, you cannot visit San Antonio without stopping off at Fiesta Texas, one of the best entertainment parks in the country. Located on 200 acres of what used to be a rock quarry, this theme park features teeth-chattering...  Read More



If you only visit one museum in San Antonio, make sure it's the McNay. Not only do they have a superb art collection, the museum itself is a work of art. This 24-room, Spanish colonial revival-style mansion and its own sizable collection was...  Read More



Just 90 miles from San Antonio lies the second largest batholith in the United States. Enchanted Rock has seen human activity up to 11,000 years ago. You'll enjoy fun and enriching activities like backpacking, camping (primitive also), hiking,...  Read More

Jazz, TX
Photo courtesy of Jazz, TX


There's something quite magical about Jazz, TX with its stellar live music, cool speakeasy vibe, out-of-this-world cocktails and incredible food. It simply hits on every note! Located in the basement of the once bottling plant, now a food hall,...  Read More


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