The endless sunshine and greenery here is something to behold year-round. There’s no shortage of ways to get out and explore in our beautiful downtown! Dig in and see why people from all walks of life – locals and visitors, artists and innovators, explorers and dreamers – are inspired by the urban and natural spaces of El Centro
600 Hemisfair Plaza Way
This iconic park houses the Tower of the Americas, Institute of Texan Cultures, fountains, and a playground!
210 N Flores St
The newest downtown San Antonio park!
301 E Travis St.
The area including Travis Park was once part of the upper farmlands of Mission San Antonio de Valero (today called the Alamo). In 2013 and 2014, the park was the focal point of another restoration effort that brought programming to the park as well as new amenities.
Roosevelt/Lambert Park was developed by the City to serve the surrounding residential neighborhoods. In the 1920s, a branch library was constructed just across the street and a swimming pool and tennis courts were built in the park. Later swings and benches were added by the SouthSide Improvement League.
Madison Square Park
400 Lexington Ave.
Urban green space with a fitness circuit, playground & picnic tables, plus an off-leash dog area with mutt-mitts, a doggie drinking fountain, and benches!
San Antonio parks give people an opportunity to spend time enjoying the outdoors, with fresh air, sunshine, and exercise on tap for visitors. Take a walk, enjoy the scenery, and de-stress. Maverick Park features a pavilion that can be rented for events, picnics, or birthdays!
500 W Commerce St.
Milam Park is a beautiful and historic facility located in the heart of downtown San Antonio. Renovated in the mid-1900s, the park features a 26-foot copper-domed gazebo designed by Jalisco architect Salvador de Alba Martin with cast iron columns and railings and a cantera base.