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All reviews splash pad hemisfair park great park mosaic benches public park water area older kids all ages life size chess sand box picnic lunch fun area people watching checkers playground climbing foosball
This is a great park with fun play structures, large sand box, water feature, small garden and several places you can stop and grab a bite. Also, when I went on a Saturday it was very busy but the park was incredibly clean. If you...More
There is a playground, art area, climbing structures, giant chess. There's a sandpit ( the grandkids loved it) I didn't mind the iced coffee I bought there as it was 95 degrees in May! Oh, and there is a splash pad. A real break for...More
came here with extended family and kiddos...there was something for everyone! splash pad, amazing playground, huge chess, checkers and connect4, plus ping pong, sand area anand more. plus free public restrooms and even changing spaces near splash pad. great free family entertainment
If you live in San Antonio or are just visiting, you must visit Yanaguana Garden. It is a public park in the Hemisfair district on the near east side of the downtown area at the corner of South Alamo and Cesar Chavez Blvd. it is...More
My only criticism derives from the lack of activities for children under 8. My kindergarteners didn't have much to do there as most of the activities available were for much older kids. It would be nice to incorporate a playground where younger kids could expend...More
OMG!! What a wonderful surprise! I’ve been to this park several times in the past while attending field trips with my grandchildren to the nearby Magik Theater. The park has been closed for a while to refurbished.
What a FABULOUS treat today to see all...More
The park is free but it will probably cost to park close by. In a restored small building next to the park is a family owned Mexican popsicle place that serves wonderful, freshly made icy treats in all kinds of flavors... More
The park is free but it will probably cost to park close by. In a restored small building next to the park is a family owned Mexican popsicle place that serves wonderful, freshly made icy treats in all kinds of flavors, from chocolate to lime and everything in between.
Kids live this park and there's plenty of shaded seating for the parents