Texas Hotel Reservations
Kid-Friendly Activities in San Antonio
Plus Family Fun in the Texas Border Towns
During the day, be sure to get in a family fieldtrip to The Alamo, San Antonio’s most legendary historic site. And by night, take the little ones to see the lights and shops along the San Antonio River Walk.
For the thrill seekers in your outfit, visit Six Flags Fiesta Texas – a 200-acre amusement park in San Antonio. Grab a seat on the Road Runner Express, the Poltergeist, and the Goliath. For the extra little ones, enjoy a ride on the Fiesta Texas Railroad, Daffy's School Bus Express, and the Buckarooz kiddie ride. During the summer, Six Flags Fiesta Texas guests can explore White Water Bay – the onsite waterpark home to the Texas Tumble raft ride, and big slides like the Mine Shaft and Twister.
Keep splashing around town at SeaWorld San Antonio, home to more thrill rides, sea life exhibits, and Shamu Theater – home of the famous shamu show.
If your family is traveling through southern Texas, check out the kid-friendly activities in the Border Towns. Visit the 31-acre Gladys Porter Zoo near San Benito, or for animals in their natural habitat, visit the Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Reserve in Los Fresnoss. Look forward to kayaking and fishing, plus nature walks and bird watching in the Border Towns.
Fill up on thrill rides and water parks, shamus and zoo, and plenty of outdoor activity in southern Texas.
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