After four years of riding off-road in San Antonio, McAllister Park feels like an old friend, and it’s always gratifying seeing friends change for the better.
Approximately 8,000 attend the San Antonio Parks Foundation’s Fest of Tails each year to celebrate the arrival of spring.
Enjoy the St. Patrick’s Day festivities on the River Walk, fly self-made kites, or watch Junior Chefs create culinary treats this weekend.
A civil engineer from San Antonio experienced a once-in-a-lifetime thrill working the championship game of the Little League World Series.
The signs will help bikers, runners, and hikers navigate more than 20 miles of mostly single-track trails that wind through the park’s mixed terrain.
Parks and Recreation Bond Committee members voted in favor of separate funding for park improvements at McAllister Park and a new Little League ballpark, creating two separate projects up for consideration as part of the $850 million 2017 Municipal Bond.
City staff reversed its $2 million bond recommendation to convert a portion of McAllister Park into a private little league baseball field Tuesday, responding to concerns voiced by community members that live near the park.
San Antonio already is a park-poor city, but unless people can get the attention of City Hall, we could lose yet another piece of McAllister Park to the construction of another privately controlled Little League baseball field.
Rachel Cook, a manager of the Loop 1604 Bike World store, wants to know if you’d like to go for a 4,000 mile bike ride.
Tails of all types took over McAllister Park Saturday for the eighth annual Fest of Tails, the Friends of the San Antonio Parks Foundation’s annual kite festival and dog fair.