Kid Friendly Activities In Alamo Ranch

Dated: 11/19/2018

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Kid Friendly Activities In Alamo Ranch Area

A former cattle ranch, Alamo Ranch, has emerged as San Antonio’s fastest growing master-planned community, earning a reputation for its safe and beautiful suburban environments. The lush landscape, paired with the plethora of trees and scenic views, makes this community appeal to families. 

One of the best parts of Alamo Ranch is that families are afforded a peaceful suburban lifestyle ideal for growing families without having to sacrifice any amenities provided by the nearby city. Additionally, there are plenty of activities for you and your children to enjoy in and around Alamo Ranch that are very easy to get to.

SeaWorld San Antonio

This aquatic-themed amusement park is perfect for any child who is interested in marine animals and the ocean. SeaWorld has rescued more than 33,000 animals, a large chunk of that number having been successfully rehabilitated and returned to the wild. Sea World has an array of exciting rides and thrilling shows that the kids will definitely love. 

Aquatica San Antonio

This waterpark is part of SeaWorld and is the perfect way to spend the day in the heat. The attractions at Aquatica accommodate swimmers of all ages and have attractions that feature calm and more intense waters. Whether you spend your time out playing by the water or relaxing on white-sand beaches, your family will definitely enjoy themselves out at Aquatica San Antonio.

Westcreek Trail Rides 

There’s nothing better than riding around the great outdoors by horse. Westcreek Trail Rides offers guided horseback trail rides, allowing guests to experience San Antonio’s gorgeous natural backdrop. The trail rides are perfect for riders of all ages and all experience levels. There’s even a petting zoo where the kids can make friends with some friendly animals. 

K1 Speed San Antonio

Everybody loves indoor karting, and here at K1 Speed, your kids will have the opportunity to (figuratively) burn some rubber on their tracks. This indoor go-carting center features electric vehicles (that are much safer than the vehicle you drive) in addition to arcade games. There are speedways for drivers of all ages and experiences, as the karts are very easy to operate, and it makes a perfect destination for birthday parties and other special kid-friendly occasions. 

The Exit Game Escape Room

Do you have kids who are older and are looking for a fun experience that everyone will enjoy? Look no further than the Exit Game Escape Room. Form a group with the family, and work together to find a way out of the escape room. It’s a great way to bond as a family and provides a fantastic opportunity for the kids to use the observation and deduction skills.

Altitude Trampoline Park San Antonio

There’s nothing more exciting than a park that is a wall-to-wall trampoline. Take the kids out here to run off some energy by literally bouncing off the walls. Altitude has loads of fun, including two dodgeball courts, 2 basketball lanes, a foam pit, in addition to the large open space that is just trampolines galore. There are also areas where young children can enjoy themselves. 

San Antonio Zoo

While SeaWorld has an impressive variety of sea animals, if you’re looking for land-based animals, you’re going to want to check out the San Antonio Zoo. The zoo is home to approximately 3,500 animals from 600 different species, and also has one of the largest bird collections in the world. The San Antonio Zoo also has spaces dedicated to young children under the age of five. Take them on over to Kronkosky’s Tiny Tot Nature Spot, where they can learn about different animals through different hands-on exercises. The zoo is open 365 days a year, so bring them down any time.

The Alamo

We can’t exactly talk about San Antonio without suggesting a trip to the Alamo. Located in downtown San Antonio, the Alamo is a historic war site where a small band of Texans famously fought of the Spanish Army for 13 days in 1836. The Alamo is one of the crown jewels of Texas’ history, detailing both the state history and the history of the Texas Revolution.

River Walk

The San Antonio River Walk is a walkable distance from the Alamo and is another must-go destination for you and your family. Here, you’ll be able to take in the breathtaking views of the city, as well as visit all the shops and restaurants that sit along the walkway’s Cobblestone paths. The River Walk hosts a large variety of festivals and events throughout the year, so it’s worth visiting regularly to see what’s going on. 

Alamo Ranch has fun for everyone in your family regardless of age, whether you have adventure or animal-lovers aboard. It’s a perfect place to raise a family with plenty of fun for the whole family and everything you need nearby. Load up your SUV and explore all that the Alamo Ranch area has to offer! Are you looking for homes for sale in San Antonio? Contact me for all your San Antonio real estate needs. Anita Atkinson

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