- The list below includes 29 free or cheap things to do in or near San Antonio, Texas, including 60 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Shopping Districts, Art Museum and Historic Sites.
- From San Antonio River to River Walk, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in San Antonio and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boerne, Schertz, Alpine and South Padre Island.
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Chris Mitchell San Antonio MoreLess Info
Grammy Recording Academy saxophonist spreads smooth Latin jazz, performing songs from Whitney Houston, Frank Sinatra, and more
100% 1 votes
Canyon Park Road, Canyon Lake, TX 78133 MoreLess Info
Canyon Park Beach is located on the north shore of Canyon Lake, and is available to visitors between April and September each year. Visitors can camp at the nearby Canyon Park, and can swim, bike, hike, or fish.
90% 10 votes
716 FM 289, Comfort, TX 78013 MoreLess Info
One of the newer parks in the county is the Joshua Springs Park & Preserve. Both the Little Joshua Creek and Allen Creek run through the very large park, offering specific fishing spots and opportunities to kayak and paddle canoes.
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Hancock Road, Canyon Lake, TX 76513 MoreLess Info
Old Hancock Trail is a 3.5 mile equestrian riding trail that also attracts hikers and leads to a lake shoreline with many benches. The trail begins in an open plain and ends in wooded coves on the shore.
93% 41 votes
Dixie Dude Ranch
Ranch Road 1077, Bandera, TX 78003 MoreLess Info
The Dixie Dude Ranch offers plenty of outdoor activities for the whole family. Some of the most popular options include horseback riding, swimming, catch-and-release fishing, hiking, hayrides, and evne campfire sing-alongs.
85% 71 votes
Bandera, TX MoreLess Info
The Medina River used to hold the former site of the Applewhite Reservoir. The recreational park that concentrates on the river has its own activities now, including six miles of trails that can be used for bicycling, hiking, birding, fishing, nature study, and wildlife observation.
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173 Main Street, Bandera, TX 78003 MoreLess Info
Located along the Medina River, Bandera City Park is situated on 77 acres suitable for fishing, swimming, kayaking, hiking and wildlife viewing. The park provides open and wooded areas along with locations suitable for picnics.
510 13th Street, Bandera, TX 78003 MoreLess Info
Wonderful and werid treasures are put on display within the Frontier Times Museum, making the institution seem more like an older museum that acts as a 'cabinet of curiosity.' Most of the collection comes from private donors, and it tries to be as eclectic as possible within the frontier era.
33% 3 votes
PO Box 117, Bandera, TX 78003 MoreLess Info
The Twin Elm Guest Ranch is a recreational ranch that supports activities including horseback riding, campfires, hayrides, and tubing. The ranch is available for weddings, thanksgiving, and motorcycle club events.
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1106 Cherry Street, Bandera, TX 78003 MoreLess Info
Offering service nearby the Medina River, Bandera Beach Club Tubes, Kayaks & Shuttle offers shuttle service to the river at various drop off points. Also provided are rentals of one and two person kayaks, floating coolers and tubes.
100% 3 votes
4554 IH 35 S, San Marcos, TX 78666 MoreLess Info
Austin Canoe & Kayak is a paddlesports and outdoor retailer that carries equipment and apparel from over a dozen top brands. Besides paddlesport activities they also provide products for camping, hiking, snorkeling, fishing and hunting.