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San Pedro Park

Park, Playground, and Pool
Midtown, San Antonio
  • Social N.
    "oldest park in San Antonio"(3 Tips)
    Tessie B.
    "They have a lot of shade but limited BBQ's"(2 Tips)
16 Tips and reviews
  • oldest park
  • picnics
  • fresh air
  • swimming pool
  • biking
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  • Kenzie S.
    A fun area to explore! The swimming pool is beautiful and a must during the dog days of summer!
  • Juliette G.
    Juliette GonzalezDecember 14, 2016
    Great place for lunch picnic
  • Tessie B.
    Tessie BuJune 16, 2016
    They have a lot of shade but limited BBQ's
  • Eric S.
    Eric SmithJuly 23, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    2nd oldest park in the United States. The Cypress trees are just beautiful
  • Zachary N.
    Zachary NavaJanuary 15, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Mellow scenery with a small little skate spot by the pool
  • Social N.
    Social News NetworkApril 8, 2013
    It's the oldest park in San Antonio & 2nd-oldest park in the U.S. The popular natural spring-fed pool is open throughout the summer. It also has paved hills—great for bike riding—and lots of shade!
  • Veronica F.
    Veronica FanslerFebruary 3, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Beautiful little park my fav for
  • Jake V.
    Jake V.♠January 22, 2012
    Oldest park in SA.
  • Cheri G.
    Cheri GarciaNovember 12, 2011
    Watch out here at the playground, there was a man trying to lure two little kids away and he already had them kind of far until a little girl came and told the mom!
  • Elizabeth D.
    Elizabeth DAugust 1, 2011
    Been here 50+ times
    Make sure to swim when you get the chance! Come early tues and wed mornings it's not as packed!
  • Sarah F.
    Sarah Flo FloDecember 6, 2010
    Find all the geocaches in the park!
  • BJ
    BJNovember 27, 2010
    I found the chests and gave them away
  • Rhiannon E.
    Rhiannon EverittJuly 1, 2010
    Been here 100+ times
    Bring a blanket,,a bottle of wine,,and some tunes........ The trees are amazing
  • Eric M.
    Eric MaldonadoJune 18, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    Francisco Rodriguez, a Canary Island immigrant, in the 1730's, reported to have buried several chests of gold and silver. He died before telling anyone the location, they've never been found. Read more
  • Eric M.
    Eric MaldonadoJune 18, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    In 1709, Fathers Antonio de San Buenaventura de Olivares and Isidro Felix de Espinosa named the waters "San Pedro Springs." Read more
  • Bibliosopher
    BibliosopherApril 7, 2010
    This park is the 2nd oldest public park in the US. It has a great little library.
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