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Olmos Park in San Antonio, Texas (#14 for #SA2020Resolutions)

Visit Olmos Park in San Antonio, Texas

Park #14 in our #SA2020Resolutions quest to visit 20 San Antonio parks in 2014 is Olmos Park.

Visit Olmos Park in San Antonio, Texas

Vast at just over 1,000 acres, varied in its offerings (60 picnic tables, a pavilion, softball/football/soccer fields, a paved trail and a nature trail, and a playground), and cool and shady with oak trees all around, Olmos Park has something for everyone in the family.

Visit Olmos Park in San Antonio, Texas

Olmos Park is located on Devine Street in Olmos Basin, just east of 281 and south of the Quarry shopping center. As with many of the larger parks we’ve visited this year, we weren’t able to see all of this park in just one visit.

Visit Olmos Park in San Antonio, Texas

But we did spend some time following the paved trail that leads around the soccer fields.

Visit Olmos Park in San Antonio, Texas

And my kids loved running across the bridge and exploring the playground underneath a canopy of mature trees.

Visit Olmos Park in San Antonio, Texas

Visit Olmos Park in San Antonio, Texas

On our next visit to Olmos Park we’ll definitely check out the nature trail. What’s your favorite feature of Olmos Park?

Visit Olmos Park in San Antonio, Texas

Check out all of the San Antonio parks we’ve visited this year as part of our #SA2020Resolutions.

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  1. Olmos Park is amazing because you can use it so many different ways. We’ve climbed on the playground, gone pedaling along the paths, and walking along the trails. Last month, we met up with friends from my son’s school to cheer for the middle school football team — this is where their football and cross country teams practice.
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