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Parks & RecreationContinued from page 48Helotes City Park & Playground12951 Bandera Rd, Helotes, TX 78023 (210) 695-8877Park Hours: Mon- Fri- 7am- 9 pmSat- Sun.: 7am- 10 pmVery well shaded. Has a playground with various playsets , picnic tables and benches.www.helotes-tx.govHelotes Natural Area & Disc Golf Course10505 Parrigin Rd(210) 695-8877Park Hours; Mon- Fri- 7am- 9pm Sat- Sun.: 7am- 10 pmCity lends out disks for the day so be sure to check them out. Great course for first timers. Quick course for afternoon of fun! Disc Golf is played much like tradional golf. Instead of a ball and clubs, players us a flying disc or frisbee. The object is completing each hole in the fewest throws. There are also picnic tables and covered areas to enjoy a picnic. www.helotes-tx.govLee’s Creek Park1101 E SunshineSan Antonio, TX 78228(210) 207-7275Park Hours: Sunday-Saturday 5am-11pmLee’s Creek Park now features a new outdoor classroom. The project, funded with $200,000 from the 2012-2017 Bond Program, includes an amphitheater-style classroom with stone seating. New picnic benches were also added to the area. Wildflowers were planted and markers were included to identify the new plants. A ribbon-cutting was held for the 2012-2017 bond-funded project on Oct. 28, 2015. www.sanantonio.gov keyword “Lee’s Creek Park.”McAllister Park13102 Jones MaltsbergerSan Antonio, TX 78247(210) 207-7275Park Hours: Sunday-Saturday 5am-11pmThere is something for everyone at McAllister Park, including your dog! McAllister is a natural area with jogging & biking trails, picnic spots, a dog park, playscapes & athletic fields. www.sanantonio.gov keyword “McAllister Park.”Medina River Natural Area15890 Hwy 16 SSan Antonio, TX 78264(210) 207-3111Park Hours: Sunday-Saturday: 7:30 a.m. – sunsetThe Medina River Natural Area gives citizens access to a beautiful 511-acre property that has been enhanced with 7 miles of trails with interpretive features representing El Camino Real wagon trail. The north side of the park includes a large covered pavilion, restrooms, trailhead, parking anda staff building. Pets on leash are welcome. Alcohol is prohibited. www.sanantonio.gov keyword “Medina River Natural Area.”OP Schnabel Park9606 Bandera RdSan Antonio, TX 78250(210) 207-7275Park Hours: Sunday-Saturday: 5 a.m. – 11 p.m.O P Schnabel Park is a 202-acre city park with picnic tables, play ground equipment,a pavilion with public restrooms, YMCA, and paved trails connecting to Leon Creek trail. www.sanantonio.gov keyword “O P Schnabel Park.”Pearsall Park4700 Old Pearsall RoadSan Antonio, TX 78242(210) 207-3000Park Hours: Sunday-Saturday: 5 a.m. – 11 p.m.Pearsall Park has splash pads, a dog park, walking/jogging trails, a disc golf course, a playground and the largest skate park in San Antonio. It also has a zip line course and two public art installations by renowned artist Buster Simpson.www.sanantonio.gov keyword “Pearsall Park.”Senator Frank L Madla ParkMenchaca RdHelotes, TX 78023(210) 695-3261The Frank L. Madla Natural Area is named for the late senator whose family is a long time resident of the Scenic Loop area. The park overlooks the Madla farm where the late-Senator Madla was raised. The Park will be designed with hiking and jogging trails that highlight the native Texas Hill Country environment and includes information stations throughout the park describing the fauna, flora, geology, history and cultural significance of the area. www.madlapark.orgRaymond Russell Park20644 IH 10 WestSan Antonio, TX 78257(210) 335-7275Park Hours: Sunday-Saturday 8am-9pmRaymond Russell Park has something for everyone to enjoy! There are pavilions to rent, a volleyball court, basketball court, jungle gym areas, and more. Leashed dogs are welcome in the park. www.sanantonio.gov keyword “Raymond Russell Park.”Raymond Rimkus Park6440 Evers RdLeon Valley Texas, 78240(210) 684-1391Come on out to Raymond Rimkus Park if you are in the mood to have a BBQ with your friends, play soccer, baseball, tennis, and basketball, explore the nature trail, and more! www.leonvalleytexas.gov keyword “Raymond Rimkus Park.”Continued on page 502017-2018 www.GreatNWGuide.com 49Parks


































































































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