Crownridge Canyon Natural AreaDownload a Park Map
San Antonio, Texas (Bexar County)
About the City Park
207-acre Crownridge Canyon Natural Area is one of San Antonio's newest parks and it owes its existence to the Edwards Aquifer Protection program. The land was purchased by the City in 2001 and has been developed as an outdoor classroom, of sorts. In addition to a covered pavilion with seating for gatherings and presentations, the park features a bike rack, solar lighting, an example of a rainwater collection system, interpretive signage and native landscaping. The park features a 1.5 mile paved trail and a more rugged .5 mile loop trail.
This is a day use only park. Camping is not permitted.
Shannon's Wild Texas Notebook
With 1.5 miles of paved trail surface, this is a perfect park for families with young children. Our daughter loves this place and it's a pleasure to visit one of San Antonio's newest natural gems.
LocationThe natural area is located in San Antonio, Texas.
The nearest major Texas cities are: Austin, Del Rio, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Houston
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HoursOpen 7 days a week year round from 7:30 AM to sunset. The park is closed Christmas and New Year's Day.
FeesThere is no park entrance fee.
Volunteer OpportunitiesCheck here for ways to contribute to the natural area's programs and projects.
Official Contact Information
The City Park is managed by the San Antonio Department of Parks & Recreation.
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