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Offering a summer home to 20 million Mexican free-tailed bats, the Bracken Cave in San Antonio holds one of the largest concentration of mammals on earth. The cave attracts thousands of tourists every year to observe the emergence of millions of bats as they spiral out of the cave for their nocturnal insect hunt. The cave is 100 foot-wide (30.48 metes) opening of the cave lies at the bottom of the sink-hole formed when the roof collapsed.The Bracken Cave and the surrounding Texas Hill Country is owned and protected by Bat Conservation International. They provide evening tours to watch the amazing spectacle of bats emerging from the cave.
D.W. Rutledge Stadium is the home ground of Judson Wagner and was opened in 2008. The stadium is named after High School Football Coach D.W Rutledge and is a multipurpose stadium. The stadium is also used as a practice ground by the sporting clubs. It is well equipped with digital scoreboard, concession stands, restrooms and VIP seating area for the patrons.
Lined by a network of trails, the Guadalupe River State Park is a marvelous retreat that sits along the banks of the Guadalupe River. The rippling water of the river reflects the surrounding rock formations and colorful vegetation, making it appear as though painted in a collage of colors. Extending over four miles (6.5 kilometers) of this tranquil river, the park offers an uninterrupted swimming experience for those who are fond of the sport. Aside from that, activities like canoeing and fishing are also popular among visitors. The park is known to be an excellent spot for bird-watching with an opportunity to spot even the occasional rare golden-cheeked warbler. There are also ample campsites, liked by a network of trails, for those seeking to spend the night in the midst of nature.