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Morgan's Wonderland is a family fun park that believes in providing accessible fun for all kids. The park encompass rides and attractions for all ages. Some of the major attractions at the park are the Music Garden, The Picnic Palace, Water Works, Pirate Island, the carousel, and the butterfly playground, but there are many more to explore. They also host a series of events like Mom's Group and Senior Fridays. It is truly a place for fun and entertainment for all ages. The special thing about the park is that it is totally accessible to guests of all abilities. This engaging amusement park is open seasonally.
This theme park is a treat for anyone who loves animals, roller coasters and fabulous shows. Not only does SeaWorld San Antonio have Shamu (the performing killer whale), it also has walk-through habitats where you can watch sea lions, sharks, fish, penguins and flamingos do what they would do in the wild. For those who crave being a part of the action, there is an inverted roller coaster (do this on an empty stomach), along with a variety of water rides. Check out the water-skiing shows and the restaurants, too. Be sure to stick around at night for laser shows and seasonal concerts.
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.
Southwest Stadium opened in 1971 and is owned by Southwest Independent District School. The stadium is primarily used for football by its home team, Southwest Dragons. It also hosts track and field races and has restrooms and wheelchair access.
Comanche Lookout Park is a 96-acre public park that is frequently visited by the locals with their friends and family. In this park, you can walk your dogs, play with your kids or explore the natural trails all by yourself The canopy of trees and the abundance of natural greenery is a refreshing sight to your sore eyes and away from the hustle of the city, the Comanche Lookout Park gives you a place to relax. Take a stroll in lovely autumn evening and unwind yourself.
Dub Farris Stadium is within Dub Farris Athletic complex and opened in 2003. The stadium is primarily owned by Northside Independent School District and is a multipurpose field. The stadium is used for football and soccer tournaments for its home field and is also used as a practice ground by UTSA Road Runners Football club.