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Phil Hardberger Park, San Antonio

(4.6/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
The Phil Hardberger Park Conservancy is a nonprofit organization — led by former Mayor Phil Hardberger — with a vision of creating the best place in the heart of the city where people can see and feel the wild. The Conservancy was created to partner with the city and build the political, community and financial support to complete the award-winning master plan for the more than 300-acre former dairy farm. Currently, the Park is only partially accessible; future phases will add new features, such as a land bridge over Wurzbach Parkway to connect the two sides of the park for both wildlife and people. Join the Conservancy to support its mission to realize the community's vision for this natural oasis.
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  • As soon as you pull into the park, you're welcomed by all of the trees and greenery! I was pleasantly surprised at how beautiful the park is. I spent an hour walking the paved trails and there was sti...  more »
  • This is a really nice park. It is relatively flat so it is accessible to many. We like to hike the park and then take our dogs to the dog park onsite. They have one for larger and smaller dogs. There ...  more »
  • I just love this park. It's for the most part clean and has great trails. The paths are clearly marked and if you wanted to bike/ run/ walk this place is great. They have bathrooms on site. Plenty of ...  more »
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  • Nice park. It needs signs in the parking lot so you can park near your destination. We parked in the opposite side of the dog park. We could have parked right next to it if we would have known. It may not seem like much, but when there are disabilities involved, it is a big difference.
  • Very nice park, the play ground equipment is for kids a little older then two like my child so he was having a hard time playing on most of the equipment. The playground is covered in rubber flooring making it very safe if you fall. Restrooms were close, and plenty of picnic tables and fire pits surrounded by beautiful trees that provide much needed shade. I'm not sure if you have to reserve the tables or if it's first come first serve. The grounds were very clean and surrounded by a fence. There are also a bunch of walking, cycling, running, dog trails throughout the park. I would recommened for kids older then 2.
  • We take our dog to the dog park there. It has plenty of room for our lab to run. Also the trails there are very smooth and clean. It's a good place to take a child to ride a bike.
  • The trails aren't very long but the main ones are very well maintained and completely paved. You can also go to the unpaved trails as well. It's a popular park so expect to share the trails quite a bit with bicyclists, dog walkers ect. My favorite thing is the crazy amount of deer you're pretty much guaranteed to see. The playground is mostly for bigger kids but is interesting.
  • This park is beautiful! The trails are shaded and clean. I also love the layout of the playground.