Brooks Park is a 47.63-acre place located on the boundary of Brooks City-Base near Mission San Juan Capistrano (formerly Brooks Air Force Base). It is a nice little park in the neighbourhood. The park has two central areas in between, with a hiking trail. Parking at both sites. In addition to a good park, there is a basketball court, football fields, and baseball diamond. No camping by overnight is required. There is no entry charge to the park. The park is open for day use activities 7 days a week all year round, from 5 AM to 11 PM.
When you visit the park, you will see 4 large soccer goals and 20 small soccer goals and benches littered all over the park. The walking trail is 1.0 mi long.
You will observe that it is ADA accessible. There are grills, BBQ pits, fire ring, parking, pavilion, picnic tables, playgrounds, restrooms, and wildlife viewing area. You can do many things there like hiking, walking, picnicking, and wildlife watching.
County Park is managed by the San Antonio Parks & Recreation Department.
The San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department ‘s mission is to have excellent parks, facilities, programs, and resources to enhance the quality of life for everyone.
If you plan to be a park volunteer, you have made your mark in making the parks shine, from wiping out graffiti to planting trees (and lots of in between). Cleaning Graffiti Make A Difference Day, National Public Lands Day, Picking up Litter, Painting, Tree Planting, Weeding, Adopt-A-Park and Little Library in the Park are some of the many volunteer opportunities. The Department of Parks and Recreation welcomes civic organizations, schools, clubs, Boy and Girl Scout troops and interested citizens who want to help clean, maintain and enhance our City Parks. They assist businesses and corporations in search of worker service projects. They are also working with large conventions visiting San Antonio, looking for opportunities for volunteers.
Parks and parks are facilities and programs that are offered for leisure, entertainment, and parks purposes. Resources may be public spaces and facilities such as parks , nature preserves, open space zones, greenways, pathways and developed sports , entertainment, or arts programs structures. Examples of facilities include programs for recreation sports, sporting teams, special events, programs for the arts and programs for environmental education.
This amazing kid-friendly park is located in beautiful San Antonio, Texas, along with these other must-see parks you shouldn’t miss:
- Brackenridge Park
- Pearsall Park
- Orsinger Park
- Kiddie Park In the San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium
- San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
- Woodlawn Lake Park
- San Pedro Springs Park
These amazing family-friendly parks are located just down the street from our location at 20770 U.S. Hwy 281 N #107. Stop by for a visit anytime!