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Welcome to the San Pedro Creek Culture Park

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The water in the Plaza de Fundación will be temporary shut off for quality monitoring purposes due to the recent heavy rains. The San Antonio River Authority is conducting water quality testing and the water flow will remain off until bacteria levels return to adequate levels appropriate for wading. While the “Rains from the Heavens” art installation will continue to be flowing, the water within the Plaza area will be shut off. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Located on the western edge of downtown San Antonio, the San Pedro Creek Culture Park is in 
a central location accessible to San Antonians and visitors alike.

The park is a family-friendly destination where culture, art and nature are preserved and 
honored for generations to come. Stroll the banks of the historic creek while you take in the 
creek’s story with an audio tour, enjoy the art pieces from prominent San Antonio artists and 
explore the nature that has been restored to the creek’s early days.

San Pedro Creek Culture Park Mobile App

Experience the park with a customized audio tour straight from our mobile app. Choose what you’re interested in—culture, art, nature, or all—and follow the map to visit the landmarks of your choosing. Learn about the San Pedro Creek Culture Park and its history and significance as you stroll along the creek bank at your own pace.

Get it on Google Play
Address:

715 Camaron Street
San Antonio, Texas 78207

Hours:

5am – 11pm

San Pedro Creek

From Dallas/Austin:

Use I-35 S from Austin to San Antonio and take exit 155c toward W Houston St/Commerce St.

  • Turn left on W Martin St
  • Left on N Santa Rosa St
  • Left on Camaron St
From Houston:

Use I-10 W from Houston to San Antonio. In San Antonio, merge onto I-410 N, then I-35 S. Take exit 155c toward W Houston St/Commerce St.

  • Turn left on W Martin St
  • Left on N Santa Rosa St
  • Left on Camaron St
From Corpus Christi:

Use I-37 N from Corpus Christi to San Antonio. In San Antonio, merge onto I-35 S and take exit 155c toward W Houston St/Commerce St.

  • Turn left on W Martin St
  • Left on N Santa Rosa St
  • Left on Camaron St
From West Texas:

Use I-10 E to travel to San Antonio. In San Antonio, follow signs for I-35 and take exit 569c toward Santa Rosa St/Downtown.

  • Merge onto La Trinidad St/S Pecos St
  • Use the left lane to continue on N Santa Rosa St
  • Left on W Quincy St/San Saba St
  • Right on N Flores St
  • Right on Kingsbury St
  • Right on Camaron St

Please see map for nearby parking options for San Pedro Creek Culture Park. At this time, there is not a designated parking lot for the park.  For nearby bus stops and B-Cycle stops, click on Centro’s downtown options: http://downtownsanantonio.org/discover/ 

San Pedro Creek Culture Park parking map

San Pedro Creek Culture Park Use Guidelines

The San Pedro Creek Culture Park is a family-friendly linear park designed for the enjoyment of our community. Please abide by the following suggested guidelines to help keep the Culture Park safe, clean and enjoyable.

  • Running, jogging and biking is permitted along the paseos. Please be courteous and respectful to all trail users.
  • Motorized vehicles, including segways and scooters, are not permitted. Motor vehicles utilized for handicapped accessibility purposes are allowed.
  • Properly dispose of trash in the waste and recycling bins throughout the Culture Park
  • Pets are permitted but must be leashed at all times. Please clean up after your pet. There are pet waste pick up baggies located at trash cans throughout the Culture Park.
  • Glass containers are not allowed.
  • No alcoholic beverages.
  • Swimming is not allowed. Wading is permitted in the Plaza de Fundación area only.
  • Watch your step while you are enjoying the Plaza area and along the paseos.
  • Do not drink the creek water. Drinking fountains for people and pets are located throughout the Culture Park for your convenience.
  • Stay on paseos and out of planted areas.
  •  Help us protect the ecosystem by not feeding ducks, squirrels or other wildlife.
  •  There are currently no public restrooms available along the creek.