Among San Antonio's many landmarks is a true gem for children and adults alike: The Kiddie Park. Generations of San Antonians have visited this place since it opened in 1925, and it is still bringing fun to its youngest...
If I had to describe my family’s relationship with Mother Nature in one word, it’d be outdoorsy-ish. We’ve gone camping without any children being eaten by wild animals or being left in caves (a success in my book). Let's...
Yosemite National Park has been on my travel wish list for years, but we wanted to wait until our girls were old enough to hike long distances without complaining. (Okay, I’ll settle for “hike long distances.”) During the early...
Right in our backyard, there are several small Texas Hill Country towns that offer great shopping, delicious dining, fascinating history, and some of the most beautiful countryside you’ll ever see. Boerne Named one of the “Top 25 Small Town Main Streets...
A rush of hot, humid wind seemed to lift and escape past me as I shut the back door of our van. In one hand I clutched a small trash bag and in the other a stack of fast...
This post and episode are brought to you by Palenque Grill. Palenque Grill at La Cantera now has an app!  With pickup and curbside now available, you can get your favorite dishes to-go, and enjoy them at home.  Plus,...
  Garner State Park has been on my bucket list since moving to San Antonio. We finally went camping there with our kids over Spring Break and it did not disappoint! With beautiful scenery, tons of activities, and a lodging...
Staying home is not my thing. I like being on the go, seeing and experiencing new places with my kids. All of that came to a screeching halt the week after Spring Break thanks to COVID-19. When the Texas...
At this stage in my toddler's life, I’m not keen on long flights, mostly because my almost two-year-old is in a screaming phase and can’t sit still for more than a minute (or, if I'm lucky, 15 minutes with...
Living in the great state of Texas affords us the chances to experience the great outdoors on any given weekend. For those of us here in San Antonio, it means we are a hop, skip, and a gull's throw...
Yes, I realize it’s only a mother’s dream to be able to road trip to the Caribbean (sans kiddos and with frothy, fruity rum-filled drinks, of course—one can dream, right?). However, you can explore the fishy wonders of the...
I grew up in San Antonio and have fond childhood memories of stopping by the "big giant map" that is laid right outside the Convention Center downtown.  Since I joined Alamo City Mom's Blog, I've been planning to get around to writing...
Fun, Simple and Close By Twenty-six minutes north of San Antonio (clocked from 1604 & Blanco) is an amazing get-away for you and the kids. This nearby river trip can be made into a half day or full day outing filled with exploration of nature, fun...
Looking for more about great parks in San Antonio? Check out our updated guide! The Best Parks in San Antonio Hardberger:  it's the crown jewel of the San Antonio park system.  So much to do!  Such natural beauty!  If San Antonio...

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Family-Friendly Fun at the Shops at Rivercenter (Besides LEGOLAND®)

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I recently visited the Shops at Rivercenter with my family. We went there to visit LEGOLAND®, but as we entered the mall, we were...