Whether you are searching for Playground, Youth sports, Walking or Biking trails, community centers, programs and classes on music, dance, art, fitness or sports, or even if you just want to locate a trail, park or pool near you, check out the City of San Antonio Parks & Recreation website below for information on all of the above and more!
Whether you like to walk, jog, hike, cycle or run, we have the trail for you. With more than 140 miles of trails in City parks across the community, we know you can find the location that works for you with trails that are natural, crushed granite or paved. Variety is the spice of life so try a few trails in various parks—or more. Learn about nature by experiencing it on the trails or try a program at one of our Natural Area parks. Programs are offered for all ages from toddlers to seniors, and for the entire family. Learning and nature go hand-in-hand!
Sponsored by the American Academy of Pediatrics this website has resources for parents and healthcare providers focused on Early Feeding, Healthy Active Living for Families, Physical Activity (special sections on sport in time of the COVID-19 pandemic), and access to several Apps for healthy living for movement and cooking as a family.
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Remember the food pyramid? Meet MyPlate, the official symbol of the five food groups. Learn how to make MyPlate work for you. Check out resources such as Budget friendly food ideas. Healthy food choices don’t have to cost a lot. Find SNAP savings in your area and discover new ways to prepare budget-friendly foods. Build healthy eating habits one goal at a time! Use the Start Simple with MyPlate app to pick simple daily food goals, see real-time progress, and earn badges along the way. Find easy, low cost recipes. View delicious recipes in our very own MyPlate Kitchen! Search by ingredient to use what you already have or browse by category to find something new. Save your favorites, make personalized cookbooks, and more! Check out the website below!
Go to http://www.choosemyplate.gov/ for resources for healthy living