SanAntonioRiverwalkYou don’t have to look far to find kid-friendly summer activities in San Antonio, but if you want to get ideas, and save, check out VisitSanAntonio.com. Their SAVE page has discounts on hotels and attractions in San Antonio.
There is even an iPhone app for the official guide and SAVE discount program. And the San Antonio visitors bureau folks say an Android App will be out soon.

There are tons of fun things for the whole family to do in San Antonio. Here’s just a sampling:

Splashtown – all things water! An awesome place my kids love.

The downtown Children’s Museum

The awesome downtown.

SeaWorld and its latest attraction – Aquatica: an 18-acre aquatic park.

Natural Bridge Caverns and Wildlife Ranch

Six Flags Fiesta Texas and its latest attraction SkyScreamer: a swing ride that provides aerial views that sSAtubingurpass the park’s quarry walls.

The Witte Museum’s South Texas Heritage Center: tells the stories of 1850s in South Texas through interactive exhibits, art, artifacts and live performances

Braken Bat Flight: take a guided tour for an up-close view of Bracken Cave as millions of bats spiral out on their nightly insect hunt.

Tubing rivers like the Guadalupe is a popular pastime and loads of fun (and free if you have your own tube!)