Leon Creek Greenway

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Leon Creek Greenway is a tranquil oasis through western San Antonio. The main pathway begins at Loop 1604 and winds its way south for 13 miles along the creek. It’s fairly flat with some gentle slopes and is dotted with small ponds, including Earl Scott Pond near its northern end, which is home to a variety of birds and wildlife.

The trail runs adjacent to many parks, including O.P. Schnabel Park, known for its natural beauty, steep cliffs, and many amenities, including athletic fields, picnic tables, nature trails, and a YMCA facility. Farther south, a 2.6-mile section of the trail runs through Rodriguez County Park and Levi Strauss Park, while another section in Pearsall Park is 1.5 miles.

Parking and Trail Access

There are several places to park along the trail:

- Rohde Park (11777 Spring Rain)
- Leon Vista Trailhead (intersection of Whitby Road and Rochelle Street)
- VIA Ingram Transit Center (3215 N. Western Drive); bus access is also available here
- Rodriguez County Park (41623 Jerome Road)
- Levi Strauss Park (6100 Old Highway 90 W.)
- Pearsall Park (4700 Old Pearsall Road)

Reviews

Great Half-Marathon Training Trail

   November, 2014 by risktical

This is the 2nd greenway trail we have ran here in San Antonio (SA). We are still fairly new to SA, so when we heard about these long trails we were excited to try them out for our long training runs. On 11/2/2014 we started running the trail from ...read more

A great walk

   October, 2013 by fisherman1

The walk/run was relaxing and very cool this evening. I wish it had the GPS coordinates to plan a mileage gap for each segment. I hope they are working on it. You are very lucky to have trails you can walk, jog or ride a bicycle. read more

Biker8992

   October, 2011 by biker8992

Bike trail actually extends from north (1604 West & I-10) south to Loop 410 & Ingram. It is approximately 12 miles in length by my GPS. Trail is very nice & scenic. It is used by all, bikers, runners, & walkers so be careful of others. There are several ...read more