Sleep Inn Medical Center N.W.
8318 Mcdermott Freeway
San Antonio, TX 78230
Phone: (210) 344-5400
Fax: (210) 340-2666
8318 Mcdermott Freeway, San Antonio, TX, US, 78230
- Phone: (210) 344-5400
- Fax: (210) 340-2666
Malibu Grand Prix offers all of the excitement and thrill of racing three-fourth scale formula-one racing cars. To drive the Indy cars, you must be at least 16 years old and have a valid drivers license—however, mini-cars are available for children between the ages of eight and 16. Before strapping in, drivers must purchase a Malibu racing license—this is a one-time purchase and it doesn't expire. A new indoor slot-car track was also recently installed.
Golf may be the richest paying sport around the world, but it is equally enjoyable if you play it just for pleasure. 200 acres of lush-green, oak trees make up this visually delightful golf course. If Tiger Woods isn't your guru and you prefer Boris Becker, then they have an equally impressive tennis court. A swimming pool, restaurants, private banquet halls, and fitness centers also feature in the list of things-to-do-here.
For those looking to hone their skills or just wanting to get out and hit balls after the sun goes down, the San Pedro Driving Range and Par 3 Course is the perfect place to be in. Several flags are placed near yardage markers to allow golfers to accurately gauge their shots and practise till they feel satisfied. A practice green, chipping area and sand traps are also here for a short game. Feel like playing a round but don't have the time? ... The par 3 course might just fit the bill perfectly. No-frills golf is what's offered!
This course opened its doors to the public in 1963. Designed by George Hoffman, the course spans 6,896 yards from the championship tees and has long been a favorite of San Antonio natives and tourists alike. The clubhouse is a little weathered looking, but make no mistake, the course is in very good shape almost year round. Water, sloped greens, and many, many trees make this a pretty challenging little course. Like Mission Del Lago, this course is great for those golfers who prefer to walk.
This non-profit organization, located in the Deco Building, promotes Chicano/Latino artists. The various programs held, reflect their rich cultural heritage. The Low and Slow Classic Car Show, The Lowrider Festival, and a number of Día De Los Muertos activities are to name a few of the much-awaited events organized by them. The Lowrider Festival, which is family-oriented, promises a fun-filled day for the kids; there's music, dance, food, drinks, games and other entertainment followed by lots of prizes to be won. All profits are used to fund the cultural arts programs of the center. Several other interesting exhibits are held throughout the year.
This bowling alley and funplex offers fun for the entire family—even the youngest members—and that is what sets it apart from the competition. One side offers a 56-lane bowling alley, including lanes complete with kiddie bumpers to keep kids balls in the lane rather than in the gutters. The other side offers a soft play area for little kids, as well as videogames, bumper cars and redemption games. Families pack the place on the weekends, but the crowd gets older as the night progresses.
Play your golf strokes and unwind at this club. It's perfect for professionals. In the area measuring 5,188 yards and 18 holes, you can not only use your golf gear but also explore the discount pro shop benefits. With a two-story driving range, this golf club is sure to keep you swinging.
Located on the campus of St. Mary's University, Bill Greehey Arena is home to its men and women sports team, Rattlers. This 135,000 square foot facility is capable of seating 3,500 people. It features various amenities, some of which are an indoor running track, natatorium, training rooms, six tennis courts, racquetball courts and much more. A fiery seat of sports activities, Bill Greehey Arena is not to be missed when in San Antonio.
Keith Foster designed this San Antonio masterpiece, which opened in 1993 and has since garnered quite a reputation. A unique course carved out of an abandoned quarry, it placed among the top ten of "America's Top State Golf Courses" in Golf Digest magazine. It offers some of the best views of the city, but don't get caught sightseeing, or this course will eat your lunch. The front nine is pretty open and filled with streams throughout. Upon making the turn, you quickly find out how the course got its name. Nestled within the abandoned quarry, several holes have greens that are bordered on three sides by 100-foot cliffs, with trouble waiting on the other side. In fact, the names given to two of the holes on the quarry side, "Escape from Alcatraz" and "Reload," pretty much tell the story of the back nine. Call for tee times and more information.
Another of the truly fine courses that San Antonio has to offer, SilverHorn is a popular place for the better players in the area to congregate. Opened in 1996, this Randy Heckenkemper-designed course is one of the more challenging in the area. The 18-hole Tifdwarf-grass course has all of the challenges that South Texas is known for: creeks, jagged rocks and lots of trees. Fast, hilly greens give even the better players fits when lining up those par putts. A fully stocked clubhouse and a friendly, knowledgeable staff round out this fine course.
Virgil T. Blossom Athletic Center is the perfect place for undertaking sporting activities. It has a comprehensive list of facilities, which includes a state-of-the-art gymnasium and a pool. This makes the place a big draw for the parents as well as the kids, looking for some fun time. The training facilities and the tracks are perfect to coach aspiring athletes. Football, swimming and soccer tournaments are held at the center of the field and it is also utilized by the NEISD students.
Visit the Allgolf Center on one of its contest days and watch enthusiastic local people competing with each other. The Centre is mostly used for practice and training purposes. Trainees are usually divided into groups of five, and each one is given individual attention. The centre also has its own restaurant, where you can gorge on some snacks and soft drinks after a tiring day on the course.