Air, Earth, Fire & Water - All the Elements for Adventure
With so many things to attract you to San Marcos, it can be hard to choose what to do first. Why not take to the skies? Skydive San Marcos will give you the thrill of a lifetime with a tandem skydive experience.
More interested in what's happening beneath the surface? Marvel at underwater marine life and watch hundreds of springs bubble up to form the headwaters of the San Marcos River from a glass bottom boat at The Meadows Center formerly Aquarena Center. Want a more personal experience? Glass bottom kayak tours are also available on Spring Lake. Feel like going a little deeper? Wonder World Park is the nation's only true example of an earthquake formed cave that is open to the public.
Like to heat things up a bit? Wimberley Glassworks has daily demonstrations turning bits of silica and sand into amazing works of art glass with a little air and a lot of fire.
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Music aficionados of all ages are welcome to step into the old warehouse. Live music most nights. Listen to the stars of tomorrow. You will be able to say you heard them here first!
Americans fell in love in and with the car industry, and Dick’s Classic Garage Car Museum salutes that love affair right here in San Marcos.
The Meadows Center Glass-Bottom Boat Tours, formerly Aquarena Center, offers interpretive and self-guided tours, historic glass bottom boat rides, wildlife viewing, wetlands boardwalk, Texas River exhibits, nature-friendly Gift Shop and much more.
Middleton Brewing- A Texas Hill Country Brew Pub featuring a 13 unique beers brewed on site!
Paddle SMTX offers paddleboard and kayak night tours, paddleboard yoga and paddleboard lessons on the San Marcos River.
The 570-acre Purgatory Creek Natural Area is within the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone. Portions of the natural area are generally referred to as Prospect Park, lower and upper Purgatory.
The Rio Vista Park is a 13-acre park located on the dam, which serves as a local hotspot for swimming, tubing, canoeing, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding.
Among our treasures, locally-owned shops and restaurants, bistros and nightspots adorn every corner of historic downtown San Marcos, fueling American’s favorite vacation pastimes – shopping and eating!
Wimberley Glassworks is known worldwide for its beautiful hand blown glass art and lighting pieces. A visit to the gallery is unique, visitors can observe the beautiful craftsmenship of glassblowing and then shop the gallery.