The Leon Creek Greenway currently offers 13.5 miles of paved, multi-use trails in addition to natural surface trails and park connections.
Leon Creek trail users have the opportunity to experience views of limestone bluffs, wildflower fields, stands of beautiful Cottonwoods and other heritage trees and often see wildlife on quiet mornings and evenings. The paved trails are mostly easy, with steeper slopes at the O.P. Schnabel Park and Leon Vista connection trails.
The trails also feature connections to O.P. Schnabel Park, Bamberger Nature Park, Cathedral Rock Park, Pearsall Park, Earl Scott Pond, University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) and numerous adjacent neighborhoods and businesses. A trailhead at VIA’s Ingram Road Transit Center is located at 3215 Northwestern Drive and provides direct bus access for trail users.
The City of San Antonio is currently planning for the expansion of the Leon Creek Greenway System to include new trails along tributaries including Huesta Creek, Culebra Creek and Huebner Creek.
Trailheads include way-finding maps and other information and are located throughout the Leon Creek Greenway.