Downtown San Antonio is a beautiful place to experience. There are many things to do and sights to see, but we do advise attendees to use caution when walking around and always to be aware of their surroundings.
Alcoholic beverages can be legally consumed anywhere along the River Walk, so feel free to grab a margarita and walk around, but they are not permitted on the street level. All attendees are expected to respect and follow all laws while they are here. Please see the Code of Conduct if you have any questions.
You should find Downtown San Antonio to be pretty walkable, especially along the River Walk and Alamo Plaza. See our interactive map to find recommendations on places to eat, drink, see and sleep.
Rent a Bike or Scooter
If you want to venture outside of your comfortable walking radius, rent a bike or a scooter from one of these vendors:
Please be aware, bicycles and scooters are not permitted on city sidewalks and at some venues (please look for posted signs indicating this).
Buses are available from VIA.
- Downtown Service and Schedule
- Use one of the three VIVA Routes, to get to some of San Antonio's most popular tourist destinations.
Ride-Share & Taxis
If you're interested in venturing outside of downtown, then consider using the following services:
Texas Camp strongly urges all attendees to refrain from drinking and driving for your safety and the safety of others.
We want to make sure everyone feels welcome, not just at our camp, but in our host city. For attendees with accessibility concerns, see the City of San Antonio's River Walk Maps and Accessibility page for more details on the best ways to get around.