Area Attractions

Located just one and a half miles from SeaWorld San Antonio, Hyatt Regency Hill Country offers all the excitement of being downtown. The resort is 16 miles from San Antonio – making a stay with us an ideal getaway close to many must-see attractions.

Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa

9800 Hyatt Resort Drive
San Antonio, Texas, United States, 78251



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Hotel Activities

Resort Recreational Activities

Our resort offers year-round on-site activities for the whole family, including biking and walking trails with multiple bicycle sizes, a playground, bocce ball, horseshoes, badminton, sand volleyball, tennis, evening s’mores, and more.

Camp Hyatt

Camp Hyatt is a program for children ages 4–10. We offer full-day or three part-day sessions daily. Kids enjoy a range of supervised activities, such as arts and crafts, scavenger hunts, hikes, and more. Please make reservations in advance.

Family Day Trips

SeaWorld® and Aquatica®

Only 1 1/2 miles from the resort, this marine life park is home to the largest Shamu Stadium. SeaWorld® and its newest water park Aquatica®, offers opportunities for family fun, exploring, and learning.

Six Flags® Fiesta Texas

Built on 200 acres of a former rock quarry in the La Cantera development of northwest San Antonio, this Six Flags® theme park is home to eight world-class roller coasters, games, activities, live performances, fireworks, a free water park, and more.

The DoSeum

San Antonio’s children’s museum lets kids and families discover, explore, create, and learn with interactive exhibits that teach math, science, and technology, and features one of the nation’s largest children’s outdoor play and exhibit areas.

Morgan’s Wonderland

This 25-acre amusement park is the first theme park in the world that is fully accessible for people of all abilities. Morgan’s Wonderland was designed with special needs individuals in mind, but is a place where anyone can have fun.

Local Attractions

San Antonio River Walk

The iconic San Antonio River Walk is one of the top tourist attractions in all of Texas. This public park abounds with restaurants, shops, attractions, and more, all along miles of walkable winding paths that line the river’s banks.

The Alamo

The Alamo is the most famous landmark in Texas and host to more than 2.5 million visitors a year. The Alamo has helped shape Texas history for more than 300 years. Today, it is dedicated to educating visitors about its place in Texas and the nation.

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

The San Antonio Missions National Historical Park includes the four southernmost Spanish colonial missions: Concepción, San José, San Juan, and Espada. These walled compounds offer a glimpse into the early history of this rich and diverse land.

Hemisfair Park

Hemisfair Park is situated near the iconic Tower of the Americas in downtown San Antonio. It also includes the Magik Theater for children and Yanaguana Gardens, which includes vibrant artwork, innovative playscapes, and a splash pad.