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Tourism & Lodging

Tourism

The Metrocom area is home to a growing number of overnight accommodations that are convenient to the popular recreational activities in the Metrocom area.

If you have never experienced the spectacular beauty of underground nature, then you must visit the Natural Bridge Caverns and Wildlife Ranch, or you may try something new at Retama Park, followed by a lazy float down a local river. The Metrocom is also home to various soccer, disc golf and other sporting venues, as well as a number of well-maintained parks.

If none of that strikes you there are the numerous shopping venues, from the quaint Bracken Village with all sorts of specialty shops and eateries to Rolling Oaks Mall with all you would expect from a mall, to huge flea markets and thrift stores. And, finally, if a nice walk, or drive, through 18 holes of Metrocom beauty strikes you, try one of our five golf courses.

In addition to these attractions, the Metrocom is 10 minutes to the S.T.A.R. Soccer Complex and Morgan's Wonderland, 20 minutes to the Alamo and Riverwalk, 30 minutes to Six Flags Fiesta Texas and 40 minutes to Sea World. Heading north towards Austin, you are only 20 minutes from Schlitterbahn Water Park and less than 30 minutes to the Prime and Tanger Outlet Malls. The area is also near San Antonio, New Braunfels and Austin.

Lodging

The choices for an overnight or extended stay in the Metrocom range from places for the budget-minded to accommodations with exercise facilities, pools and meeting space. Whether you are in town on business or leisure, visiting one of the many fine golf courses, other sports attractions (like the home of the NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs at the AT&T Center, which is a short 15-minute drive) or just relaxing and seeing the sights, you can find a comfortable place to stay anywhere in the Metrocom area.

So come to the Metrocom and stay awhile to experience all that the area has to offer, from fine dining and shopping to active and relaxing recreational activities.

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