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As our daily lives are filled with more indoor time, there are many ways to stay healthy and active. 

  • Visit this page regularly or follow us on Facebook for new updates and ideas to keep you and your loved ones active, connected, and informed. 
  • Tag us in your posts and use the hashtag #SMTXRecTheCurve to share how you’re staying active and connected at home! We may be isolated, but we aren’t alone.

Please note that the City of San Marcos does not endorse, collect payment on behalf of, or receive funds to advertise any of the third party sites or services listed or referenced on this page.

Indoor Activities

Here are a few ideas for staying active indoors (Disclaimer: Individuals should consult their physician before starting any exercise program or changing their diet to limit risks of injury).

For All Ages

For the Kids

For Dogs

Outdoor Activities

Did you know that the current Mayoral order allows for individuals to engage in outdoor activity, provided the individuals comply with the Social Distancing Requirements? All open spaces and neighborhood parks are currently open to the public, but it is important that patrons be mindful of the current Mayoral Order in place prohibiting public or private community gatherings of 10 persons or more anywhere within the city limits until April 1. River front parks, playgrounds, the skate park, dog park, public restrooms and water fountains are closed. River front parks include Rio Vista, City Park, Plaza Park, Veramendi, Bicentennial, Children’s Park, Crook Park, Veteran’s Memorial Park, Dog Beach, Capes Park, Thompson’s Island, Stokes Park, Ramon Lucio Park, and Wildlife Annex/Wilderness Park. Click here to view a map of all San Marcos river parks.

  • Visit a local park - Our parks are free and most are still open to the public. River front parks, playgrounds, the skate park, dog park, public restrooms and water fountains are closed. Don’t forget to tag us on social media. Visit our page on Social Distancing in parks and trails.
  • Visit a nearby State Park - These are all still open as well (campgrounds closed). All Hays County parks and State Parks are now closed.
  • Walk/run around your neighborhood and say hi (from a distance) to all of your neighbors who are getting outside too.
  • Go for a drive.