This article is sponsored by AARP.
Seniors, if you're looking for fun activities that you can participate in with your loved ones and friends, here are some fun options.
Halloween is coming up, and whether or not you have grandkids, it's always fun to visit a pumpkin patch during fall. Grab your loved ones and make an afternoon to find that perfect pumpkin.
Pumpkin patches in San Antonio: St. Thomas Episcopal School, Northwest Hills United Methodist Church, Bracken United Methodist Church.
Know any other pumpkin patches around San Antonio? Let us know in the comments section.
If you're looking for some free and fun exercise, San Antonio is home to some breathtaking hiking trails throughout the city.
Hiking trails in SA: McAllister Park Trail, Comanche Lookout Park, Eisenhower Park, Government Canyon State Natural Area (Park fee required) and Chaparral Trail.
Let us know some of your favorite hiking trails around San Antonio.
Enjoy the River Walk
One of the main tourist attractions in San Antonio is of course, the River Walk. The next time you're downtown, enjoy a leisurely stroll down the walkways or take a boat tour. Cooler weather is on its way to San Antonio, and it'll be perfect to sit down for lunch or dinner along the beautiful River Walk.
What do you love most about the River Walk?
If you're looking for a fun weekend activity, visiting your local farmers market is a great way to support the community. Farmers markets are great for finding local produce, fruits, vegetables and handmade goods such as clothing, jewelry and soaps.
Is there another farmers market that we should know about? Share it with us in the comments section.
AARP will be hosting a free Celebrando con AARP for its Hispanic Heritage Month grand celebration on Sunday, Oct. 6 from noon to 6 p.m.
AARP members can enjoy a day filled with fun, games, shopping, activities and dancing to live Tejano music. AARP invites you to bring your friends and family, and come ready to celebrate!
The first 150 cars to show AARP membership cards will receive free parking at Traders Village.
For more information, visit aarp.org/sanantonio or call 866-227-7443.