Address: 330 Roosevelt
/ Phone Number: 210.532.6091
San Antonio parks give people an opportunity to spend time enjoying the outdoors, with fresh air, sunshine and exercise on tap for visitors. Take a walk, enjoy the scenery, and de-stress. Studies show people who spend time in parks will be sick less often, which means less time missing from school and work, as well as lower healthcare costs and better overall health. And it’s fun and refreshing. Visit a San Antonio park today!
Alcohol is prohibited; amenities are first come, first serve with the exception of the ones listed below.
Amenities Available for Rental
The following amenities are available for rental. Click on the amenity to check its availability before contacting reservations.
The cost to rent the pavilion Monday through Thursday is $15 an hour with a 4-hour minimum. The cost for Friday through Sunday and holidays is $30 an hour with a 4-hour minimum.
Clubhouse is available for medium-sized gatherings and includes: tables, chairs, stove and kitchen with refrigerator. Rental requires 48 hours notice and the cost to rent is $50 an hour with a four hour-minimum. $100 refundable cleaning/damage deposit.
This 12.9 acre park was created from an old gravel pit once owned by Bexar County and later given to the City of San Antonio. In 1920 it was named Roosevelt Park for President Theodore Roosevelt, and in 1928, the name was changed to Lambert Park, honoring the City's much-admired Parks Commissioner, Ray Lambert. The name Roosevelt was then given to old Riverside Park, which had been purchased by the City from private owners.
Roosevelt/Lambert Park was developed by the City to serve the surrounding residential neighborhoods. In the 1920s, a branch library was constructed just across the street and a swimming pool and tennis courts were built in the park. At the urging of a group called the SouthSide Improvement League, swings and benches were added to the park. By the middle 1940s, Lambert Park had been re-named Roosevelt Park, and the park and golf course to the south were once more called Riverside.