Earth Day at Woodlawn Lake Park


1103 Cincinnati Ave
San Antonio, TX 78201
United States


San Antonio Parks and Recreation is celebrating Earth Day 2022 at Woodlawn Lake Park (1103 Cincinnati Ave) on Saturday, April 23 from 10am-2pm. Get outside, create, explore and celebrate environmental stewardship. This free, fun-filled event will feature over 50 environmental organizations, hands-on family activities, free tree adoptions, engaging poetry, storytelling, dance and musical performances. Participants will have the opportunity to take a free Fitness in the Park class, enjoy a healthy treat from food vendors, and connect with representatives from the City and local organizations whose work focuses on conservation including:

  • Alamo Group of the Sierra Club
  • American Indians in TX at the Spanish Colonial Missions
  • Bexar Audubon Society
  • Build SA Green
  • City of San Antonio (COSA) Office of Historic Preservation
  • COSA Office of Sustainability
  • COSA Solid Waste Department
  • VIA Metropolitan Transit
  • Compost Queens
  • CPS Energy
  • Edward Aquifer Authority Protection Program
  • Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas
  • H-E-B
  • Latino Outdoors
  • REI Co-Op
  • River City Produce “Market 2 U”
  • San Antonio Parks Foundation
  • San Antonio Water System
  • San Antonio Zoo
  • South Texas Off-Road Mountain Bikers
  • Spare Parts
  • Woodlawn Lake Community Association

and more!

This Earth Day 2022 event strives to be a Zero Waste event, the City’s first. San Antonio Parks & Recreation and event partners are supporting this effort by eliminating single-use plastics, switching to compostables, avoiding flyers and giveaway items, and helping attendees sort materials at zero waste stations. Guests can help achieve this goal, too, by packing a zero-waste picnic and bringing their own drinking container and utensils or keeping materials like bottles and cans clean and putting food waste in the right place. Zero Waste Stations, provided by the City’s Solid Waste Department, will be in numerous locations to help guests sort recyclables, compostables and trash. This event is also supporting the City’s climate initiatives by reducing waste and increasing product reuse.

For a list of performers, activities, and food vendors, please visit