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We planned this as a stop during a road trip to stretch our legs and it was AMAZING!! It is manned by students who are soooo eager to teach and they do a great job. The boat ride was good for the kids, as well.
The glass bottom boat tours are great. Lots of information about the geography of this region of Texas and about the aquatic environment in the springs. Tour guides are students from the university and seem to enjoy teaching everyone about what they are seeing below...More
My family and I wanted to try something new. So we took my grandson and granddaughter on the boat ride. It was a little hot so it was nice to get on the boat and feel the cool breeze. The boat ride was very interesting...More
I took my two small children on the glass bottom boat tour, to the aquarium, and on a guided wetlands tour. The guide doing the boat tour was great with the kids, was able to answer every question from the adults and it was just...More
We visited in the morning on a Saturday. The temperature had not gotten too hot yet, and there was a nice breeze, so the atmosphere was quite pleasant. We paid for the extended tour and ended up being the only family on the boat. It...More
Great place to see the San Marcos springs while riding a glass bottom boat. The location is the longest inhabited area in the country. Enjoy the view of Old Main while walking the trails. A true gem at the gateway to the Hill country.
The area itself is beautiful. Crystal clear water that you can tour on their Glass Bottom Boat Tours. We saw turtles, fish, and exactly where the water bubbles up from the ground under the “lake”. They also have a small aquarium inside that depending on...More
We had a group of 15. The 7 year old and the 80 year old really enjoyed it! So did everyone in between. I called ahead to arrange a private group tour, the center was very helpful and accommodating. Part of my party got lost/stuck...More
We visited the Meadows Center and took the extended 45 Minute glass bottom boat tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable and pointed out the aquifers in the area. The water was crystal clear and we could see divers down below the boat. I was impressed...More
The boat is not wheel chair accessible. À passenger needs to step from the dock to the boat, then step down into the boat. However, the staff may have alternatives available that I am unaware of. I would call them.