Leon Springs, Texas is an unincorporated community nineteen miles northwest of downtown San Antonio in Bexar County. German immigrants settled the community in the mid nineteenth century. The first Romano’s Macaroni Grill started in Leon Springs. The location has since been closed. It is also home to the original Rudy’s Country Store and Bar-B-Q.
Leon Springs is located only 9 minutes (6.3 miles) away from Six Flags Fiesta Texas. Enjoy a thrilling day trip to Six Flags Fiesta Texas where the options are endless. Step onto several pulse-pounding rollercoasters. Enjoy a leisurely ride on many of the family and kid-friendly rides. Cool off at the White Water Bay full of water rides. Six Flags Fiesta Texas offers it all, from rides and events to dining and entertainment.
The Santikos Palladium IMAX is only an 8 minute drive from Leon Springs. The Santikos theater offers the most recent movie releases. Each guests reserves their seats when purchasing a ticket which helps guests find seats without a hassle, confusion, or disappointment. The theater provides extremely clean bathrooms, entertaining arcade games, mouth-watering movie concessions, and a unique cafe.
Leon Springs Dancehall was home to several sold out concerts in the years 1993-2005. It was the most beloved dancehall to grab a drink and enjoy some of the best live entertainment Texas had to offer. The doors temporarily closed in 2006, but is now open. Operating under the Black Tie Affairs Catering, the Leon Springs Dancehall offers a high-class feel with Texas charm for events held here. Schedule an event or enjoy a public night out dancing to great music.