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San Antonio's Morgan's Wonderland has opened a three-acre accessible fitness complex 

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Morgan's Wonderland, San Antonio's ultra-accessible theme park, has opened a new, three-acre fitness complex that will operate with the same focus on being a place where everyone can play.

The $4 million Morgan's Wonderland Sports is located just west of the main theme park. The site includes an 8,000-square-foot covered pavilion for basketball, volleyball and fundraiser events as well 30 different play areas, including a softball field, a football field and tennis courts.

Further setting the complex apart are LED lighting for visually impaired athletes and "ultra-accessible" restrooms, according to a MySA report

The facility opened Saturday, June 26 with an inaugural expo that offered wheelchair-accessible basketball, pickleball, softball, tennis and other activities.

Open play begins Tuesday, and the Morgan's Wonderland Sports requires no membership. Details on its events, rentals and admission prices are available online.

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