With the rolling hills and sweeping vistas as the backdrop to the Campanas at Cibolo Canyons new garden homes community, residents will find an abundance of recreation and beautiful garden home community parks both on-site and throughout the North San Antonio area. Discover all the great area parks and recreation near this luxury garden home community.
JW Marriott Hill Country Resort TPC Golf Course – Home to the annual Valero Texas Open, this 36-hole TPC San Antonio golf course is situated on 2,800 acres of beautiful San Antonio Hill Country. There are two courses to choose from: the par 72 AT&T Oaks Course offering a Hill Country terrain framed by mature live oaks and designed by Greg Norman with player consultant Sergio Garcia and the par 72 AT&T Canyons Course featuring wide fairways, noble trees and panoramic views of the adjacent Cibolo Canyons designed by Pete Dye. Golf carts are required on both courses.
Stone Oak Park – Just a short drive from Campanas is a wonderful community park within the growing Stone Oak area. The park offers 2.7 miles of paved walking trails across two loops, a bike trail, outdoor interactive stationary fitness equipment, playgrounds, pavilion and picnic areas.
Panther Springs Park – This 289 acres of land features 247 acres of parkland in North San Antonio and is also home to the Mays Family YMCA facility. The park offers 3 miles of concrete trail for walking, jogging, hiking and cycling; a 1.3-acre Dog Park divided for large and small dogs, with doggie drinking fountains, and pavilion for picnics and gatherings.
Canyon Springs Golf Club – Named by Golf Digest and Golf Magazine as “America’s Best New Public Golf Course” when it debuted in 1998, Canyon Springs Golf Club offers a championship golf course, upscale amenities and one of San Antonio’s finest daily fee golf destinations just 5.5 miles from Campanas.
Natural Bridge Caverns – Central Texas is known for its exciting underground cave systems and one of the largest commercial caves in Texas is located a short drive from the Campanas at Cibolo Canyons community, Natural Bridge Caverns. Visitors can choose from several tours with varying degrees of skill from novice to adventure spelunkers.
McAllister Park – Comprised of 976 acres on the north side of San Antonio, McAllister Park is one of the largest in San Antonio and has something for everyone with a baseball field, soccer fields, several miles of trails both paved and natural for walking, jogging and biking, a multi-purpose field, playgrounds, dog park, multiple pavilions and picnic areas, and fitness equipment.
Guadalupe River State Park – 22 miles north of Campanas is one of the most breathtaking parks in the Hill Country, Guadalupe River State Park. The park is the ideal spot to enjoy numerous outdoor recreational activities including kayaking, fishing, tubing or exploring the 13 miles of hike and bike trails. nbIt’s a great place for camping overnight as well as a day trip.
Plan your tour of the stunning new Campanas at Cibolo Canyons new garden homes community and explore all the spectacular community and area amenities.