The student population of Timberwood Park is served by the schools of the Comal Independent School District, which is comprised of 18 elementary schools, 5 middle schools, and 4 high schools. For higher education, students may choose from a number of nearby universities and colleges, including University of Texas at San Antonio, University of the Incarnate Word, Trinity University, St. Mary's University, San Antonio College, and St. Philips College. All colleges and universities are located within, if not near, the city of San Antonio.
Current residents already enjoy Timberwood Park's community amenities, including a private 30-acre park with a 7-acre fishing lake, swimming pool, workout room, playgrounds, barbeque and picnic areas, a par-3 golf course, tennis, sand volleyball, and sports courts, and a .75 mile walking/running paths. Additionally, with the surrounding views of Texas' famed Hill Country and its greenbelts, residents are treated to a quiet respite compared to the busy lifestyle of the city. Residents also enjoy the fact that all their shopping needs are accommodated by The Villages at Stone Oak and The Shops at the Vineyard, both which are just minutes away from Timberwood Park. But perhaps one of the more desirable amenities in this community is the fact that there are no city taxes until 2032.
Timberwood Park residents are a 30 minute drive from San Antonio and all of its recreational, entertainment, cultural and economic amenities. Home of the Alamo (the city's top tourist attraction) the famed River Walk, Fairmount Hotel (the second oldest hotel in San Antonio and holding the Guinness World Record for being the heaviest building ever moved intact), Six Flags Fiesta Texas, SeaWorld, the Spanish Governor's Palaces and the Menger Hotel, there is much to see and do in San Antonio. San Antonio is also highly regarded for its Tex-Mex cuisine selections, particularly Jacala, La Hacienda de Los Barrios, and Tommy's. Sports fans can cheer for their favorite professional athletes at the AT&T Center, Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium and Heroes Stadium.