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Timber Park, in Evansville, Indiana, is a well-situated housing development. Two sides of the neighborhood are sheltered by lush, green trees that offer extra privacy to the neighborhood. Pigeon Creek flows through much of Evansville, including a turn past Timber Park, flowing until it empties into the Ohio River. It is also a perfect neighborhood for the traveling business person because of its convenient location to the Evansville Dress Regional Airport.

Harrison College, Evansville campus, is located near the Timber Park neighborhood. The college campus is one of thirteen Harrison College campuses. The school offers classes in veterinary technology, medical degrees, accounting and business degrees.

Wesselman Nature Society is located a few blocks south of Timber Park. This nature conservatory offers residents an opportunity to interact with the animals and habitats of the wetlands and the woods. They also offer an opportunity for river fun with organized canoe trips down Pigeon Creek. It is a great place for families to spend the afternoon becoming acquainted with raptors and the society’s mascot, Wes the Raccoon.

The Timber Lake area offers several school choices. Public schools, Stockwell Elementary and William Henry Harrison High School, provide good educations. For those wanting a private school, Evansville Day School and Good Shepherd School are both close to the neighborhood.

Entertainment is close at hand. Movie theaters, climbing gyms, and family fun centers are just minutes away from the sub-division. The nearby Metro Sports Center, an indoor sports complex, offers family fun and sports lessons.

Many of the homes in Timber Lake are owner-occupied. Rental houses, condos, and apartments are also spread throughout the neighborhood.

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