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Coliseum Oaks is located in San Antonio, Texas and is a community surrounded by a culturally rich atmosphere that has much to offer its residents of all ages. The HemisFair Park is near Coliseum Oaks and was built in 1968 to host the World’s Fair. The flowing waterfalls and fountains along with beautiful landscaping and historical buildings provide the community with a lovely atmosphere and entertaining history. The Tower of the Americas is a part of the park and is a San Antonio Landmark.

Coliseum Oaks Park has a .36 mile trail, an open play area, and two picnic areas. It is a great place for families to enjoy leisurely fitness activities. Greenway Trails offers hiking, biking, and walking trails which go around the city of San Antonio along the San Antonio Creek ways.

The residents of Coliseum Oaks can pursue educational opportunities at several schools including St. Phillips College, San Antonio College, and the University of Texas.

In the heart of the city is the Riverwalk which offers sunset cruises and scenic walks around the downtown area.

The Alamo is one of America’s top historic sites and the Alamodome features the Illusions Theater which is a unique theater experience presenting top entertainment. The Alamodome also features Disney on Ice, trade shows, conventions, and concerts.

For more thrilling entertainment the residents can go to Six Flags Fiesta Texas and Sea World. Sea World is one of the world’s largest marine parks.

Coliseum Oaks residents can travel to the many attractions in the city by using VIA Metropolitan Transit.

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3907 E Southcross Blvd., San Antonio, TX 78222 Map

(210) 610-2612 Check Availability
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311 Nottingham West, San Antonio, TX 78209 Map

(877) 675-6832 Check Availability
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8700 Post Oak Ln, San Antonio, TX 78217 Map

(877) 621-5879 Check Availability
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