Within the Hidden Forest neighborhood, a sense of privacy exists. Tree-laden and landscaped, comfortable and secluded, this subdivision is relaxed and inviting. Local residents enjoy one and two-story homes and well maintained lawns. One car garages are standard, along with paved driveways and some sidewalks throughout this large tract commune. The community is filled with luscious foliage, weeping trees, and towering hardwoods.
Hidden Forest sits in the cup of Blanco and Bitters Road. The subdivision is sizeable with many cul-de-sac roads, cross sections, and open, undeveloped spaces. With many businesses, restaurants, and shopping centers along Blanco Road, residents are only a short drive from typical living essentials and necessities.
With many creative facilities and services available, the general population participates in the performing arts. Theatres, schools, academies, auditoriums, and dance companies are concentrated in the vicinity. San Antonio Metropolitan Ballet, Bismarck Studios Fine Art Gallery, and Performing Arts San Antonio are all located in the district.
Walker Ranch Historical Landmark Park, added to the National Register of Historical Places in 1975, is also situated close by. This same landmark is considered one of Texas’s most endangered historic locations.
The Silver Horn Golf Club caters to the recreational and social needs of golf enthusiasts. Fitness Centers are popular with local residents and abound around the Hidden Forest vicinity.
For the more civic minded, some area residents become involved with the Knights of Columbus. This group sponsors the Bishop Tom Flanagan Golf Classic, which raises money for Habitat for Humanity.
The Charles W. Anderson Loop, or 1604 and Highway 281 are both just a short drive away.