Popular Gated Communities in the San Antonio Area

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Searching for a gated active adult community in Texas? Look no farther than San Antonio.

If you want to live in a gated community in San Antonio, Texas, you’re in luck—the area has several options, each with its own distinctive appeal. Whether you desire a lock-and-leave lifestyle or you’re looking for plentiful amenities, you can find it in Alamo City. San Antonio homes for sale span a wide spectrum of styles, sizes, and price points, giving active adult homebuyers plenty of choices.

If you’re thinking about moving to a gated community, check out some pros and cons, and if you have your heart set on San Antonio, take a look at these popular gated neighborhoods in the city.

Hill Country Retreat

Mid $200s – Mid $500s

The clubhouse at the entrance of Hill Country Retreat in San Antonio, Texas
Residents of Hill Country Retreat have access to a robust assortment of amenities.

Started in 2006, Hill Country Retreat will contain more than 2,000 single-family homes. This 55+ community in the heart of the Texas Hill Country offers several floor plans, elevations, and upgrades with residences ranging from 1,109 to nearly 3,000 square feet. Most homes are single-story ranch homes with the option to add a second-floor loft.

Residents of Hill Country Retreat have access to a robust assortment of amenities at the community’s 28,000-square-foot clubhouse. There’s a fitness center with an aerobics studio, an indoor pool, an indoor walking track, a flexible ballroom, multiple hobby and game rooms, a billiards room, and a library. The amenities continue outdoors with two tennis courts and bocce ball courts as well as walking and biking trails.

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The Orchards at Valley Ranch

Mid $200s – High $300s

At The Orchards at Valley Ranch, active adult homebuyers can browse single-family homes that range from 1,675 to 2,245 square feet. Upon completion, this active adult community will contain 88 homes with features such as courtyards and fireplaces.

With Downtown San Antonio only about a 20-minute drive away, residents are never far from the city’s cultural and entertainment options. Within their own neighborhood, homeowners can take advantage of a 10,000-square-foot clubhouse, an open-air pavilion, a basketball court, a catering kitchen, and community paths. A lap pool and a waterpark with two spiraling waterslides are also available during the warmer months of the year.

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Campanas at Cibolo Canyons

Low $300s – Low $700s

Active adult homebuyers seeking San Antonio homes for sale will find seven single-family floor plans in Campanas at Cibolo Canyons. Upon completion, the community will contain 300 residences ranging from 2,300 to more than 3,300 square feet. These single-story homes feature spacious master suites, kitchens with island workspaces, and dramatically tall ceilings in the living room. Homes also include covered patios or courtyards.

An all-ages community, Campanas at Cibolo Canyons offers a vibrant lifestyle. Homeowners can socialize with others and enjoy the amenities inside the neighborhood clubhouse. The community also hosts several social events, including a fall celebration and holiday bazaar. When it comes to staying physically fit, residents can stay active through water aerobics, yoga, and tennis.

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Get the details in The 62+ Loan Homebuyers Guide.

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