What was once a memorable place to hunt, fish and ride horses off of Highland Road is now today the adjacent subdivisions of Oak Hills Place and Oak Hills Park.
The subdivisions has ten filings and over 600 homes, and several man made lakes.
The Greater Oak Hills Civic Association governs the neighborhood and keeps up with the restrictions and within the neighborhood those who live on the lakes also are in the Oak Hills Lake Development Association. Those lakes are stocked with bass and open only to residents. Originally strict restrictions would not allow grass to be over 8 inches. Those that broke those rules had the association mow their grass and send them a bill.
Today the subdivisions of Oak Hills Park and Oak Hills Place is an area for families and children to walk and ride bikes freely and enjoy the lakes and the many residents at coffee, wine, and cheese gatherings and the annual Christmas Party.
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