Live Oak (pop 15,855)’s rich beginnings were born with the farmers and ranchers who settled and raised families in the area. It was incorporated in 1960, resting in rolling hills at the IH-35 and Loop 1604 interchange, just twenty minutes northeast of downtown San Antonio.
The city is perhaps best known for its beautiful 87-acre park, which has ballparks and playgrounds for families to enjoy, as well as a 27-hole disc golf course, a picnic area with covered pavilions, and a small lake for fishing. Live Oak also boasts the 35,000 square foot Live Oak Civic Center.
Housed within its borders is Judson Independent School District with 23,108 students enrolled.