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Welcome to Chinquapin Oaks! Our street and HOA are named after one of the most prized trees available to shelter and feed early Texas settlers. We believe that to be appropriate, as we are a little oasis within the Traditions Subdivision -- we are a private, gated neighborhood of zero-lot-line homes surrounded by a six-acre green belt.
Like that of other white oak species, the wood of the Chinquapin Oak (Quercus muehlenbergii) is a durable hardwood prized for many types of construction.The Chinquapin Oak is especially known for its sweet and palatable acorns. Indeed, the nuts contained inside of the thin shell are among the sweetest of any oak, with an sweet taste even when eaten raw, providing an excellent source of food for both wildlife and people. The acorns are eaten by squirrels, mice, voles, chipmunks, deer, turkey, and other birds. The wood was so prized by early Texans for furniture-making that not many native trees still exist. The acorns were ground into flour by early Texas settlers.
Please take a look at our Chinquapin Oaks planted in the circle at the end of Chinquapin Court!
~ News ~
It's a beautiful day in our neighborhood!
Posted on Apr 21st, 2020
Looking for natural Texas beauty to relieve cabin fever?
Easter in the Brazos Valley
Posted on Apr 13th, 2020
Happy Easter to our Chinquapin Oaks Family!
Spring Flowers and the Beauty of Aggieland
Posted on Apr 1st, 2020
Good news for all with cabin fever, spring in Aggieland is always beautiful! See how you can enjoy spring and stay safe all at the same time!
A letter from Traditions Club General Manager Bill Slade
Posted on Mar 24th, 2020
A letter regarding Traditions Golf Club and COVID-19 compliance
Spring is here!
Posted on Mar 3rd, 2020
The Bluebonnets are just beginning to bloom meaning Spring is here! We would like to wish a safe, happy, and healthy Spring to our Chinquapin Oaks Family. In addition, two opportunities to enjoy the spring before the heat gets too high are available. Details about First Friday and Maroon & White Night are available under Upcoming Events.
Aggieland Saturday
Posted on Jan 7th, 2020
Bring the family and join the Aggies for the biggest open house of the year!
Family Fun for the Holidays
Posted on Dec 3rd, 2019
With the holiday season in full swing, the Bryan/College Station area has great activities to share with the whole family! See what's coming up...
New faces, new family!
Posted on May 14th, 2019
We'd like to welcome Michael and Teresa O’Neal at 3410 and Jacqueline Andrews at 3411. We are so glad to have you as part of our Chinquapin Oaks family!
Get to know your HOA Manager, David Lynch!
Posted on Feb 20th, 2016
You can email David through the "Links" section of the homepage (bottom right), or telephone him at the number listed there.
6-Acre Greenbelt
Posted on Jan 9th, 2016
Take a look at our greenbelt! Chinquapin Oaks HOA owns almost six acres of greenspace surrounding our 12 homesites.

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~ Scheduled Maintenance ~
Monthly Irrigation System Checks.
Your HOA has contracted with Lupe Martinez Lawn Maintenance, LLC, to check all irrigation systems on a monthly basis, both individual homeowners and the system that takes care of HOA property. If you need to contact Mr. Martinez for repairs, please let your HOA Manager know.

~ Links ~
Manager -- David Lynch -- or telephone (979) 575-4345
Bryan Police Dep't Dispatch -- (979) 361-3888
Traditions Golf Pro Shop -- (979) 779-1007
Traditions Clubhouse -- (979) 779-1007