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The Village of Creekside Park - The Woodlands, TX

Creekside Park Village is the newest development project currently underway for The Woodlands. This 3,492 acre village, located south of Spring Creek, is the only village in The Woodlands to be found in Harris County. It is also the only village in The Woodlands that is served by the Tomball School District. 

The first Creekside Park neighborhood, Carlton Woods, was opened in Spring 2007. More and more neighborhoods are currently underdevelopment with the entire village being planned for 7,100 homes.

Creekside Village is home to the impressive 20 acre Rob Fleming Park & Aquatic Center which is one of the largest parks in The Woodlands. It includes a butterfly garden, bluebonnet meadow, fishing pond, pavilion, hike and bike trails, and much more. The adjoining Aquatic Center along with its pool, has a 150 gallon dump bucket, 500 foot long lazy river, and two story slide.

Creekside Village is also the site for the George Mitchell Nature Preserve. Dedicated on October 19th, 2007 to the founder of The Woodlands, the Preserve protects 1,700 acres of Harris and Montgomery county and is part of the Spring Creek Greenway Project. The George Mitchell Nature Preserve offers hiking, kayaking, birding, camping, mountain biking, and many other outdoor activities.

Creekside Park Parks:
  • Creekside Park
  • Rob Fleming Park & Aquatic Center
  • Wilde Creek Park


posted Dec. 28th, 2015 - 8:47pm
Ren says:
I\'m confused. The map of the neighborhoods show Carlton Park in Stirling Ridge but this says it\'s in Creekside Park. Am I missing something? I\'m new to this area.

posted Aug. 29th, 2015 - 5:49pm
LL says:
My husband and I bought a home in Timaron Lakes 3 years ago. We were the first house on our street and got to watch everything develop in our community. So far we are happy living here. There have been issues brought up by the other residents regarding the development company and the builders. All and all a great place to live though.

posted Mar. 31st, 2015 - 12:16pm
maryann says:
Can the blue bonnets field be used for photos? i saw that it was closed off by rope

posted Dec. 8th, 2014 - 8:56am
sc says:
where do I report burned out street lights?

posted Nov. 1st, 2013 - 10:41am
Berli says:
Found 2 German shepards this morning. JaggeD Ridge, 11-1-13. call 832-422-5857

posted Dec. 16th, 2012 - 3:52am
Lori says:
Please have the common sense to get out of the street if a car drives by. The Woodlands does not have side walks and some residents will stand in the road with their kids to talk. When a car drives by, you and your children should get out of the street and stand in the yard!

posted Nov. 9th, 2011 - 1:10pm
blackhawk says:
Everyone has to remember that we live in close proximity to a large metropolitan area. Crime in any area is unfortunate, but we need to remember not to leave valuables, such as purses or gps systems, in plan view when we park our vehicles anywhere. We had a similar incident happen to us when we visited the National Park in Gattlinburg, TN a couple of years ago. But this will not keep me from visiting again in the future.

posted May. 6th, 2011 - 9:29pm
derp says:
Oh no, crime!

posted Mar. 24th, 2011 - 8:49am
VL says:
Are the bluebonnets blooming? Wanted to take my granddaughter to the park and take pictures

posted Jun. 12th, 2010 - 1:57pm
Heather L says:
On June 4, 2010 my tahoe's back window was smashed in and my purse was also stolen. I was there with my 17 year old daughter while she was getting her senior pictures taken They reached over my baby's car seat in order to steal my purse. A large amount was racked up on my credit cards. Even though we were all safe, I do not feel safe. I will not be visiting this park ever again.

posted May. 6th, 2010 - 6:03pm
RS Fleming says:
Wednesday morning, May 5 at 9:00am my wife's car was broken into while she was on her daily walk in the Creekside park and her purse and all cards and identification were stolen. Please beware when using this park as it is very open to roads and "escape routes". We feel fortunate that she was not harmed, the car was not hijacked and the damage suffered can be repaired over time. Our use of this lovely park will now be very limited as we feel the threat is too great to ourselves and property.

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