The Village of Indian Springs - The Woodlands, TX

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The smallest of the villages, Indian Springs has only 2,200 homes and over 6,000 residents. It is names after the Indian artifacts from the Bidai tribe of the Atakapan Indians that were discovered in the area 1984.

Indian Springs is located in the south area of The Woodlands, just south of Woodlands Parkway, and west of Gosling. Known for it's secluded feel and custom homes, Indian Springs is also the only village in The Woodlands with actual hills.


John Cooper School, a private college preparatory academy
(K-12 grades) is located in Indian Springs and the Interfaith Child Development Center (one of the largest pre-school/child care centers) are schools located in Indian Springs. Public schools that service this village are Galatas elementary (K-4) or Coulson Tough Elementary (K-6 grades), Mitchell Intermediate (5 & 6 grades), McCullough Junior High (7 & 8 grades) and The Woodlands Ninth Grade Campus and The Woodlands High School.

The Indian Springs Village Association (ISVA) meets on the second Tuesday of each month except in July at 7:00 PM at the
Community Associations Building of the Woodlands. All residents of the village are welcome to attend.

Major Indian Springs Parks:
  • Falconwing Park

  • Forestgate Park

Smaller Parks:
  • Chandler Creek Park

  • Deer Rush Pond Park

  • Hazelcrest Park
  • Reedy Pond Park
  • Rush Haven Park
  • Trace Creek Park



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posted Jan. 15th, 2013 - 11:41am
lonestarsandy says:
According to this website (thewoodlandstx.com) Indian Springs is the smallest of the villages. It has 2200 homes and 6000 residents.

posted Nov. 2nd, 2010 - 4:20pm
Thunderstorms says:
I live in Altwood in Indian Springs and last night a thunder stroke very close to my house; in fact I was sure it had hit our house. I am very concerned to know what happened and where did it hit? Somebody know?

posted Oct. 1st, 2010 - 11:34am
The States Shopper.com says:
I wasn't aware that it was the smallest, I thought College Park was.

posted Aug. 10th, 2010 - 9:44am
TheWoodlandsTexasDotCom says:
I'm not sure it is. Do you have a reference for this info that I can see? Indian Springs has more homes, but area-wise, they are pretty close. Take a look at the Villages Map on this web site. When I overlay the area of College Park on top of Indian Springs, it appears College Park is bigger.

posted Aug. 10th, 2010 - 8:01am
lloydwm@earthlink.net says:
Indian Springs is not the smallest Village. It is larger than College Park.

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