So whats a good neighborhood with lots of kids ,my daughter really is bored here in kingwood theres no kids outside. We might move there and its so big, we drove over last weekend around creekside park to look.
I think most of the neighborhoods in Creekside have children. I see a lot of them. Go to the little parks or after school. On our block are mostly young children (under 5), so, not much outside activity. I do know there are older one's further up the block. There are not that many retired people.....3 in our block.
We are in Tomball ISD and I have seen school busses. They just built a new elementary school on this side of Kuykendahl. I don't know if all of Creekside is in the Tomball district. To get a good idea, go to the Home Center where they have a big map with terrain and lights, etc. It is a replica of The Woodlands. You can see everything there. They would, also, know what school districts, shopping, postal districts, etc.
So creekside is the best place to live there in the woodlands. I saw the elementary but how far is the middle and high school? Do they have busses
It all depends what you want. go to www.har.com and you can actually pull up information on schools. test scores, demographics, economically disadvantaged data etc...
The benefit of a neighborhood like Creekside is that you have the ability to build or purchase really brand new homes for a reasonable amount (300K and up). The benefit of the more mature parts of The Woodlands (the Conroe ISD part)is that you have established areas, for the most part you know exactly what you are getting because there is no more room for construction, and for us it was important to actually be at schools in The Woodlands, in Conroe ISD.
We chose two elementary schools that fed into the middle and high schools that we wanted, and them did homes searches from there.