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The Village of Panther Creek in The Woodlands

The Village of Panther Creek in The Woodlands

The Woodland's 2nd village, opened in 1977, is named  for the creek that runs through the village. Panther Creek is located on the western shore of Lake Woodlands and is within walking or biking distance to the Town Center and has convenient access to I-45. It is also home to some of the more desired neighborhoods such as West Isle, The Cove, Splitrock, and Windward Cove.    

Panther Creek has over 12,000 residents and approximately 3,600 homes. The schools that serve this village are Sally Ride elementary (K-4 grades), Glen Loch Elementary (K-4 grades), and McCullough Junior High (7 & 8 grades).     

The Panther Creek Village Association (PCVA) is the non-profit organization serving as an advocate for Panther Creek's residents. Members of the governing board are elected by residents of Panther Creek in a general community wide election. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month, at 7:30 PM at the Community Associations Building of The Woodlands. View the ByLaws of the association here.

Major Panther Creek Parks:
  • Creekwood Park

  • Northshore Park

  • Ridgewood Park

  • Southshore Park

Smaller Parks:
  • Clover Park and Pond
  • Hidden Lake Park

  • Lehigh springs Park
  • Long Lake Park
  • Meadow Lake Park
  • Northshore Park
  • Rainprint Park

  • Tallowberry Park
  • The Cove Park
  • Wedgewood Park

Amenities:
  • The Panther Creek Professional Plaza
  • Panther Creek shopping Center
  • Lake Woodlands
  • asy Access to I-45





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