Alden Bridge

Situated between FM 2978 and FM 1488, Alden Bridge is one of the largest villages of The Woodlands, and has more than 21,000 residents and 7,000 homes.

When the Village opened in 1994, Roger Galatas was the president of The Woodlands Operating Company and the village was named after his hometown of Alden Bridge, Louisiana. The Village spans a variety of home styles and contains two robust shopping centers.

One side of the village actually borders Jones State Forest, a 1,725-acre birdwatchers’ haven and home to more than 150 species of birds including the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker. This is a great place to hike or take your horse for a day on the trails.

Shopping: Alden Bridge Village Center

Neighborhoods in Alden Bridge: Acacia Park, Alden Trace, Alderon Woods, Ashley Green, Auburn Place, Autumn Branch, Avonlea Court, Benton Woods, Bethany Bend, Bluff Creek, Brooksedge, Camellia Grove, Canopy Oaks, Cedar Grove, Clingstone, Clovergate, Cottage Green, Cottage Grove, Cypress Lake, Deepdale, Eagle Mead, Elm Crescent, Elm Grove, Evangeline Oaks, Fairbranch, Foxbriar, Glen Erin, Glentrace, Goldenvine, Granite Ridge, Green Gable, Greenhill Terrace, Greenvine, Harvest Wind, Hawthorne Hollow, Hidden Meadow, Hollylaurel, Jasmine Bend, Larkwood, Laurelhurst, Linton Ridge, Maple Glade, Marlberry Branch, Meadowbrook, Millport, Noble Bend, Orchard Pines, Pinery Ridge, Pipers Green, Pleasant Hill, Plum Crest, Russet Grove, Sandalbranch, Sienna Bend, Silver Woods, Slatestone, Spring Hill, Sterling Pond, Stockbridge Landing, Summerhaze, Summerlyn Lane, Summerlyn Waye, Sundance, Sundance Falls, Taylor Point, Terradale, Truberry Bend, Valley Oak, Veranda Ridge, Villa Oaks, Walden Elms, Webb Creek, Westwinds, Whistlers Bend, Wildflower Trace, Willow Point, Windvale Park, Wintergreen Trail, Wynnoak.