Creekside Park

The ninth and largest village at 3,492 acres, Creekside Park opened in October of 2007. Designed with an emphasis on outdoor recreation and communing with nature, the village includes 1,850 acres of parklands. These include the 1,700-acre George Mitchell Nature Preserve, named in honor of The Woodlands’ founder, George Mitchell; and 20-acre Rob Fleming Park, named for the late Rob Fleming, Texas Parks & Wildlife naturalist and illustrator. The George Mitchell Nature Preserve features seven miles of frontage along Spring Creek, and is part of the Spring Creek Greenway Project, an initiative of Montgomery and Harris County to amass 33 miles of Spring Creek frontage for a regional nature trail system.

The Rob Fleming Aquatic Center opened in June of 2008 in Creekside Park. The largest community pool complex in The Woodlands, Rob Fleming Aquatic Center includes a two-story flume slide for tubing; a Lazy River; three-lane lap pool; and free-form pool with an interactive aquatic play structure. A new YMCA, Tomball ISD schools and a village shopping center are also planned for the near future. When Creekside Park is completed, it will be home to approximately 7,000 families.

Neighborhoods in Creekside Park: Arrow Canyon, Aventura, Bacopa Bay, Braided Branch, Canoe Bend, Canopy Green, Caprice Bend, Cassena Grove, Clairhill Place, Coronet Ridge, Daffodil Meadow, Forest Ravine, Garrett Ridge, Gracenote Place, Hamlin Lakes, Havergate, Heron’s Place, Jaden Oaks, Jagged Ridge, Lake Voyageur, Liberty Branch, Notchwood Place, Paloma Bend, Paloma Cove, Paloma Grove, Paloma Pines, Paloma Point, Paloma Springs, Pondera Point, Stardust Ridge, Shaded Arbor, Spincaster North, Spincaster South, Sweet Mint, Tannery Hill, Tunica Pass, Tupelo Glen, Tupelo Green, Tupelo Trail, Tupelo Woods, Twin Ponds, Victorian Glen, Waterbridge, Welston Terrace, Wilde Creek, Wooded Overlook, Wyatt Oaks.

Neighborhoods in Timarron: Caprice Bend, Clarehill Place, Hamlin Lake, Pondera Point, Tannery Hill, Timarron Lakes.