Named after the Cochran family who were co-founders of the Grogan and Cochran lumber mills, Cochran’s Crossing hosts a number of key events during the year, including The Woodlands Wildflower Festival in the fall.
Home of The Woodlands High School and The Woodlands Country Club’s Arnold Palmer golf course, this Village has approximately 5,110 homes and 16,000 residents. Bear Branch Sports Fields and the expanded Bear Branch Park are nestled in this heavily wooded village. The park includes two newly upgraded dog parks, illuminated tennis courts, half pipe, skate board/trick bike ramps, pool, indoor and outdoor basketball courts, picnic areas, and more.
Shopping: Cochran’s Crossing Village Center
Neighborhoods in Cochran’s Crossing: Amberglow, Ashlar Point, Bridgeberry, Capstone, Capstone Forest, Capstone Pines, Castlegreen, Chancery Place, Cochran’s Bend, Cochran’s Green, Copper Sage, Copperknoll, Forest Lake, Forrest Ridge, Golden Sage, Havenpoint, Hayden’s Run, Hollymead, Huntington Woods, Lake Pointe, Lyric Arbor, Meadowmist, Mystic Lake, Palmer Bend, Palmer Crest, Palmer Point, Palmer Woods, Shadow Lake Forest, Shadowlake, Shadowpoint, Silvershire, Somerset, Stone Springs, Summer Stonecroft Wood, Summerstorm, Trillium, Sylvan Forest, Teal Point, Turnstone, Waterford Bend, Wedgemere, Wyndspire.