Indian Springs

The discovery of Indian artifacts from the Bidai tribe of the Atakapan Indians led to this Village’s unique name. In the early eighteenth century, the Bidai ranged across most of the land that was to become Montgomery County, but by 1850 virtually no trace of the tribe remained – until the artifacts were unearthed in 1984.

This secluded village now consists of more than 2,100 homes and 6,345 residents.

This is the only village featuring hilly terrain—perfect for the athlete in training. The John Cooper School, a private college preparatory academy for grades K-12 is located in this village, as well as the Interfaith Child Development Center.

Shopping: Indian Springs Village Center

Neighborhoods in Indian Springs: Altwood, Cascade Canyon, Chandler Creek, Dove Trace, Eagle Rock, Hazelcrest, Heritage Hill, Hunters Crossing, Idlewood, Indigo Sky, Lansdowne, Legacy Point, Lenox Hill, Mirror Ridge, Peaceful Canyon, Piper Trace, Rushaven, Shawnee Ridge, Stellar Point, Teal Briar, Trace Creek.