The Woodlands Village Alden Bridge

The fifth village to be opened in The Woodlands Texas

The Village of Alden Bridge 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 of Alden Bridge is one of the largest in The Woodlands and is bordered by FM 2978 and FM 1488. There’s 25 different parks with playgrounds, pools, lakes, picnic areas, bbq grills, pavilions, sports fields, & pools. The main ones are Alden Bridge Park, Alden Bridge Sports Park, Lakeside Park, & Windvale Park. You have miles of walking & biking trails surrounded by nature, and local fishing ponds that provide scenic views.

Neighborhoods in Alden Bridge

Acacia Park, Alden Place, 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, Sundance, Sundance Falls, Sundance Springs, Taylor Point, Terradale, Truberry Bend, Twinvale, Valley Oak, Veranda Ridge, Villa Oaks, Walden Elms, Webb Creek, Westwinds, Whistlers Bend, Whispering Pines Ranch, Wildflower Trace, Willow Point, Wintergreen Trail, Wynnoak.

Parks in Alden Bridge

There are three Townwide Parks in Alden Bridge, and as such, feature swimming pools; Alden Bridge Park, Lakeside Park and Windvale Park. In addition to the pool, Windvale park features a springtime butterfly garden as well as a jogging track surrounding a catch and release fishing pond. Scenic Lakeside Park overlooks Bear Branch Reservoir and has a wheel-friendly area. Alden Bridge Park is alongside of the picturesque Alden Bridge. There are also several smaller parks and tot lots close to homes and neighborhoods. Alden Bridge Sports Park, located on (SH 242) College Park Drive, is the setting for many local sports leagues’ games and practices

Public Parks Village Alden Bridge

Village Alden Bridge Parks

Village of Alden Bridge

When Roger Galatas was president of The Woodlands Operating Company in 1994, he named The Woodlands’ fifth village after his hometown, Alden Bridge, Louisiana. As one of the largest, the Village of Alden Bridge runs adjacent to Jones State Forest and home to a large number of parks and aquatic facilities. Nearby to Alden Bridge Village Center: (Kroger, Crust Pizza, Tex-Mex, Subway, Papa John’s Chick-fil-A, Chase Bank, Jack In The Box, Exxon & Shell gas stations, multiple salons, a toy store, Walgreens, and many other shops & services). Windvale Village Center: (Anytime Fitness, Allstate, Regions Bank, Golden Chopsticks, Shogun Japanese Grill & Sushi Bar, Herrera’s Mexican Kitchen & Bar, Tide Dry Cleaners, a hair salon & nail salon, a swim schools, and much more.). Its a super short commute to Town Center including The Woodlands Mall, Market Street, Waterway Square, and Hughes Landing.

The Village Associations are separate and independent organizations that provide civic and social opportunities. The Village Board Member listings can be found in the Village of Alden Bridge Association website.

The Woodlands Texas Activities Guide

The Woodlands Sculptures

The Woodlands is home to one of the largest collections of public art in the State of Texas. From mosaics and sculptures to a growing collection of art benches, there are many pieces to view, and enjoy. Make plans to visit the various mosaics, sculptures and a collection of art-benches, to view, enjoy, and of course, have a sit and a selfie!

The Woodlands Public Parks

Public Parks offer a wide variety of outdoor activities. A public park in The Woodlands is a short bike ride, or a nice stroll away along a nearby pathway. Wheel Friendly Parks are located in several villages, and the softer surface of Millbend Linear Loop in Grogan's Mill Village is favored by joggers.

The Woodlands Public Art Bench Project

The Woodlands Public Art Bench Project showcases local, national, and international artists whom add their own flare to Town Center by contributing a custom built bench. The Woodlands Art Council oversees the benches up to installation prior to transfer to the The Woodlands Township.

The Woodlands Village Guide