The Village of Creekside Park The Woodlands Texas

The third village to be opened in The Woodlands Texas

Designed with an emphasis on outdoor recreation, The Woodlands Village Creekside Park is the ninth and largest village at 3,492 acres. The Village of Creekside Park opened in October of 2007 and includes 1,850 acres of parks and open spaces, communing with nature. These include the 1,800-acre George Mitchell Nature Preserve, named in honor of The Woodlands’ founder, George Mitchell; and Rob Fleming Park, the 20+-acre recreation area named for the late Rob Fleming, naturalist and illustrator at Texas Parks & Wildlife. 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. Creekside Park Village has some distinct differences from the other villages in The Woodlands Township. The Village of Creekside Park is located in two zip codes: 77375 and 77389, and these also include Magnolia, Augusta Pines/Auburn Lakes/West Rayford Road in northwest Harris County.
Creekside Park Village is the last of the Villages to open in The Woodlands and continues to grow. The village borders along The George Mitchell Nature Preserve (seven miles of frontage along Spring Creek) a part of the Spring Creek Greenway Project, and includes several public parks as well as The Recreation Center at Rob Fleming Park.

Village Creekside Park Amenities

Public Parks in Village Creekside Park

There are over twenty public parks in the Village of Creekside Park in The Woodlands Texas. Here is a partial list…

  • Footbridge Way Pond
  • Hullwood Pond Park
  • Jagged Ridge Park
  • Kayak Ridge Pond Park
  • Lake Paloma Park
  • Lake Voyager Pond
  • Liberty Square Park
  • Pondera Park
  • Rob Fleming Park
  • Rob Fleming Rec Center
  • Rockwell Square Park
Public Parks The Village of Creekside Park The Woodlands Texas

The 20-acre Rob Fleming Park

  • Tree-line promenades
  • Naturally landscaped lake with       lakeside conservation trail
  • Craftsman-style Pavilion
  • Wildlife sculpture trail
  • Bluebonnet meadow
  • Festival field
  • Butterfly garden
  • Pine Forest picnic area
  • Tennis and basketball courts
  • Groves of specimen trees
  • Trailheads to the George Mitchell Nature Preserve

The Rob Fleming Aquatic Center

  • Located in phase two of Fleming Park
  • 13-acre site at the edge of Lake Paloma
  • Large, resort-style free-form pool
  • Serpentine tube slide
  • Lazy River
  • Three-lane lap pool
  • Boathouse
  • Gazebo
  • Playground
  • Open to all residents for a seasonal fee

George Mitchell Nature Preserve

  • Seven miles of frontage along scenic Spring Creek
  • 1,800-acre preserve
  • Hard surface hike and bike trails and soft birding trails
  • Trailheads located in Rob Fleming Park and other parks
  • Hiking, kayaking, birding, camping, mountain biking

Woodlands Country Club

  • Twenty-one lighted tennis courts
  • Four indoor courts
  • Center court for spectator
  • Fitness center
  • Children’s activity rooms
  • Indoor/outdoor lakeside restaurant

Nearly Eighty Acres of Water Areas

  • 72-acre Lake Paloma
  • Meandering linear park in the middle of the village
  • 12′ wide walking and biking path along the lake
  • Peaceful habitat for water birds
  • Ponds and parks are the focal point of the neighborhoods within Creekside Park

Rob Fleming Rec Center

  • Tx TreeVentures High-Ropes
  • Indoor activity center
  • Amphitheater
  • Outdoor Facilities
  • Express Fitness facility
  • Archery Range

Swimming in Creekside Park Village

Aquatics and Swimming Village of Creekside Park The Woodlands

The Village of Creekside Park features the Rob Fleming Aquatic Center which is located in the east-central area of the village, and Wendtwoods pool is located in the western area of the village. Both water-venues offer splash and spray structures along with lap and free style swimming.

Neighborhoods in Village 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.

Schools in Creekside Park

Shopping Creekside Park Village

Village Green in Creekside Park is located in the retail section of the village and as the focal point, offers grocery, dining and entertainment.

Village of Creekside Park Residential Services

The Village Associations are separate and independent organizations that provide civic and social opportunities. Many of the duties for the Village officers can be found in the Village of Creekside Park Association website.

The Woodlands Village Guide

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 allowed local, national, and international artists to 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 handing them off to the The Woodlands Township for the foreseeable future of said benches.