The Woodlands Texas Village of Indian Springs

The fifth village to be opened in The Woodlands Texas

Founded in 1984, The Woodlands Texas Village of Indian Springs is a “land-locked” village, meaning it’s bordered on all sides, in this case, by other villages. The median construction year of residences is 1986, and the village is home to some very prestigious neighborhoods (subdivisions) in the area. 

The discovery of Indian artifacts from the Bidai tribe of Atakapa Indians led to this Village’s unique name. In the early eighteenth century, the Bidai ranged across most of the land that would eventually become Montgomery County, Texas. By around 1900, 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.

Children living in this village attend some of the best schools in The Woodlands. Elementary-aged kids go to Galatas and Glen Loch, Wilkerson and McCullough are the local middle schools, and teenagers go to The Woodlands High School. 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. The renowned John Cooper School, a private college preparatory academy for students in grades K-12, is located in Indian Springs. Interfaith Child Development Center, one of the largest pre-school/child care centers, is also in this village.

Neighborhoods in Village Indian Springs

Some of the subdivisions in Indian Springs include – 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.

Parks in Village Indian Springs

  • Chandler Creek Park
  • Deer Rush Pond
  • Falconwing Park
  • Forestgate Park
  • Hazlecrest Park
  • Reedy Pond
  • Rush Haven Park
  • Trace Creek Park.
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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.