Creekwood Park in Panther Creek, just across the street from McCullough Junior High School, is the first park acquired and built in The Woodlands, Texas. Don't let that make you think it's outdated. As with all of the parks and recreational facilities throughout The Woodlands, Creekwood Park is constantly maintained and updated to keep up with the needs of the community. Creekwood Park is a wheel friendly park and is home to the Creekwood Pool.
3833 South Panther Creek Drive
The Woodlands, Texas 77381
Creekwood Park Statistics
Park Type: Village | Date Acquired: 1978
Village: Panther Creek | Park Acreage: 14.68
Pathway Mileage: 0..6833 +/-
Parking Spaces: 14 +/-
Creekwood Park Amenities
64' x 27' Pavilion w/Electricity
Eight Picnic Tables
One Barbecue Pit
Creekwood Skate Park
Three Lighted Tennis Courts
One Lighted Basketball Court
One Soccer Field
Skateboard, Skate & Bike Area
Fishing Pond (catch and release only)
Creekwood Park Area
Younger Child Play Area
Older Child Play Area
Fishing (catch and release only)
Please observe Catch and Release rules when fishing in The Woodlands. All lakes and ponds in The Woodlands Township are “catch and release” except for Lake Woodlands, Bear Branch Reservoir and Lake Paloma. Riva Row Boat House and or Lakes Edge Boat House do not rent or sell any fishing gear, so be sure to bring your own.
Park Facility Reservations
Permits are required to reserve a public-park-pavilion in any park facility in The Woodlands Township.Facility reservation requests can be made online. Currently, only the pavilions are available for reservations. You must pay for your reservation within 7 days of making said reservation, or it will be deleted from the system. Click here for the Woodlands Township Parks reservations online request form.
Please note: The public parks are maintained by The Woodlands Township
Availability is subject to change without notice and is entirely beyond the control of TheWoodlands.Guide.
Per Woodlands Parks & Recreation Dept. Rules: "Younger Play Areas" suitable for children ages 2-5.
"Older Play Areas" suitable for children ages 5-12."
• Read details on park regulations & requirements
COVID-19 Update: Woodlands Township parks are open, however select amenities within the parks are closed due to CDC Guidelines or to ensure social distancing. Park equipment is not disinfected.