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Creekside Park

Homes for 6,300 Families – and Yours Could Be One of Them!

The Village of Creekside Park is planned to be home to 6,300 new families. A mix of home styles, price ranges and homebuilders is found in the Village of Creekside Park, similar to the other villages in The Woodlands. Many of the same popular homebuilders who build in other areas of The Woodlands are building new homes in Creekside Park. New homes are currently priced from the $300's to more than $4 million.

New homes are available in several neighborhoods in the village including the gated community of Carlton Woods Creekside, home of a Tom Fazio Championship Golf Course.

Lakes & Parklands to Discover

Vast areas of parklands, totaling 1,850 acres, along with plentiful lakes and ponds, are the highlight of the Village of Creekside Park. Here, you and your family can enjoy hiking, swimming, fishing, kayaking and canoeing, mountain biking, birding and other creative ways to commune with nature. It's a true adventureland!

Many of the neighborhoods in Creekside Park are centered around parks or water features. A 72-acre lake and linear park, called Lake Paloma (Spanish for "dove"), extends east to west in the center of the village, acting as a scenic connector between neighborhoods. A 12-foot wide walking and biking trail runs along the banks of Lake Paloma. Major parklands include the 1,700-acre George Mitchell Nature Preserve, named in honor of The Woodlands’ late founder, George Mitchell, and 20-acre Rob Fleming Park, named in honor of the late Rob Fleming, Texas Parks and Wildlife naturalist and artist.

A Vision Named for a Visionary

Trailheads lead from several of the neighborhood parks into the 1,700-acre George Mitchell Nature Preserve at the northern border of the village. Miles of soft surface trails for hiking and birding are accessible from multiple trailheads in the Villages of Creekside Park and Indian Springs.  The George Mitchell Nature Preserve includes seven miles of frontage along Spring Creek, and is part of the Spring Creek Greenway Project, a joint effort of Harris and Montgomery Counties to connect and protect up to 12,000 acres of forest on both sides of Spring Creek. For more information about the Spring Creek Greenway, visit

Rob Fleming Park features a Craftsman-style Pavilion; a playground; tree-lined promenades and groves of specimen trees; a naturally landscaped one-acre lake with lakeside conservation trail; a bluebonnet meadow; a field for community festivals; a butterfly garden; and a picnic area. Tupelo Park, Wilde Creek Park, Timarron Park, Jagged Ridge Park, Spincaster Park, Paloma Point Park, Lake Paloma Trail and Wendtwoods Park provide additional opportunities for outdoor recreation in Creekside Park.

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