The Woodlands is a master planned community, comprised of several “villages” Each of which has their own neighborhoods, schools, shopping and entertainment.
Village of Alden Bridge: Northwest corner of development. Bordered by FM 2978 on the West and FM 1488 and the Jones State Forest on the North
Village of Cochran’s Crossing: location of The Woodlands High School. Named for the Grogan-Cochran Lumber Mill
Village of College Park: location of Lone Star College. This village includes the area around State Highway 242 and the Harper’s Landing neighborhood east of I-45
Village of Creekside Park: The last new village development to be undertaken by The Woodlands Development Company. A portion lies inside Harris County. Creekside Park is planned to have 5,516 single-family production homes, 541 age 55 and over homes, 738 multi-family residences, and 298 Custom Homes and Estate Homes in the gated community of Carlton Woods Creekside
Village of Grogan’s Mill: The Woodlands’ first neighborhood. Located near the Town Center. Named for the former Grogan-Cochran Lumber Mill
Village of Indian Springs: The smallest of the villages, it lies on the northern border of Spring Creek.
Village of Panther Creek: The Woodlands’ second neighborhood. Borders the west shore of Lake Woodlands
Village of Sterling Ridge: location of The Woodlands High School Ninth Grade Campus. Includes the gated community of Carlton Woods, which initially existed as a village in its own right
The Town Center: is primarily commercial development. Location of Market Street, The Waterway District, The Woodlands Mall and The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, along with hotels and a convention center (formerly known as “Metro Center”).
Grogans Point – An estate section within the Village of Grogans Mill. Features larger lots (approx 3/4 acre)