Village of Indian Springs in The Woodlands, TX

Although Indian Springs is the smallest village in The Woodlands Township, it still offers all the services, amenities, and parks you have come to expect from a master-planned community. Indian Springs is named for Indian artifacts left prior to 1850 by the Bidai tribe. In 1894, it was rediscovered. Indian Springs is known for its gorgeous, forested hills. It is conveniently located only one village away from I-45. Indian Springs is a charming community that is the perfect place to call home.

Entertainment: Dining & Shopping

The Indian Springs Shopping Center is conveniently located in the 6000 block of Woodlands Parkway. It meets all of your shopping and dining needs. It includes everything from HEB Grocery Store to national chains like Great Clips Hair Salon, Chase Bank, and Subway. There are several locally owned stores as well including Wickander Works Home D├ęcor and Sake Ka Wa Japanese Steak House. The center offers services, including healthcare, hairstyling, tanning, car washing, and Tae Kwon Do. The Woodlands Crossing Shopping Center is just a few miles down the road. It includes stores such as Walgreens, Starbucks Coffee, Gold USA Dentistry, and Tristani, one of the area’s favorite fashion boutiques. Banking is also available at Woodlands Crossing.


Indian Springs is home to eight community parks that cover approximately 25 total acres of the village’s rolling terrain. Falconwing and Forestgate are the two largest and have tennis and basketball courts, soccer fields, swimming pools, playgrounds, pavilions, and barbecue pits. Woodlands Parkway is just a short drive away and is home to many yearly events. Events include Summer Nights-Waterway Lights, a festival held in Waterway Square that offers live music, face painting, and strolling entertainment.

Community Living

Indian Springs includes homes in all price ranges, including several luxury real estate listings. Indian Springs borders the village of Panther Creek. This gives residents easy access to the Panther Creek Service Center, one of two post offices in the entire township. As with all Woodlands communities, walkers and bicyclists have well-planned pathways. This makes non-motorized commuting a viable and enjoyable option for all residents.

Education, Schools, Healthcare, and Transportation

The educational and healthcare options available within the village are certain to impress any family considering a move to Indian Springs. John Cooper School, a prestigious private college preparatory academy has educated many K-12 students since opening in 1988. John Cooper continues to expand as needed. In fact, an expansive performing arts center opened in 2008 thanks to many generous private and corporate donations. Galatas Elementary, McCullough Junior High, and The Woodlands High School are just a few of the public schools located within the village. There are several healthcare options, including family practices in the village and St. Lukes, The Woodlands Hospital is a short drive away in College Park. Relocating to Indian Springs provides families with the opportunity to experience small-town charm in addition to the advantages of living in The Woodlands.

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