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Village of Cochran’s Crossing

Cochran’s Crossing was founded in 1983 and named after the Cochran family in Montgomery. The county that once co-owned the Grogan-Cochran Lumber Company and much of the timbering land became The Woodlands location of The (then) Woodlands High School. Like Grogan’s Mill Village, Cochran’s Crossing was also named after the Grogan-Cochran Lumber Mill. Cochran’s Crossing is located in the lower mid-section of The Woodlands, just above Bear Branch Sports Fields and the huge Bear Branch Park / Sports field are nestled in the northern edge of the heavily wooded village. Bear Branch Park includes a 2018-renovated Dog Park (one for larger dogs as well as one for smaller breeds), illuminated tennis courts, a skateboard/trick bike/wheel friendly area, the whale pool, indoor and outdoor basketball courts, picnic areas, a hockey ring, and the Township's Original Recreation Center.

This expansive, established village (1983) is the home of The Woodlands Country Club and the 27-hole Palmer golf course. Exemplary schools, several large parks, and a village shopping center make Cochran’s Crossing a very centralized and convenient location for family living.

The Village of Cochran’s Crossing was established in 1983 in The Woodlands, Texas.