Village of College Park
The Village of College Park contributes to the diversity of The Woodlands, Texas, affirming the community’s reputation as a hub of higher learning and home to The Woodlands Hospital District. The village boasts a population of over 3,300 residents living in 1,200 homes across the neighborhoods of Grogan’s Forest, Windsor Hills, and Harper’s Landing.
In College Park, there are six public parks, with Harper’s Landing being the largest. These parks include Avalon Park, Harper’s Landing Park, Mason Pond Park, Misty Dawn Park, Tapestry Park, and Wimberly Park. In terms of dining options, College Park Village has over 30 different restaurants offering a wide variety of cuisine, drinks, and entertainment, ranging from drive-thrus to full-service dining.
For swimming, there is a single pool located at Harper’s Landing Village Park. College Park is part of the Conroe Independent School District, and more information about public schools in The Woodlands can be found by clicking the provided link. Lone Star College Montgomery is also nearby.
For shopping, College Park Plaza is a large retail complex anchored by both a Walmart and Lowes, with many small to medium-sized retailers and restaurants. The residential resources in College Park include separate and independent Village Associations that provide civic and social opportunities, with information about Village officers available on the Village of College Park Association website.
The Woodlands Medical Center is also nearby, and the neighborhoods in College Park include Harper’s Landing, Windsor Hills, Avalon Oaks, Cantwell Woods, Dulcimer Woods, Mason Heights, Mason Pond, Patina Pines, Prosewood, Tapestry Forest, Tapestry Park, Tiffany Green, Turret Hill, and Windsor Lakes. The village of College Park opened in 2000 and offers a variety of communities, including Grogan’s Forest community, located on Research Forest Drive and Grogan’s Mill Road, and Harper’s Landing community, located on the east side of I-45 and SH-242 with easy access to the interstate.