Village of Indian Springs
Indian Springs, the smallest of the villages in The Woodlands, is home to only 2,200 houses and over 6,000 residents. The village was named after Indian artifacts from the Bidai tribe of the Atakapan Indians, which were discovered in the area in 1984. Indian Springs is located in the southern area of The Woodlands, just south of Woodlands Parkway and west of Gosling. The village is known for its secluded atmosphere and custom-built homes, and it is the only village in The Woodlands with actual hills.
The private college preparatory academy, John Cooper School (K-12 grades), and the Interfaith Child Development Center, one of the largest preschool/childcare centers, are both located in Indian Springs. Public schools that serve the village include Galatas Elementary (K-4) or Coulson Tough Elementary (K-6 grades), Mitchell Intermediate (5 & 6 grades), McCullough Junior High (7 & 8 grades), The Woodlands Ninth Grade Campus, and The Woodlands High School.
The Indian Springs Village Association (ISVA) meets on the second Tuesday of each month, except in July, at 7:00 PM at the Community Associations Building of The Woodlands. All residents of the village are welcome to attend.
Major parks in Indian Springs include Falconwing Park and Forestgate Park. Smaller parks include Chandler Creek Park, Deer Rush Pond Park, Hazelcrest Park, Reedy Pond Park, Rush Haven Park, and Trace Creek Park.