Village of Panther Creek
In 1977, the Village of Panther Creek was unveiled on the west shore of Lake Woodlands. It is now home to over 5,000 houses and nearly 14,000 residents. The village was named after Panther Creek, an actual waterway that runs through it and borders the western shore of Lake Woodlands. The area includes several waterfront neighborhoods and two waterfront parks. Panther Creek Village, the second village in The Woodlands, is located in the eastern part and provides easy access to Town Center and I-45.
Northshore and Southshore Parks are two beautiful locations situated on the northern and southern banks of Lake Woodlands. Southshore Park’s pavilion offers a stunning view of “Rise of the Midgard Serpent,” also known as “the dragon” to residents. Northshore Park hosts the annual YMCA Dragon Boat Races and the Community Associations’ “Concerts in the Park” series each spring and summer. Creekwood and Ridgewood also have swimming pools and water fun parks, as well as playgrounds and playfields.
Panther Creek Village offers various dining options, including Brooklyn Bagel for breakfast, The Black Walnut or Los Cuco’s for lunch, and Crust Pizza for dinner. Quick bites can be found at Taco Bell, or you can relax and people-watch while dining at Randall’s Signature Cafe.
The Village Associations are separate and independent organizations that provide civic and social opportunities for residents. You can find many of the duties for the Village officers on the Village of Panther Creek Association website, which also provides access to the Panther Creek Village Association Community Website and the Panther Creek Village Bylaws.
Panther Creek Village Center is located on Woodlands Parkway between South Panther Creek and Gosling Road, where you can enjoy shopping.