Taking a walk among The Woodlands Hills inter-connected pathways and trails is a great way to discover its nature-laced and unique hilly terrain. With bike connectors along the major thoroughfares, residents can take their bike through the pathways. In fact, The Woodlands Hills is the only master planned community in Montgomery County to offer dedicated bike lanes.
Lending to its natural beauty, The Woodlands Hills is nestled in between Lake Conroe and Sam Houston National Forest and will eventually be comprised of 112 acres of open space.
Throughout the extensive number of trails, you’ll enjoy taking in the simplicity and peacefulness of the surrounding forested atmosphere of this new community. Along the way, you’ll encounter lush foliage, streams, and some great bird watching opportunities. In the future, more miles of nature trails along the streams and creeks will be added.
Neighbors in The Woodlands Hills enjoy taking the connector pathway from one of the neighborhood parks to get to their elementary and middle schools, both of which are conveniently located adjacently.
The Activity Center at 17-acre Founders Park offers a pedestrian bridge leading over a natural stream crossing that provides access to community trails.
Talking a walk is a great way to reconnect with nature, breathe in some fresh air, and cleanse your mind, body, and soul. Plus, it’s good for your physical and psychological health. A nice, calm walk outdoors can reduce mental fatigue and pave the way to boost creative thinking, as well as alleviate depression and anxiety.
So, grab your favorite walking shoes, bike and even your dog and step out to enjoy a leisurely walk around and about The Woodlands Hills!