Hidden Creek

Hidden Creek: The Cure for the Common Community

Hidden Creek hosts 1,000 home sites, a 20-acre park, 142 acres of lakes and homes built by Beazer Homes, Chesmar HomesCoventry HomesDarling Homes, Highland Homes, Meritage Homes, M/I HomesPerry Homes, CalAtlantic Homes, Ravenna HomesTaylor MorrisonToll Brothers, Trendmaker HomesVillage Builders and Westin Homes. New luxury homes range in price from $240,000 to more than $1 million.

Each neighborhood in Hidden Creek has been named after one of Texas’ noteworthy creek systems.  Additionally, the street names complement a variety of historical and geographical facets of the respective creeks.  Learn more about the meaning behind the names here.

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Hidden Creek Amenities

Lakeland Village Park

Saving the best for last, the 20-acre Lakeland Village Park boasts a plethora of unique features – offering something for everyone.  The park includes a fenced dog park, a skate park, a basketball court,  a heated lap pool that will be open year-round, a fishing pier, a spray park, as well as multiple tennis courts, playgrounds, walking trails and playfields.

Josey Lake

This expansive lake system will stretch for three miles and offer multiple opportunities for active and passive play.  A  canoe and kayak launch will allow residents to paddle for a mile and a half in either direction while enjoying a birding tower and other points of interest along the way.  Many native plants and grasses will line the lake’s edge to provide a natural look and feel for all to enjoy – including the many species of waterfowl that will visit the area!

Treehouse Park

One of the most adventurous elements in Hidden Creek is Treehouse Park. This beautiful area features a two-story treehouse nestled among live oaks that date back to the property’s early rice farming days. Adjacent to the custom-built piece, a boardwalk hovers over an old creek bed and a decomposed granite pathway winds through the wooded area nearby. The remainder of the park will be left in its natural state, one of Bridgeland many efforts to preserve and restore its land, which is located in the Katy Prairie.