Spring, Texas and the larger area around the actual town sits south of The Woodlands and north of downtown Houston, straddling I-45 on the east and west sides. Rich in history, the Spring area was home to Orcoquiza Native Americans, German immigrants, farmers, and railroad workers before becoming a suburban hub in the greater Houston area.
A number of housing and education options are available in Spring. Public and private schools educate the area's youth, while community colleges and satellite campuses for larger schools are within an easy commute. Real estate offerings in the area include single and multi family residences, as well as townhomes and estate homes.
With easy access to I-45, the Grand Parkway, and BW8, area residents enjoy a number of routes into and around town. Park & Ride options exist for commuters seeking to take advantage of public transportation into downtown Houston.
Enjoy a hot summer day at Wet'n'Wild Splashtown water park, the Spring Creek trail system, or area shopping and dining. Old Town Spring is also a popular location for locals and tourists alike. Whether you prefer the annual crawfish and zydeco fest, shopping during the holidays in the 150+ quaint shops, or just enjoying the historic charm of the brick-laid streets, Old Town Spring offers someone for everyone.