The Woodlands Hills is a 2,000-acre forested master planned community, featuring 112 acres of open space, 20 neighborhood parks, a 17-acre Village Park and an activity center with event space and fitness facility. The community will also include an extensive amount of trails for hiking and biking, in addition to dedicated bike lanes along the major collectors.


Small-town values are the focus of education in Willis ISD. Nestled between Lake Conroe and Sam Houston National Forest, the district encompasses 126 square miles in Montgomery County and 32 square miles in San Jacinto County.

Meador Elementary and Brabham Middle are both located adjacent to The Woodlands Hills property. A connector pathway from one of the neighborhood parks will link the community to the north side of the two schools to ensure a safe walk to and from school for children and families. Willis High School is located just east of I-45 on FM 830, a few minutes away from The Woodlands Hills.