Spring

 

Spring, Texas is home to some of best parks in the Houston Metro. Southwell Park, a 5-acre facility, located at 27419 Nelson Street, includes the B.F. Clark Community Building, a picnic pavilion with tables and a barbecue pit, one lighted basketball pavilion, barbecue grills, toilets, and two playgrounds with one for children aged 2 through 5 and one for children aged 5 through 12. Bayer Park, a 30-acre, facility at 24811 West Hardy Road, includes four lighted softball fields, seven lighted baseball fields. Pundt Park is a 380-acre park at 4129 Spring Creek Drive. The park will have a canoe launch, a pavilion facility with a meeting room and toilets, a playground facility, picnic areas, and a trail system connecting Bayer Park to the Spring Creek Greenway. For the plant and wildlife lover, The Mercer Arboretum and Botanic Gardens, south of and adjacent to the Spring CDP at 22306 Aldine Westfield Road, is home to some of the most beautiful and comprehensive botanical gardens in the metro. The facility includes the Baldwin Boettcher Branch Library, an endangered species garden with a beaver pond, a canoe launch, picnic areas, a playground for children aged 6 through 12, a tea house, a trail, and a visitor center.

The Cypresswood Golf club is located at 21602 Cypresswood Drive. Is an impressive city course which rivals some private country clubs with it’s smooth fairways, well-kept tee boxes and greens.

water park called SplashTown Houston is located in Spring. Old Town Spring is a popular shopping area in Spring.

Spring Education

All areas within the Spring CDP are within the Spring Independent School District. Several elementary schools, George E. Anderson, Chet Burchett, Pearl M. Hirsch, Mildred I. Jenkins, McNabb, Northgate Crossing, Salyers, Lewis Eugene Smith, and John A. Winship, are within the CDP and serve sections of the CDP. Marshall Elementary School will open in 2010.

Four middle schools, Bailey, Dueitt, Roberson (opened in 2009), and Twin Creeks, are within the CDP and serve sections of the CDP. All residents are zoned to Spring High SchoolCarl Wunsche Sr. High School is in the Spring CDP.

Harris County residents with Spring addresses that are not in the CDP either attend schools in Spring ISD or Klein Independent School District. Montgomery County residents with Spring addresses attend schools in Conroe Independent School District. Areas in Klein ISD with “Spring” addresses are served by Klein Oak High SchoolKlein High School, and Klein Collins High School. Areas in Conroe ISD with “Spring” addresses are served by Oak Ridge High School on the eastern side, and both The Woodlands High School and The Woodlands College Park High School on the western side.

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This information courtesy of Wikipedia.