Cochran's Crossing



Established in 1983, Cochran's Crossing was the third of The Woodlands villages. Named after one of the families who owned the Grogan Cochran Lumber Company, now over 16,000 residents call it home. There are over 5,000 houses, 22 parks, 5 schools, and one major shopping center in this centrally located village.

Cochran's Crossing offers a variety of leisure activities from swimming at Bear Branch Pool to playing golf on the 27  hole Palmer Course at the Woodlands Country Club. Bear Branch Park provides the community with a large offering of amenities such as dog parks, play structures, BBQ pits, a recreation center, volleyball and tennis courts, and much more.

The Cochran's Crossing Village Association meets every fourth Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM at the Woodlands Township Building. Residents are welcome to join.


  • Bear Branch Skate Park
  • Bear Branch Sports Field
  • Capstone Park
  • Cattail Park
  • Cochran's Bend Park
  • Cochran's Green Park
  • Copper Sage Park
  • Entry Lake Park
  • Forest Lake Park
  • Golden Sage Park
  • Hayden's Run Park
  • Hidden View Pond
  • Mystic Forest Park
  • Pachyderm Park
  • Shadowlake Park
  • Shadowbend Park
  • Shadowpoint Park
  • Somerset Pond
  • Summer Cloud Park
  • Summer Storm Park
  • Turnstone Park