Rob Fleming Park

Rob Fleming Park is the heart of the Creekside Village Community located in The Woodlands Township. It is a park hub for residents, a gateway to the 1800-acre George Mitchell Nature Preserve along Spring Creek and a connector to the rest of the community and regional trails. The inspiration for the character stemmed from national parks and craftsman-style architecture. The park was designed to allow for large and small-scale events and flexible programming.

The park, named after the beloved Texas wildlife artist Rob Fleming features a beautifully crafted stone and timber-beam, an open-air pavilion that anchors the site and provides a place for reunions, graduations, weddings, live music, and more. To honor Rob Fleming, many artful design elements were woven into the site, including custom murals depicting the art of Rob Fleming, sculptures, interpretive signage, and custom play pieces. The pavilion overlooks a large event lawn, which links to a variety of amenities, including a pond for canoeing/kayaking, a wildflower grove, a picnic area, playground, and winding nature trails that provide an unforgettable outdoor experience.

Many of the design features bring sustainable elements to the site, including native plants and bioswales. The park is heavily used for community events throughout the year and is a centerpiece for The Woodlands community.

LOCATION: The Woodlands, Texas
CLIENT: The Woodlands Development Company
SIZE: 20 Acres
COMPLETED: 2007
SERVICES: Design through CA
HIGHLIGHTS: Expansive Regional Park. Open-Air Pavilion. Large Event Lawn. Sculptures. Interpretive Signage. Custom Play Pieces. Playground. Pond. Wildflower Grove. Picnic Area. Nature Trails.
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