WoodCreek Reserve is a 500-acre master-planned community with a cool family history. The land here used to be owned by the Poorman Family where they farmed rice and eventually turned it into a family ranch. It was in 1996 when they were approached with the idea of selling the property and one of the ideas around its future development was to create a special place that preserved nature and the natural beauty of the environment, land and oak trees.  As a matter of fact, the big oak trees by the entrance of WoodCreek Reserve were planted by some of the children of the original family many years ago. 

The nature park here follows the bayou, and is a 100-acre nature reserve. The nature reserve not only houses beautiful oak trees, but has amenities such as a sports field, wooded nature trails, lakes stocked with fish, picnic areas, tennis courts, and a pool complete with cabanas.  There are pocket parks located throughout the neighborhood, too!

The subdivision is located in the boundary lines of the city of Katy and is nestled along the Willow Fork and Buffalo bayous. It has approximately 453 homes that were mostly built in the mid-2000s by builders such as Lennar and, in the gated section, Westin Homes.  Every home site in WoodCreek Reserve is larger than average giving residents more space to call their own.

Residents enjoy a low, 2.9% tax rate and are zoned to Woodcreek Elem, Woodcreek JH and Katy High School.  The thoughtful planning and natural atmosphere make WoodCreek Reserve an excellent place to live.