Howard Hughes and The Woodlands Hills celebrates 5th anniversary with Summer Bash
THE WOODLANDS, TX – The Howard Hughes Corporation threw a big shindig last weekend to celebrate the fifth anniversary of The Woodlands Hills, the master planned community on 2,000 acres set in a forested, gently rolling terrain in Willis just north of Conroe. The Woodlands Hills was the first master planned community curated from scratch by Howard Hughes, now currently ranked among the top 25 master planned communities in the Greater Houston area.
The Summer Bash took place at the Activity Center at Founders Park. This free, family-friendly event was full of summer fun with live music, entertainment, a rock-climbing wall, water slide, inflatables, games, face painting, balloon artists, food trucks and frozen treats. The highlight of the celebration was the tour of 15 fully furnished and beautifully decorated model homes where there was a chance to win one of two $1,000 gift cards and exciting summer door prizes.
During its inaugural year in 2017, the 10,600-square foot Activity Center opened with the allure of indoor and outdoor spaces for social gatherings, events and activities, a convenient state-of-the-art fitness center, and an adjoining yoga lawn and an event lawn.
Just a few steps from the Activity Center are an interactive community pool featuring a lazy river, boulder for diving, sunning decks and shade structure, and a separate pool dedicated to lap lane swimming. Founders Park also includes a sprayground within an innovative playground, tennis courts, a dog park for both large and small breeds, and connected hiking trails.
Lorrie Parise, Director of PR & Community Relations for The Howard Hughes Corporation Houston Region, was on hand to soak up the sun, fun, and feeling of community from residents and visitors alike.
“It is exciting to have been a part of The Woodlands Hills from the beginning five years ago, watching the master planned community develop into the wholesome community enriched with nature and amenities that it is today,” said Parise. “The Woodlands Hills will continue to blossom and grow for many years to come with thoughtful design and planning.”