Within each of the four villages, Bridgeland is planning for shopping hubs that will have their own unique character and charm.
Bridgeland is the first community in Houston to embrace “purple pipe” from the onset of development. This system uses recycled water from community lakes to irrigate all common areas, saving a significant amount of water and helping the community to run more cost effectively.
250 Miles of Trails
Bridgeland offers a hierarchy of trails, border-to-border, to provide connectivity for pedestrian and bicycle traffic to various villages, village centers and activity centers. Exercise trails with fitness stations are available throughout the development, as are nature trails along waterways and creeks, to provide scenic views and expand recreational opportunities.
Recreation equipment is offered so families can enjoy the great outdoors and embrace Bridgeland’s ample amenities. From kayaks and canoes to bicycles, volleyball equipment and fishing poles — residents will find it all! We even provide bait so you can reel in the big one, but getting the fish off the hook is up to you!
Bridgeland has a full-time Activities Director to design programs that range from arts-and-crafts classes to fishing and nature field trips. The Activities Director at Lakeland Activity Center hosts more than 30 monthly classes and many community-wide events for residents to enjoy throughout the year.
Future Town Center
Bridgeland has developed a plan for a bustling Town Center that may include hospitals, schools, future employment, entertainment and a variety of shopping and dining choices. The Town Center will be adjacent to the Grand Parkway and will be the hub of activity for the community.