Forest Creek is a neighborhood in Round Rock, Texas, which has been recognized as one of CNN/Money’s “America’s Best Places to Live.” Located in south-eastern Round Rock, the Forest Creek neighborhood is bordered by Red Bud Lane and Gattis School Road.

Homes of all sizes and styles are available here, from simple three-bedroom starter homes up to 9,000+ square-foot homes that sell for seven figures. There are about 1300 homes total in Forest Creek. Both Toll Road 45 and 130 are easily accessible, making it an easy commute to work, shopping, or other city life. Forest Creek is a master planned community, which means that everything is nicely laid out and very attractive and welcoming.

Forest Creek features a par-72 Forest Creek Golf Club, which was named the “Best Public Golf Course in Central Texas” by Golf Digest. It offers a country-club atmosphere with an event center, full-service grill, and practice range, putting green, and short-game complex. Golfers will appreciate this course, and so will everyone who just likes to see the greens. The climate here is humid and subtropical, with hot humid summers and cool mild winters.

The amenities include a park which features picnic tables, grills, playscape, climbing wall, swing set, teeter-totters, a train on springs and a chipmunk bouncy thing; junior Olympic pool, shallow pool, kiddie pool and a Splash Pool; two lighted tennis courts, and the country club with full bar and dining, hot tub, swimming pool, and a covered pavilion overlooking a gorgeous pond.

Forest Creek is minutes from the Stone Hill Town Center and La Frontera, both includes shopping, dining, and entertainment. This area of Round Rock has five grocery stores, multiple coffee shops, Kalahari Resort, Typhoon Texas, Rock ‘N River Water Park, Dell Diamond featuring the Round Rock Express (our minor league baseball team), Old Settler’s Park, additional golf courses, hospitals, and the Round Rock Outlet Mall

For families, the elementary school is Forest Creek Elementary, and it is within walking distance to many of the planned communities. Students go on to attend Ridgeview Middle School and Cedar Ridge High School. The school district is expected to continue to grow and expand.