As the area’s only master-planned community, Woodshore combines the everyday essentials of living, shopping, and recreation in a configuration where they complement  each other. Residents are able to walk on trails and extra wide sidewalks to the Kroger and other shops in the adjacent Woodshore Marketplace. Living in Woodshore, you are in the trees, next to the Boathouse at Lake Bend, and minutes from work if your job is with Dow Chemical or in the Brazosport petrochemical complex.


At Calvitt-Eagle Lake Park, store your kayak or canoe in the resident Boathouse and enjoy a day on the water followed by a cookout at the outdoor kitchen. The park also hosts neighborhood gatherings, wedding receptions, and musical concerts.


Woodshore is conveniently located on Oyster Creek Drive, just 2 miles east of STATE HIGHWAY 288 and the newly remodeled Brazos Mall. Only minutes away are major employers, municipal athletic and little league fields, Surfside Beaches, and numerous boating opportunities. One mile east is Brazosport College with The Clarion regional music performance venue and its Center for the Arts and Sciences, Museum of Natural Sciences, and the Planetarium.


Acres of open space and miles of trails bring relaxation amidst the public areas that include a tot lot play area, lakefront park, and nature preserves. A mix of Live Oaks, Mexican Sycamores and Crepe Myrtles were planted in 2017 to mitigate the loss of stately trees felled during the widening of Dixie Drive. Woodshore’s natural areas are home to an array of songbirds, owls, waterfowl, ducks, turtles, and even a few deer.

The land for Woodshore was purchased from the Dwyer McNeese Family in 2012. Prior to that, it had been in the Family since the 1880s, and its history is commemorated with a planter in the main roundabout.


Residents and the surrounding community will benefit from the financial support of the Foundation for projects and events that build relationships inside and outside of Woodshore and promote the betterment of the Clute area.