Pebble Creek

From the infancy of its existence, the vision was presented to build a community that was both exclusive and inviting. Pebble Creek has introduced a unique development philosophy.

This unrivaled concept emphasizes the importance of community. The Pebble Creek design produces the environmental ambiance necessary for an upscale neighborhood, with woodlands, ponds, and lush green fairways acting as natural boundaries to reinforce the unique sense of community within each village. The concept is gaining recognition nationwide, because it affords its residents the convenience of urban living, yet still offers the comfort and security of a small community.

Pebble Creek is more than an address…it’s a lifestyle!

Pebble Creek Development Company:

Pebble Creek Country Club:

City of College Station:

Bicycle and Pedestrian Program
This is a comprehensive plan to connect public land and parks and provide a means for people to bicycle or walk for recreation and/ or commuting purposes. Within Pebble Creek there are paths planned (bike routes, bike lanes or pedestrian and bike paths) along Spearman, St. Andrews, Lakeway, Parkview and Pebble Creek Parkway. The land Southeast of the Pebble Creek Development is the hundred-year floodplain and is owned by another developer. The city is looking to purchase the floodplain area in the future and put a path along the stream that runs through the floodplain. Please see map to see the areas and the corresponding type of path.

Bicycle & Pedestrian Program Information:

Bicycle & Pedestrian Map:

Lick Creek Park:

Birding 101 at Lick Creek Park: Birding 101 are monthly nature walks at Lick Creek Park on the first Saturday of every month from 8:30AM-10: 30 AM. All ages and levels of birding experience are welcome. All minors must be accompanied by an adult. Please bring binoculars if possible. Sponsored by Rio Brazos Audubon Society.

Birding 101 Monthly Nature Walk at Lick Creek Park information:

Deed Restrictions


Architectural Control Committee Guidelines

HOA Policies