Cane Island

New Community in Katy

Residing within the exceptional Katy ISD and ideally situated along Houston’s dynamic Energy Corridor – just west of the Grand Parkway and north of I-10, and conveniently accessible via the newly completed Cane Island Parkway exit in Katy, Texas – Cane Island is over 1,000 acres of gorgeous Texas prairie land … and a distinctive departure from everyday suburbia. Here, small town Texas charm meets master plan sophistication filled with creative and unexpected amenities.


Exemplary schools offering exceptional instruction and unparalleled opportunities are the hallmarks of the Katy ISD schools that serve Cane Island.

Whether you’re catching a concert under the iconic oaks, relaxing in the conservatory or getting a friendly wag “hello” from Hub, the official Ambassador of Cane Island, every day here is a new opportunity to live a richly uncommon life. More than a new home and a new community, Cane Island is a whole new way of life.

With planned themed parks, sparkling lakes and waterways for fishing and kayaking, as well as miles of nature trails, Cane Island is a haven for having a great time in the great outdoors. Look for parks and trails to be added throughout the future growth of Cane Island.

The Entrance Experience

The moment you arrive in Cane Island, you realize this is a community unlike any other.

That’s because beauty is always in bloom, as evidenced by the main Entrance Experience feature – a series of spectacular arches resplendent in the bounty of seasonal charm as they change colors for seasons and special occasions. These amazing steel sculptures have hundreds of glass leaves and thousands of programmable LED lights. A motion sensor activates the show as a car approaches, and its planter boxes allow for native Texas vines to grow and intertwine through the sculptures.Your ¼ mile trek into the heart of the community leads you past a 50-year old iconic oak tree, down a shaded road and past a sparkling 3-acre lake with seven 30-foot-tall fountains. Continuing under a canopy of oak trees, you’re greeted by a myriad of elk and deer neighbors along the fence line as you approach the Living Arches.


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Lakes on Eldridge