About Spring Creek

Spring Creek was originally a family farm consisting of mostly forested land and was purchased by an unknown builder who took out a loan and was approved by city of Springfield as the preliminary plat of Lakewood South on July 9th, 1984. The builder made some infrastructure improvements on the western ends but soon defaulted on the loan and foreclosed on the property. In 1985, Ron Stenger, Ron Stenger Developments, purchased the land and continued development in March of 1985. The property was renamed to Spring Creek with inspiration for the name coming from a spring fed creek called Thompson Creek that runs along the lower eastern boundary of the neighborhood. You may notice the logo on our website at the top of the page next to the Spring Creek name is an outline of the Thompson Creek. ​

Developers envisioned a community with open areas, recreational facilities, detached single-family homes, patio courts as a coordinated community unit, providing for maintenance, improvement and administration of the community and preservation of the values and amenities that Spring Creek has to offer.

Spring Creek consists of all brick single family residences constructed as single level or multi-level basement homes with two or three car garages, beautifully maintained yards featuring mature trees & landscaping, well lighted brick mailboxes, with most including a privacy fence and some even have covered patio porches. We offer plenty of amenities such as recreational facilities including Basketball Courts, Tennis Courts and newly developed Pickleball Courts perfect for friendly competition and staying fit, and one of the largest neighborhood swimming pools in the area that includes a kiddie pool for the little ones, covered patio court, lounge chairs and tables for kicking back relaxing in the sun.