Put on your walking shoes because Conroe is a place you can explore on foot. Walk along the hiking trails of the Sam Houston National Forest or in and out of the stores at The Outlets of Conroe. Or kick your feet up and enjoy a variety of live entertainment at the Downtown Historic District or a boat ride on Lake Conroe. Conroe's variety of attractions appeals to every personality and every lifestyle. That is what makes it a one-of-a-kind place to call home.
Let's start with Downtown Historic District. The restored buildings put a unique twist on the inviting atmosphere of Conroe. Don't miss the Sounds of Texas Music Series at the 1900s Crighton Theatre, or popular shows of high caliber at the 1940s Owen Theatre. More live performances like jazz concerts, comedy, poetry readings, art displays at Corner Pub is perfect way to wind down your day. There are a handful of art galleries with intriguing pieces from local artists. Also, their artwork is featured on 13 colorful benches throughout this area depicting Conroe's history and culture. To get an even bigger glimpse of Conroe's history, go to the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County. Here you will learn about the city's past revolving around the oil and lumber industry and even see Dr. Charles B Stewart's design and sketches for Montgomery County maps but most importantly the State of Texas flag and seal. Conroe is the birthplace of the iconic symbol of the Lone Star state; history was made here!
Conroe is a place where you can embark on adventures of your own. The perfect place to do that is on the 22,000 acre Lake Conroe. Explore the surface on kayaks, boats, jet skis or an 1800's sternwheeler Southern Express Cruise. Or you can discover what lies underneath the waters by fishing. When you reel in your line you will most likely find a catfish, white and hybrid-striped bass, largemouth bass, crappie or bluegill. Your adventure will continue on land. Lake Conroe Park has recreational activities for the whole family. If you enjoy hiking the Sam Houston National Forest, W. Goodrich Jones State Forest and Lone Star Trail are perfect for you. The variety of activities between these three places consist of everything from your average day hike to overnight backpack adventures, fishing, bird watching, picnic spots to horseback rides.
Conroe's list of activities is never ending. There are more than 10 golf courses to play a round with friends or coworkers. Or you could go together to taste the highly recommended Pine Belt Pale at Southern Star Brewing Company or sample Texas wine at a local vineyard and winery. One of the most unique experiences comes from visiting the Saint Francis Wolf Sanctuary. Here they provide tender loving care and a safe environment for wolves.
Conroe is referred to as "An Urban Jewel in the Piney Woods". This city has the perfect proportions of indoor and outdoor entertainment and activities to meet a priority in everyone's life . . . fun. To start enjoying life to the fullest, let New Home Source help you find a new home to settle down in Conroe.