Conroe Texas Attractions


7 Acre Wood

  • 4401 North Frazier Street (Highway 75)
    Conroe, TX 77303

  • Near The Woodlands, this family park and entertainment center provides numerous outdoor activities for children, including a petting zoo, wooden fort, mini golf course, huge playground, western play town and a giant sand box.

  • Joe Roughneck Statue
    505 West Davis Street • Conroe, TX 77301
    Located at City Hall
    The Joe Roughneck Statue commemorates George William Strake, who became a millionaire due to the success of the Conroe oilfield.

  • Libraries and Research Centers

  • Montgomery County Library
    104 Interstate 45 North • Conroe, TX 77301
    Celebrate the Holiday Season at your library with a cup of hot wassail and a treat. Choirs from New Caney ISD will fill the air with the sounds of the season. Stop by for some good cheer!

  • Museums & Galleries
  • Heritage Museum of Montgomery County
    1506 Interstate 45 North Feeder; P.O. Box 2262 • Conroe, TX 77305
    Located in the Grogan/Cochran Home (Circa 1924)

    The Heritage Museum of Montgomery County, a sesquicentennial project started in 1985, features exhibits chronicling the county's roots, from the lumber and oil industries to the everyday lives of Montgomery County residents. The Museum is housed in the historic Grogan/Cochran home, built in 1924.

    The Museum is composed of three permanent galleries including Glimpses of Montgomery County, featuring a time line chronicling the area's entire history, from prehistoric times to the building of Lake Conroe and The Woodlands in the late 1970's. The second gallery, Towns, People & Events, honors those who have impacted the county and distinguishes some of the first events for the area, such as the first county fair, the first telephone, etc. An important feature of the Museum is a replica of the office of Dr. C. B. Stewart, a local resident who served as the first Secretary of State to the Republic of Texas. Dr. Stewart designed the state flag and seal and created original maps of the county. The flag later became the official "Lone Star" flag in 1845 when Texas joined the Union. In May 1997, the Texas Legislature proclaimed Montgomery County as the birthplace of the Lone Star flag. The third gallery is a Hands-On Children's Room. Here children can explore a log cabin and a turn of the century general store.

    The Museum also offers a research room, oral histories of county residents, traveling exhibitions, a gift shop and several outdoor exhibits depicting the history of Montgomery County. Special events include a summer program for area children focusing on the cultures and heritage of the County. Hands on activities include churning butter, candle dipping, washing on rub boards, pioneer games, and log sawing.

Summer Camps

Montgomery County Library
104 Interstate 45 North
Conroe, TX 77301

One of the largest genealogy departments for tracing Texas family histories in the State of Texas is located at this library that also offers a huge selection of books, books-on-tape, reference materials, CDs, and audiovisual materials.

The Lake Conroe / Houston North KOA offers amenities to suit every camper.

Contemporary Houston attractions , the historical charm of Montgomery County and the natural beauty of Lake Conroe Texas are all at your fingertips during your stay at the Lake Conroe / Houston North KOA.

Located in Montgomery Texas , the state's third-oldest town and the birthplace of the Lone Star flag, camping near Houston has never been more convenient. Enjoy 157 miles of beautify shoreline, only a mile from the campground. Swim, boat, fish or take a dinner cruise on the Southern Empress paddlewheel boat.

Lake Conroe camping, near Houston has many benefits. Drive just 40 miles to shop, visit galleries and museums, dine in style and see one-of-a-kind Houston tourist attractions . When you return, you'll relax in our comfortable Lake Conroe cabins , fully furnished and ready for your enjoyment.

The Lake Conroe / Houston North KOA offers amenities to suit every camper. Enjoy wireless Internet; a heated pool, spa and baby pool; barbecue pavilions; nine hospitality rooms; gazebos overlooking stocked ponds; and basketball, volleyball and bocce ball. A huge ballroom holds concerts and dances - and can be rented for weddings and events.

Meet Your Hosts

After serving in the nuclear engineering department of the US Navy, Aaron B. Williamson decided to switch from an aircraft carrier to a land yacht. He and his family toured the western US for three years, taking in all the natural beauty and adventure they found. Along the way, they joined the KOA family. "Working with KOA allows us the opportunity to live the life of our dreams and see more of the country than we ever thought possible," says Aaron.

Aaron firmly believes in the KOA theme of Great People. Great Camping. "Our customers are here to relax and unwind and we want to do all we can to make their stay great through exceptional customer service. Teamwork is an integral part of every campground, and we are proud of our helpful, friendly staff."

"First impressions of the campground's appearance, facility and amenities are vitally important. Tennis courts, BBQ pavilion, wading pool, hot tub and indoor pool, lighted gazebo, paddle boats and banana bikes - these are just some of our exceptional activities and amenities. We truly have something for everyone."

In addition to a great camping experience, guests can shop, visit galleries and museums, dine in style and see one-of-a-kind Houston tourist attractions. The historical charm of Montgomery County and the natural beauty of Lake Conroe are all at your fingertips during your stay at the Lake Conroe/Houston North KOA. Located in Montgomery, Texas, the state's third-oldest town and the birthplace of the Lone Star flag, camping near Houston has never been more convenient.

When not "Making it Great" for customers, Aaron can be found with his wife and four children exploring the area and hiking, fishing, hunting, and enlarging his photography gallery, as well as grilling a mean steak for friends and family.

Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 80' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool
  • Hot Tub / Sauna
  • Snack Bar ($)
  • Propane ($)
  • Firewood ($)
  • Fishing
  • Pavilion
  • RV Sites
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Tent Sites
  • Cabins
    • Spacious Lakeside Lodges
  • Large pull through sites, each with grass lawn, picnic table and fire pit.
  • All sites have sewer.

    Tent Sites

    Level, well-groomed sites. From primitive to water and electric.

  • Cabins / Lodging

    Solid structures that sleep 2-6. Some with kitchen, bath, heat and air. Even a flat-screen TV!

  • RV Sites

    Whatever your RV needs, we've got it. From basic back-ins to Pull-thru patio sites.

  • Unique

    Teepees, Tree Houses, Yurts, Cabooses, Airstreams and more.

Local Attractions

  • N.H. Davis Pioneer Complex & Museum

    Take a relaxing stroll back in time.

  • Cedar Brake Park

    Located in Montgomery on Texas Highway 105, and a few blocks west of the historic downtown district, Cedar Brake Park is a favorite for families and visitors.

  • Bernhardt Winery

    Taste and tour this wonderful local winery and vineyard located in nearby Plantersville. The winery hosts events such as the Second Saturday Jam.

  • Lake Conroe

    There are many reasons to visit Lake Conroe, where you will find fine dining, wonderful accomodations, entertainment, golf, shopping, and year-round events.

  • Southern Empress

    Take a cruise on an authentic replica of a 19th century sternwheeler. Lunch and dinner cruises are available.

  • Historic Montgomery

    Montgomery is the third oldest town in Texas and had its beginnings as a trading post in 1826. It has retained its charm and preserved its 19th century historic downtown! Montgomery is also the birthplace of the Lone Star Flag. Dr. Charles B. Stewart, who was also the first to sign the Texas Declaration of Independence, designed the now iconic flag which flies proudly. The Historic District of Montgomery is located one block north of the intersection of Highway 105 and FM 149.

  • Kings Orchard

    In this little town of Todd Mission, just down the road from Montgomery is a wonderful fruit haven where strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and figs abound. Add many varieties of flowers for a spectacular day in the country. For more information and to find what is in season, call 936-894-2766.

  • Conroe Outlet Center

    For an adventure in shopping, don't miss a trip to Outlets at Conroe . There are over 60 shops, including Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, Guess and Liz Claiborne. Find great discounts on clothing, furnishings, gifts and more! Open Monday - Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Sunday, 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Located in Conroe.

  • Sam Houston National Forest

    At over 160,000 acres, this National Forest has something for everyone: wilderness, scenic and recreation areas. Enjoy boating, hunting, fishing and hiking on the 128 mile Lone Star Hiking Trail. Keep your eyes open for deer, bears and even alligators! Open year round. There are some user fees. Many areas are wheelchair accessible. Located east of Montgomery.

  • Sam Houston Statue

    General Sam Houston was a larger than life political figure in Texas in the 1800s and has been commemorated with a 67-foot tall statue in Huntsville. Designed and built by David Adickes, "A Tribute to Courage" is a monument to the man who dedicated his life to serving his country. There is also a Visitor Center and a Gift Shop. Located in Huntsville, 25 miles north of Montgomery.

  • George Bush Presidential Library and Museum

    Don't miss a visit to the Library and Museum dedicated to the 41st President of the United States! The collections include 38,000,000 pages of papers, 1,000,000 photos, 2,500 hours of video and 70,000 artifacts. Learn about his service during WWII and his distinguished career as a congressman, ambassador, director of the CIA, Vice President and President. Open Monday - Saturday, 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Sunday, 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Admission is charged. Wheelchair accessible. Located in College Station, 35 miles west of Montgomery.

  • NASA Space Center in Houston

    Get a taste for outer space with a behind the scenes tour of NASA ! Watch amazing films, take an audio tour, see Mission Control, maybe even see astronauts in training. See space suits, artifacts and actual space craft. Open Monday - Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Admission is charged. Located in Houston, 50 miles south of Montgomery.

  • Sports

    Sports fanatics will love Houston for its variety of pro sports to watch throughout the year! See the Houston Rockets play basketball in the Toyota Center from October - June, the Houston Astros play baseball in Minute Maid Park from April - October and the Houston Texans play football in Reliant Stadium from September - January.

  • Six Flags over Texas

    Put a little excitement into your day with a trip to Six Flags ! There are over 50 rides, from kiddie rides to thrill rides that will take your breath away. Add live entertainment, games and food and you have an adventure in the making! Call 817-640-8900 for hours. Admission is charged. Wheelchair accessible. Located in Arlington, 150 miles north of Montgomery.

  • Galveston Island

    Visit Galveston Island with its fresh sea air, 32 miles of beaches and amazing views and feel rejuvenated. Play in the sand or in the water, go shopping, visit the galleries and restaurants. Enjoy one of the largest and best preserved concentrations of Victorian architecture in the country! Located 100 miles south of Montgomery.

  • Downtown Aquarium

    Go on an underwater adventure at this amazing aquarium ! Explore the Louisiana Swamp filled with alligators, the Shipwreck, the Shark Voyage, the Rainforest with piranhas and stingrays, even an Indian Temple with white tigers! Plus there are rides, games and the Aquarium Restaurant. Open Sunday - Thursday, 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.; Friday - Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. Admission is charged. Located in Houston, 50 miles south of Montgomery.

  • Schlitterbahn

    Ride the waves at Schlitterbahn ! It means "slippery road" in German and a great time in any language. There are exciting waterslides, hot tubs, beaches, rivers and rides for you to enjoy! Part of the park is covered and heated so that the park can be open year round. Call 409-770-9283 for schedules. Admission is charged. Located on Galveston Island, 100 miles south of Montgomery.

Midweek 7% off
Stay midweek and get a 7 % discount off each night with a 2 night minimum nights stay. Higher rates on weekends. Limited Time.
Sunday Special
Start your stay on Sunday and get 10% off. higher rates on weekends.

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