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Conroe, Texas
505 W. Davis St.
Conroe, TX 77301

Attractions in Conroe

With its massive recreational lake and easy access to a national forest, there’s no doubt that Conroe is a veritable outdoor playground. Hiking, biking, swimming, and golfing are just some of the things you can do here, but that’s not all. In Conroe, you’ll find museums, two craft breweries, art galleries, and theaters. These are just some of the attractions in Conroe. Read on to learn more about the things to do and see in Conroe. 

7 Acre Wood
The 7 Acre Wood family fun park in Conroe provides plenty of kid-friendly outdoor recreation. A petting zoo with donkeys, llamas, and goats; a Western Play Town; miniature golf course; and a playground with a gigantic sandbox, rope slide, horseshoes, and more can be found here.
4401 North Frazier Street
Conroe, TX 77303
(936) 890-2326

B-52 Brewing Company
B-52 Brewing Company is a craft brewery that produces a diverse selection of beer, including hoppy India pale ales and creamy stouts. Enjoy one of these flavorful beers, as well as outdoor games such as ping pong and bean bag toss, at the brewery, which offers tours and tastings every Saturday afternoon.  
12470 Milroy Lane
Conroe, TX 77304
(936) 447-4677

Campobella Bronze Fine Art Studio and Gallery
Visit a working bronze sculpture studio and gallery featuring the work of award-winning sculptor and Conroe native Craig Campobella. The gallery opens its doors to visitors in the afternoon from Tuesday to Saturday.
227 North Main
Conroe, TX 77301
(936) 203-0728

Crighton Theatre
The Crighton Theatre is a professional performing arts facility located within a historic building in the heart of downtown Conroe. Musicals, plays, and concerts are held throughout the year at the theater. Tickets for any of these shows can be purchased on the theater’s website.
234 North Main Street
Conroe, TX 77301
(936) 441-7469




Heritage Museum of Montgomery County
Explore the history of Montgomery County, from its early pioneer days to the growth of the oil and timer industries, at the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County in Conroe. The museum has various exhibits and a Texas gift shop full of handcrafted items.
1506 I-45 North Feeder
Conroe, TX 77301
(936) 539-6873

Historic Downtown Conroe
Gorgeous historic buildings, interesting art galleries, boutique shops, unique cafes and restaurants, and more can be found within Historic Downtown Conroe. The town’s theater and many of its live music venues are located throughout downtown, making it the place to be regardless of the time of day.
301 North Main Street
Conroe, TX 77301

Lake Conroe Park
Lake Conroe Park is one of the several lake access areas near the city of Conroe. This popular 13-acre park, situated just a few miles west of Conroe off of Highway 105, has picnic facilities, barbecue pits, swimming areas, fishing piers, and volleyball areas.
14968 Highway 105 West
Montgomery, TX 77356
(936) 539-7815



Lone Star Hiking Trail
This 129-mile National Recreation Trail runs east-to-west through the Sam Houston National Forest. The trail affords a more primitive look at the varied terrain of the Texas Piney Woods since there are no paved areas and facilities.
Within Sam Houston National Forest
(936) 344-6205

Moorhead’s Blueberry Farm
Moorhead’s Blueberry Farm is a family-owned 20-acre farm where you can pick your own berries. There are 20 varieties of blueberries to choose from and guests are charged by the pound, so you can get as much or as little as you like. Blueberry picking season runs from late May until the middle of July. The farm is typically open seven days a week during the season.  Moorhead’s is the oldest commercial pick your own blueberry stand in the state of Texas.
19531 Moorhead Road
Conroe, TX 77302
(281) 572-1265

Owen Theatre
Owen Theatre hosts professional theatrical performances at its 250-seat theater in downtown Conroe. The theater is located within a renovated Pontiac and GMC dealership that was originally built in 1946, providing a unique aesthetic to the theatrical experience. 
225 Metcalf Street
Conroe, TX 77301
(936) 539-4090

Sam Houston National Forest
More than 163,000 acres of densely wooded terrain comprise the Sam Houston National Forest, located just northwest of Conroe. The forest is home to numerous animal species throughout the year, such as bluebirds and screech owls, as well as the bald eagle in the winter and the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker.
394 FM 1375 West
New Waverly, TX 77358
(936) 344-6205


Southern Star Brewing Co.
Southern Star Brewing is one of the two craft breweries in Conroe. This brewery produces a range of year-round and seasonal beers, such as its Buried Hatchet Stout and the Pine Belt Pale Ale. Free tours are available on Saturday afternoons, and the brewery’s tasting room is open Friday and Saturday.
1207 North FM 3083 Road E
Conroe, TX 77303
(936) 441-2739

Lonestar Monument and Historic Flag Park
Discover Texas’ colorful past at the Texas Flag Park, an outdoor museum that features 13 of the many flags that have flown in the state’s history. These 13 have been chosen to represent the number of colonies in Texas at the time of its independence and the number of days the siege of the Alamo lasted. In addition to the flags, the park has two bronze statues created by local artist Craig Campobella.
104 I-45 North
Conroe, TX 77301

W. Goodrich Jones State Forest
This 1,722-acre state forest, located just south of Conroe, offers a wealth of outdoor recreation including bird watching, hiking, horseback riding, biking, and wildlife viewing. The forest is open year-round during daylight hours, and there is no cost to enter.
Middle Lake Trail
Conroe, TX 77384
(936) 273-2261

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Conroe, Texas
505 W. Davis St.
Conroe, TX 77301

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