Conroe Travel Guide
Welcome to Conroe!
Woodland lakes, tall pines and rolling hills are all part of the landscape surrounding Conroe, a burgeoning center of arts, entertainment and recreation on the southern edge of Big Thicket National Preserve. Although Conroe is much smaller than the nearby metropolis of Houston, it shares the same appreciation and nurturing spirit towards the arts. Downtown Conroe is a hotbed of arts and entertainment activity, providing everything from live theater and concerts to fine dining and shopping. The Texas Arts Venue features new art and photography exhibits each month. At the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County, visitors have the chance to learn about the area's lumber and oil industries and view an early 20th-century general store. Three golf courses await visitors interested in honing their game amidst the area's scenic vistas.