The city of Conroe is the county seat of Montgomery County, Texas with a population hovering around 72,000. Economic development is growing to include manufacturing, retail, healthcare, construction, and tourism.
We are neighbors with Lake Conroe, our 21,000-acre recreational lake where our year- round and vacation homeowners gather for the sights, sounds, food, and fun. Visitors camp out on couches, in spare bedrooms and official campsites all around our watering hole.
Lake Conroe is a relief from the heat in the summer and a retreat from hectic schedules throughout the year.
We are fortunate enough to have several parks in our local area, including Sam Houston National Forest, as well as city green spaces. Candy Cane Park, our most well known outside fun zone, is home to several playgrounds, picnic pavilions, tennis and basketball courts, all next door to the Conroe Aquatic Center.
You know it’s all about water in Conroe, including our Aquatic Center, operated by our Parks and Recreation Department, you can purchase a day pass, or a monthly membership, which is ideal for visitors and locals. Benefits of the Conroe Aquatic Center include fitness classes, a lap pool, plus an outside collection of pools including a water park complete with slide, fountains, and a big bucket that douses willing participants.
Living In Conroe
When you talk to people about living in Conroe, you’ll find they have one thing in common; they like it! Some might live here and commute to Houston or The Woodlands; others might live here during certain times of the year; while other clusters of our population live here after they retire.
Families with students receive the benefits of the Conroe Independent School District, one of the top-ranked school systems in the state of Texas. Students gain academic merits, have dozens of extracurricular clubs to choose from, access to athletics, and can even earn college credit thanks to Lone Star College-Montgomery.
Nature lovers revel in our nearby Sam Houston National Forest, and bird watchers utilize the birding tours along The Lone Star Hiking Trail within the forest for the chance to spot their favorite fowl.
Sailors find a port with the Conroe Yacht Club facilities. They can rent slips, work on their watercrafts, participate in races, and entertain their friends here. Fun for everyone!
Historic Downtown Conroe hosts Crighton Theatre, Owen Theatre, Heritage Place Park, The Assistance League of Montgomery County, Conroe Central Market, our Conroe Convention & Visitors Bureau, Conroe Sparkle Event Hall, art studios, dining and drinking establishments, antique shops, and salons.
It’s also the backdrop for our many festivals, our First Thursday Free Concert Series, Isaac Conroe Farmer’s Market, and hosts individual musical acts throughout the year.
Conroe Real Estate
Our real estate selections includes condos, townhomes, single-family homes in subdivisions, on the water or golf course, choose your view!
Whether you’re interested in living here part-time or all year, we can help you find your new address in Conroe. Contact us today!