- TripBuzz found 74 things to do with kids in or near Magnolia, Texas, including 65 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Spring, Conroe, Tomball and Cypress.
- From SCC Farm to Lone Star Saddlebreds, the Magnolia area offers 60 different types of family activities, including: Horseback Riding, Farms & Ranches, Parks and Recreation Centers.
- Mongolia, located in Montgomery County, Texas is home to less than 1,500 residents in an area of about one square mile. The city itself lies in the eastern region of the state, outside of Houston. A neighbor to the Woodlands, Mongolia is heavily forested and provides a mild, outdoor adventure for all visitors.
D’s Farm Road BBQ Houston MoreLess Info
Slow-smoked, Texas–style barbecue dishes, including brisket sandwiches, rib platters with homestyle sides, and massive stuffed potatoes
An equestrian facility located on an 18 acre farm, Lone Star Saddlebreds offers a variety of services. The facility offers training for horses, riding instruction for riders of all levels, and competition coaching.
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One Heritage Cir., 1 Heritage Cir, Magnolia, TX 77354 MoreLess Info
A 32 acre facility, Sherwood Sporthorses Inc. specializes in horse boarding, backing and training with their large stables and pastures and two covered, lighted arenas. They offer riding lessons for both beginners and advanced riders.
Opened in 2010, the Magnolia Unity Park offers visitors access to a large variety of amenities located within the park. These amenities include a 7,500 square foot covered pavilion, volleyball courts, a skate park, and a nature trail, among others.
The Magnolia/Tomball Family YMCA center promotes healthy kids, families and communities by through family involvement, healthy competition, and team building. Swimming lessons, lifeguard training, camps, childcare, fitness, and youth and family programs are just some of the programs available.
A pedestrian walking path stretching half a mile in length, The Magnolia Stroll connects the Magnolia Sixth Grade Campus to Sullivan Park and eventually to the Farmers Market. The Stroll is picturesque, with public art, arbors, and benches.