- TripBuzz found 81 things to do with kids in or near Conroe, Texas, including 66 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Spring, Tomball, Humble and Magnolia.
- From 7 Acre Wood to Kasmiersky Park, the Conroe area offers 57 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Movie Theaters, Theaters and Family Fun Center.
- Conroe, TX lies just 40 minutes outside of Houston and has a population of over 60,000, nearly doubling since the year 2000. Those interested in recreation will enjoy the proximity to Lake Conroe, only 7 miles away, which features events throughout the year, camping, picnicking, water activities, and much more.
A 7.5 acre fun park, 7 Acre Wood has several activities for families to enjoy. Popular activities and attractions include a Western Play Town, petting zoo, zip line, mini golf course, playground, horseshoes, and sandbox.
The 10-acre Kasmiersky Park is a community park that features a pavilion, public restrooms, an athletic field, a play structure, and picnic tables. The park also has a .5-mile walking trail that can also be used for running.
A 40-lane bowling facility, Bowlero - The Woodlands features black light bowling, unconventional seating options and a bar made from a Chevy pickup. It offers food and drinks as well as foosball, air hockey, beer pong and arcade games.
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1203 Callahan Avenue, Conroe, TX 77301 MoreLess Info
With two year-round enclosed, heated facilities, the Conroe Recreation & Aquatic Center provides educational and fitness programs, lap swimming, and recreational swimming, as well as a seasonal leisure pool with graduated beach entry and many interactive play structures.
An indoor sports and dining complex, Bowlero offers a combination of amenities. The bowling lanes combine retro appeal with futuristic lighting and sound. The restaurant offers a variety of interesting fare, including a five pound burger.
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1506 I-45 North Feeder, Conroe, TX MoreLess Info
The Heritage Museum of Montgomery County was founded in 1985 and is currently housed in the historic Grogan-Cochran home that was built in 1924. Three permanent galleries that chronicle the extended history of the local area compose the museum.