Activities Open to the Public on Lake Conroe as Texas Reopens

Lara DeHavenLake Conroe, Montgomery County, News

Lake Conroe is open

COVID-19 has really affected all of our lives, but now we are transitioning back to a more normal life.  Governor Greg Abbott has laid out his plan to re-open Texas.  As more and more businesses are allowed to resume, here is an update on the activities open to the public for Lake Conroe.

San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) General Manager Jace Houston said, “Our highest priority is for the health and well-being of Lake Conroe visitors and businesses. We want people to get outside with their families and enjoy the lake.  We just need people to do it in a way that keeps them safe and healthy.” Obviously this is great news!  The lake is open.  Boats are out.  People are enjoying Lake Conroe.  However, officials ask that any gatherings consist of family units to help with social distancing measures and to be mindful to wash your hands often.

Families are out in force enjoying Lake Conroe.

Even more good news is that the fish are biting, especially black bass and catfish.  Read this Lake Conroe fishing report for more information and tips on bait.  However despite the fact that the lake is open, all Precinct 1 parks remain closed at this time.

After you work up an appetite, restaurants are open up and down the lake.  From Tex-Mex to pizza or burgers to seafood, you have a variety of genres from which to choose.  Support any of these struggling establishments and help out the local economy.  Undoubtedly, they need your business.

With all the beautiful days we have been having, it is nice to get back to enjoying Lake Conroe and what it has to offer.  Texans will continue to navigate this unprecedented time with COVID-19 together.  We are taking one day at a time.  Thankfully, activities are open to the public and as more things become available, we will let you know.  Overall things are looking up.

In the meantime if you are looking for a lake house so that you can enjoy Lake Conroe everyday,  contact Mike Goins at (936)718-1370.  He can help find you the perfect place for lake living.