Your Summer Guide to Lake Conroe

Lara DeHavenCommunity Events, Lake Conroe, Local Business, Montgomery County

Your summer guide to Lake Conroe

Summertime flies by! We are already at the end of June and school begins in August. So if you are looking to make memories, today we are publishing a summer guide to Lake Conroe.

Day Pass at Margaritaville

You don’t have to reserve a room at Margaritaville Lake Resort in order to enjoy the amenities. They offer day passes. The pass includes access to the Jolly Mon water park. It has a lazy river, water slides, a splash zone, adult-only pool and more on its three acres. The day pass also includes Parrot Island Mini-Golf and the Fin City Arcade. You also get access to tennis, pickleball, and basketball courts. All for $59 a person. For tickets and more information, click here.

Lake Conroe

The lake offers endless enjoyment for people of all ages. Waterskiing or wakesurfing are popular lake activities. Both require practice and skill as well as a boat. Just going out in a boat on the lake is relaxing and enjoyable. Boating enables you to see more of the lake and take in the natural beauty of the area. Tubing also requires a boat and a strong grip, but is a fun activity for most people.

In addition, kayaking is also fun and great exercise. Cruise through the water exploring the lake and/or fish from your kayak. Lake Conroe is a great place to fish with many popular kinds of fish available, including catfish, bass, and crappie. Paddleboarding is also a fun activity that requires practice and skill. It also is a great form of exercise. There are a couple swimming holes in Lake Conroe or you can jump in from your waterfront home.

Picnicking alongside the shores of the lake is also a fun way to enjoy it. If you don’t own lakefront property, you can go to different public lakefront parks or the Sam Houston National Forest. You don’t have to live on the lake to enjoy all that Lake Conroe offers.

Sam Houston National Forest

The Sam Houston National Forest borders Lake Conroe and extends all the way to Lake Livingston. It offers opportunities for camping and hiking. There are several trails, including the Lone Star Hiking Trail. It is 129-mile trail and is known as the “Jewel of Texas.” There are also trails for horseback riding. From the forest, you can launch your kayak into Lake Conroe. Watch for wildlife in the forest, including alligators in or near the lake. To read more, check out this post.

Now that you have your summer guide to Lake Conroe, you can pick and choose activities that fit your family or friends’ abilities and interests. Or you can purpose to experience all of the summertime activities. See how many you can enjoy before school starts.