600 LaTorretta Boulevard, Montgomery, Texas, United States
Designed as the perfect retreat for a team building experience or a family getaway, La Torretta Lake Resort & Spa is a resort destination located on beautiful Lake Conroe an easy hour north of downtown Houston that provides the ideal setting for highly productive business functions, extraordinary social gatherings, rejuvenating family vacations, and romantic couples getaways. La Torretta is a place to go for a great meal, a workout, a round of golf, or for some pampering at the Spa.
With 120 premium outlet stores you will find impressive savings at Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Burberry, BCBG Max Azria, Calvin Klein, Coach, Cole Haan, Elie Tahari, Kate Spade, Kenneth Cole, Michael Kors, Nike, Tommy Hilfiger, True Religion and more.
Waterpoint Marina is located in the Waterpoint Center on Highway 105 on the southern shores of Lake Conroe. This new 17-acre area offers an unprecedented blend of boutique shopping, waterfront restaurants, fish feeding pier and condominiums. Stroll along the waterfront Boardwalk and enjoy Starbucks Coffee, Marble Slab Ice Cream, CVS, Sam's Boat Restaurant, Fajita Jacks – Famous Fajitas and more.
Built in 1934 and located in downtown Conroe, approximately 15 minutes from La Torretta sits Crighton Theatre. This beautifully restored vaudeville-era theatre is the home base for productions by Stage-Right Productions, The Montgomery County Performing Arts Society, and The Sounds of Texas Music Series.
The Owen Theatre is an intimate venue that seats approximately 250 people and holds live performances. This building, which was originally built in the 1940’s, was recently renovated with a thrust stage, state of the art lighting and sound system. The venue is used by the Crighton Players who are the main tenants. The building is owned by the City of Conroe and dedicated to the arts.
The Heritage Museum of Montgomery County is located in the historic Grogan/Cochran home, which was built in 1924. The Museum is composed of three permanent galleries including Glimpses of Montgomery County, featuring a time line chronicling the area’s entire history, from prehistoric times to the development of Lake Conroe and The Woodlands in the late 1970’s.
The Louis E. Wheeler Gallery offers a wide selection of Fine Art including: landscapes, seascapes and flowers, from Texas, the California Central Coast, Greece, Japan and other beautiful locations around the world.
Cork This! is a boutique winery specializing in custom made wines created from the highest quality varietals. Their goal is to break down the traditional wine speak barriers and create an atmosphere where folks can relax, enjoy wine and, most importantly, have fun! When you visit Cork This! They will help you figure out which wines fit your unique palette. You can enjoy a glass or bottle on-site or purchase some to take it home with you to enjoy later. Better yet, you’ll have the opportunity to be guided through the process of making your own wine with a personally designed costumed label.
9043 County Road 204, Plantersville, TX, United States
Taste and tour this wonderful local winery and vineyard located in nearby Plantersville. The winery features a number of general tasting events as well as special events including, the Second Saturday Jam.
Located on the Montgomery/Grimes County Line, Texas Star Winery® is only a short drive from the Birthplace of the star on the Texas flag, Montgomery, Texas. Our winery is
nestled up to the Sam Houston National Forest on scenic FM 149,
also known as Montgomery Trace. Texas Star Winery® focuses on specialty wines such as our award winning Prickly Pear Cactus Wine (the official State Cactus of Texas) and our ever-popular Hibiscus Flower Wine. Grapes are not the only wine in town! We are just a conversation away from Montgomery, Bryan/College Station, Huntsville and yes, Houston too.
71 acres of pristine bottomlands near the junction of Panther Branch and Spring Creek were preserved by the Legacy Land Trust. The preserve is home to beaver, rabbits and white-tail deer, in addition to unusual plant life such as Walter's Violets, which are not commonly found in this area.
A 1,725-acre pine and hardwood forest, visitors to Jones State Forest, may enjoy tracking the red-cockaded woodpecker, which calls the forest its home. The forest is used as a demonstration and working forest, although it has become a popular area for the public to enjoy. Forest features include the Sweet leaf Nature Trail, a self-guided nature trail.
The Texas Renaissance Festival is the Nation’s largest, most acclaimed Renaissance theme park. Open to the public every Saturday, Sunday, and Thanksgiving Friday, October 11th through November 30th, and to students for School Days, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 4th and 5th.