Montgomery County Attractions
Declared as "The Birthplace of the Lone Star Flag", by Charles Bellinger Stewart. Dr. Stewart was the first signer of the document declaring Texas' independence from Mexico. On May 30, 1997, Governor George W. Bush signed House Resolution 1123 recognizing Montgomery County as the birthplace of the Lone Star Flag.
The South Montgomery County area includes The Woodlands, as well as the neighboring communities of Oak Ridge North, Shenandoah, Imperial Oaks and Timber Lakes/Timber Ridge. Growth has been tremendous in the area and continued relocation is expected as residents enjoy a thriving economy, beautiful landscapes, first-class educational facilities and an inviting quality of life.
Concerts & Performing Arts - Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion - It is a spectacular outdoor amphitheater that accommodates 13,000 people set on by 28 acres of forest, it offers a unique setting for concerts and performing arts. The Pavillion hosts everything from Shakespeare to Santana, Van Cliburn to Van Halen and is the summer home of Houston Symphony. An annual outdoor Children's Festival is also hosted at the Pavilion.
Golf - Golfers can also find a multitude of golfing facilities in the area including: Augusta Pines, Bentwater on Lake Conroe, Carlton Woods (Nicklaus Course), Fish Creek Golf Club, High Meadow Ranch, Lake Windcrest Golf Club, River Plantation Country Club, Texas Pro Golf / Woodlands Golf Center, Walden on Lake Conroe, Wind Rose Golf Club, The Woodlands Country Club (Palmer, Pines, Oaks and Player).
Texas Renaissance Festival - This festival is held in Plantersville for seven weekends beginning in October. Plantersville is about 5 miles south of Montgomery on FM 1774.
The Texas Renaissance Festival turns the clock back to the 1600's and includes a 50-acre village with more than 250 craft shops, authentic food from the period, shopping, charters and exhibits.
SplashTown - Over 40 rides, slides, chutes and lagoons on 50 shaded acres this family entertainment facility is located just south of The Woodlands on the east side of I-45.
Old Town Spring - Host to the annual Texas Crawfish Festival held each spring and Home for the Holidays Festival every November. Located just minutes south of The Woodlands, it boasts over 150 quaint shops, restaurants, and galleries in an intimate early century setting.
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