The Flatlanders with Folk Family Revival

An evening of music is in store for campers at Lake Conroe / Houston North KOA RV park and campground on August 4 at the Crighton Theatre. Performing will be The Flatlanders, a  band with country-rock influence from Lubbock, Texas. Their distinctive style has been categorized as American–folk-country music.

Maximize your theatrical experience by dining at Coronelli’s Villa Italia Italian Ristorante, which is just around the corner from the theatre. Nestled in historic downtown Conroe, this gem of an eatery combines exquisite Italian charm with fresh homemade food of excellent quality. Start with fresh bread with herbed olive oil then proceed to a dream of an entrée, such as red snapper with artichokes, capers and garlic, drizzled with a white wine butter sauce. The pasta is reportedly fresh, providing a flavor explosion from beginning to end. End this delectable repast with tiramisu, a dessert that will make you swoon.

Come stay at our park, where you can spend the day in a happy round of activities and enjoy an evening on the town at night. Visit our website and make your reservations today


Titanic Artifacts Exhibit

A trip into the nearby city of Houston provides a wealth of entertainment options for residents of Lake Conroe / Houston North KOA RV park and campground. A titanic artifacts exhibit is currently running at the Houston Museum of Natural Science that will take visitors on a pilgrimage through the life of this ill-fated ship. This emotional but educational exhibit pays tribute to the courage and indomitable human spirit manifested in tragedy.

While in Houston, you may also enjoy the theatrical production of Agatha Christie’s Black Coffee, held at the Alley Theatre until August 5. Mystery fans the world over take delight in the suspense and clever twists that are the trademark of this renowned author.

If you have a special occasion to celebrate or just want to top off your trip into Houston in a big way, you could dine at Brennan’s, Trip Advisor’s #1 rated restaurant for the area. The eatery’s ambiance is unbeatable, as well as the food, which specializes in New Orleans’ cuisine.

Our park offers the best of two worlds. It’s in a quiet place where you can enjoy nature, yet it is within driving distance to a major metro area. Visit our website and reserve your spot today.

The Wizard of Oz

The local historic Crighton Theatre provides the community with a continuous supply of stellar entertainment. Campers at Lake Conroe / Houston North KOA RV park and campground can enter a world of fantasy by attending The Wizard of Oz, a play presented on various dates between now and July 28th.  Travel vicariously with Dorothy and her dog Toto as they fly over the rainbow into a land where a number of adventures await them.

As she seeks to find a way to return home to Kansas, Dorothy acquires a colorful cast of companions in the form of the Scarecrow, Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion. This endearing tale will literally come to life before your eyes while watching the production, and at the close, when Dorothy is surrounded by those who love her, you’ll be reminded that there is indeed no place like home.

While our park offers many activities for residents, nice entertainment is also to be found in the city of Conroe. Visit our website and book your spot today.

Fairy Tales

Who can resist the charm of a fairy tale, especially one with a handsome prince, fair maiden and happy ending? On July 13th and 14th, the Crighton Theatre will present Cinderella, a play depicting this enchanting tale that has been a favorite of generations of readers. And when this play is performed against the backdrop of beautiful Rogers and Hammerstein music, the appeal extends to adults, as well as children. Campers at Lake Conroe / Houston North KOA RV park and campground can attend this production and watch as the lovely Cinderella’s life is transformed when she gets her wish to attend the ball.

And speaking of fairy tales, Peter Pan, is another story that has captured the imagination of children and adults down through the ages. On July 12th, the Lone Star College Theatre will be the scene of this musical involving the reahlm of Neverland, a magical place where children fly and experience exciting adventures.

Escape into the spellbinding land of make believe this week when you attend these plays. Visit our website and make your reservations today.

Summer Music Festival

Those at Lake Conroe / Houston North KOA RV park and campground who are Gospel music or jazz devotees will have a grand time July 7th at the Summer Music Festival presented by the Conroe Jazz and More Society. The Gospel begins at 3 p.m. and the Jazz begins later in the evening. Bring the whole family and enjoy this Saturday of live music, food and fun. Admission is free, but donations are welcome.

Earlier in the day on Saturday is an event for cat lovers. Starting at 9 a.m. a cat show will be held at the Lone Star Convention Center, where championship show cats, as well as household pets can strut their stuff. Come watch the parade of beautiful felines.

You’ll have a good time at our park, which is near varied entertainment in the community. Visit our website and reserve your spot today.