Residents of Lake Conroe / Houston North KOA RV park and campground can foray into 1183 England on January 25 and 26 at the theatrical production of The Lion in Winter at the Owen Theatre. The plot revolves around King Henry II and the decision of which of his three sons by Eleanor of Aquitaine will inherit the crown upon his death.
Although the story is fictional, the events leading up to it are generally accurate. After the play made its debut in 1966, an Academy Award–winning film based upon it followed in 1968. The curtain on this drama will rise at 8 p.m., and the cost of admission is $10 to $20.
To make your evening out-on-the-town complete, dine at El Bosque Mexican Restaurant before going to the theater. The food is superb and the portions are generous. Entrée choices include enchiladas, fajitas and chalupas, as well as tacos and chili relleno. Their salsas are presented in both red and green styles, both of which are amazing. Come early enough because the eatery can sometimes be crowded, as you would expect from an establishment that offers excellent food.
Make our park on lovely Lake Conroe your vacation destination, and enjoy the entertainment and restaurants in the community. Visit our website and make your reservations today.