Shop at the Outlets at Conroe

Red pin marks the location of the Outlets at Conroe

Red pin marks the location of the Outlets in Conroe, minutes from the Lake Conroe KOA.

When you come to stay at the Lake Conroe KOA, plan for a shopping adventure at the Outlets at Conroe. There are over 60 shops, including Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, Guess and Liz Claiborne.

The Christmas shopping rush may be all but over, but the great bargains at the Outlets at Conroe continue on. Outlets at Conroe is the only outlet mall in Montgomery County with discounts from 30-70% off everyday retail.

Signature events are held through out the year, including Shopping Extravaganza, trick or treating and Tree Lighting.

You can also connect with Outlets at Conroe through Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.1391973_571064839627093_1298879640_a


From I-45, take Exit 91 at League Line Road. From I-45 North, turn right onto League Line Road. From I-45 South, turn left onto League Line Road. Turn right at the third driveway. The complex is located at 1111 League Line Road.

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Plan to stay at Lake Conroe KOA this winter and be sure to visit the Outlets at Conroe during your visit. Call (800) 562-9750 or visit to make your reservation.



4th Annual Bully Bash Coming to Conroe Convention Center

American Bully breed

American Bully breed

Another unique event is coming to our community this month. It’s the “Dirty South Bully Bash 4” on Nov. 16 at the Lone Star Convention Center in Conroe.

Between 400 and 500 dogs are expected to participate in this show, which will attract entries from around the U.S. Show hosts expect an audience of some 2,000 owners, dog lovers and curiosity seekers to attend the daylong event.

Doors to the Convention Center open at 7 a.m. Show hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission fee is $10.

Say what you want about this breed of dog, the show sponsor, the American Bully Kennel Club (ABKC) based in Spotsylvania, Va., is high on these often-misunderstood animals. The ABKC says the American Bully should give the impression of great strength for its size. It should be compact to medium/large size dog with a muscular body and blocky head. Powerful in its movement and should display effortless movement at the same time. Keenly alive and alert to its surroundings, the American Bully should have the appearance of heavy bone structure with a Bully build and look.        

For more information about the show, call (832) 642-3303.

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Plan to stay at Lake Conroe KOA while attending the Bully Bash or anytime you’re in the area. Call (800) 562-9750 or visit to make your reservation.

Beach Party

ball beachOn August 2 through 4, we will throw a weekend bash that is the very epitome of summer – a beach party. Before it’s time for the kids to go back to school, join us by the pool as we cool off from the steaming heat of August. Summer is already two-thirds past, so we want to take advantage of this last month and enjoy all the glories of the season.

In keeping with the beach party theme, the activities will include beach ball games, musical beach towels and sprinkle volleyball, along with a water hayride and pineapple bowling. Other activities will include ceramic painting and tie-dye T-shirts as well as crafts and family movies.

All this fun in the sun will tend to make a person hungry. Don’t miss our pancake breakfast and ice cream social, which are both great times for schmoozing with the other campers.

Come stay with us and be a part of the good times. Visit our website and make your reservation today.

Sixties Hits Concert

Those who grew up in the 60s seem to alsolutely come alive whenever they hear one of the wonderful songs of this decade. On August 31 through September 2, residents of Lake Conroe / Houston North KOA RV park and campground can drive to Houston to listen to Sixties Hits performed by the Midtown Men with the city’s symphony orchestra. You’ll hear phenomenal hits like “Sherry” and “Big Girls Don’t Cry.”

Another event in Houston on September 1 is Aloha TexFest, an event at Clear Lake Park that will include hula dancers and warrior performances. In addition, you can watch fire dancing as well as shop for island-themed items of jewelry and art, along with clothing and gifts.

When driving around Houston, if you are anywhere near Hank’s Ice Cream Parlor, it is well worth a stop to have a scoop of this rich, creamy homemade treat. Try the rum raisin or banana pudding flavors.

Our park is close enough to Houston to enjoy all the entertainment this city offers. Visit  our website and book your spot today.

The King and I

Anytime you have an opportunity to attend a play based on a Rogers and Hammerstein musical, you’re in for an evening of stellar entertainment. On August 24 and 25 at 8 p.m., campers at Lake Conroe / Houston North KOA RV park and campground can travel vicariously to 1860s Bangkok through the Crighton Players’ performance of The King and I. The play relates the story of Anna, a British schoolteacher, who is hired to teach English to the children of the King of Siam. She and the kind experience conflict, which later turns into love that neither can express. Exquisite songs like “Hello Young Lovers” and “I Have Dreamed” beautifully reveal the emotions of the characters.

You may want to stop at Joe’s Pizza and Pasta for a great New York style Italian meal before the show. Customers on Trip Advisor rank it as the top restaurant in the Conroe area.

Come stay at our park, where the nearby community has so much to offer vacationers. Visit our website and make your reservations today.

Houston Treasure Hunt

Every Saturday evening, campers at Lake Conroe / Houston North KOA RV park and campground can go treasure hunting at Houston’s flea market in a downtown park called Discovery Green. Irresistible to the avid shopper, this market contains merchandise such as collectibles, vintage items and mid-century modern furniture.  You never know what bargain or diamond-in-the-rough you will find here.

Back in Conroe, on August 19 at 6 p.m., First United Methodist Church will host a Gospel Extravaganza, where a 150-voice choir from local churches will present Gospel favorites in a concert setting.

When you want to go into Conroe for a meal out, try Burger Fresh, an eatery ranked as the best place to get burgers by Texas Monthly. You can choose a jalapeno bun and an assortment of fresh toppings piled high.

We invite you to our park, where you’ll find many things to do both on and off the campground. Visit our website and reserve your spot today.

11th Annual Opry in Humble

Opry fans at Lake Conroe / Houston North KOA RV park and campground will have an opportunity to hear notable singers perform on August 10 at the 11th Annual Opry in Humble. Only a 45-minute drive from our park, this event, starting at 7 p.m. at the Humble Civic Center, will provide the audience with a grand evening of wholesome family entertainment. Vendors will be available, selling barbeque sandwiches and other refreshments.

Come to Humble earlier in the day so you can enjoy some of the area’s fun attractions. Families with children will adore visiting Old MacDonald’s Farm, a 15-acre kids’ paradise that includes a train ride and pony rides, along with a petting zoo and swimming pool. Bring a picnic lunch and plan on staying several hours, so the kids can have time to see all the animals, as well as play in the Hay Barn and Sand Mountain.

We welcome you to our park, which is near varied entertainment in the community. Visit our website and book your spot today.