Welcome to Conroe

Traditional Texas feel with a fun, casual, and upbeat attitude 

Conroe, TX, is a vibrant and growing city located in Montgomery County, just north of Houston. It is a great place to call home, with an affordable cost of living and an abundance of amenities and attractions. Named one of the best places to live in Texas, this fast-growing small town has lots to offer its residents, from incredible outdoor recreation and water activities on Lake Conroe to historic downtown city life. Conroe delivers excellent Conroe ISD schools, diverse cultural opportunities, an outdoor adventurer's dream, and a buzzing social scene. It embodies the enduring legacy of Texas hospitality.

The neighborhoods in Conroe offer a diverse range of housing options to suit every lifestyle and budget. From sprawling estates to cozy bungalows and modern apartments, there is something for everyone here.

What to Love

  • The 22,000-acre Lake Conroe, Sam Houston National Forest, and W. Goodrich Jones State Forest provide a utopia for outdoor recreation, including hiking, biking, boating, and kayaking
  • A certified Texas "Music Friendly Community" means tons of live music, including weekend events and annual festivals 
  • Small-city atmosphere with a bustling downtown featuring breweries, theaters, galleries, and plenty of shopping

Local Lifestyle

The Conroe lifestyle tends to be easy and relaxed, while lake life and live music are the social scenes. Residents spend time on Lake Conroe, fishing, boating, or walking some of the many local trails. Adventure awaits along the longest continuous hiking trail in the state of Texas, The Lone Star Hiking Trail. Conroe is a "Music Friendly Community," meaning you'll find live music playing at many local venues on weekends, along with well-attended annual festivals. You'll also find many people spending time in the historic downtown area, filled with great shopping and dining options.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Start your culinary exploration at MoCo Food Hall in the historic downtown area. The food hall welcomes local chefs and small businesses to create incredible dishes, cocktails, and coffees. Leave downtown and head for Lake Conroe, stopping off at B-52 Brewery. The brewery has over 20 house-brewed beers on tap and has food trucks on site if you need a bite to eat. They are pet-friendly, too. If you are in the mood for something spicy, head to Fajita Jacks on Lake Conroe. They serve excellent margaritas and Tex-Mex fare overlooking the water. Next door, you'll spot Akashi, the perfect place to stop if you want tasty Asian cuisine or sushi.

Things to Do

The range of things to do in Conroe is one of the reasons it's considered a top place to live in Texas. The city hosts numerous annual festivals, including the Conroe Cajun Catfish Festival. Held the second weekend of October each year, the festival includes live music, arts & crafts, a carnival, and the beloved Catfish Pageant. You'll also want to mark your calendar for the Toby Powell Conroe Christmas Celebration, with snow slides, a Ferris wheel, live music, and a visit from the leading man himself, Santa Claus. The Montgomery County Fair happens every August, and it's a beautiful way to experience the traditional Texas country lifestyle.
Several places around Conroe host events throughout the year, too. Crighton Theatre on Main Street hosts traveling theater, dance, and music acts in a historical setting. The Lone Star Convention & Expo Center on Airport Road is home to rodeos, dances, car shows, and more. And if you need a little peace after all that excitement, head to Carl Barton Jr Park. It has over 200 acres of green space to explore and offers places for fishing, picnicking, and playgrounds.

Overview for Conroe, TX

87,930 people live in Conroe, where the median age is 32.9 and the average individual income is $34,843. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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32.9 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Conroe, TX

Conroe has 32,775 households, with an average household size of 2.64. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Conroe do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 87,930 people call Conroe home. The population density is 1,221.33 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Work With Kathleen

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