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Candy Cane Park
1204 Candy Cane Lane. 77301
This 24 acre park is Conroe's most well known park. It began as the City & VFW Park and has grown into a popular destination that includes the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County, ADA compliant playgrounds, pavilions, picnic areas, the C.K. Ray Recreation Center and the Conroe Aquatic Center. In 2001, six new tennis courts were built to make room for a major expansion of the Aquatics Center that features two instructional pools and a splash/spray pool.
Carl Barton Jr Park
2500 S. Loop 336 77302
This Park was developed in 1999 with Phase I & II and was named after a former Mayor for The City of Conroe, which serviced from 1979 to 1989. Phase III was completed in 2000 making this facility the largest in The City of Conroe with 201 acres. This park is not only used for soccer and baseball games, but it is also very popular for reunions, birthday parties as well as picnics while fishing in the ponds.
CONROE FOUNDER'S PLAZA
205 collins, conroe
Development of the park began in spring 2009. Opened in the winter of 2009 this 0.6 acre park features a covered stage for performances, landscaping, picnic tables and a water feature.
- Picnic area
- Water Feature
Oscar Johnson, Jr. Community Center
100 Park Place,
Conroe, TX 77301