Looking for some fun outdoors with your family? Head over to one of these parks in Conroe!
Candy Cane Park
Candy Cane Park is located near Downtown Conroe. It is 24 acres and features playgrounds, picnic shelters, basketball/tennis courts, a ⅜ mile jogging path, and Aquatics Center. It also houses the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County.
Carl Barton Jr. Park
This is the park for sports enthusiasts. There are 9 baseball fields, 4 softball fields, 9 soccer fields, plus a 10-mile jogging path. You can also enjoy picnics, play areas for the children, a fishing pond, and off-roading trails!
Heritage Place Park
This Downtown Conroe park started small when it was established in 1986, but was expanded to 2.5 acres in 2001. Now it boasts enough space to host a diverse range of events, including craft fairs, weddings, festivals, and concerts. The staples are also here: playground, picnic tables, and a gazebo.
This 10-acre park was funded by a generous donation from the Steve A. Kasmiersky estate. The park features a half-mile jogging trail, ADA-compliant playgrounds, off-leash dog park, skate park, and sports courts. There are also plenty of big oak and pine trees for those wishing to relax under the shade.
John Burge Park at Shadow Lakes
This 39-acre park is marked by hills, native flora, and plenty of activities for visitors. There’s a pavilion, picnic shelters, outdoor learning facility, 1-mile walking trail, disc golf course, and local public art.