3 Palms Extreme Sports Park
936-321-8725
15100 I-45 South
Conroe, TX 77384
Three Palms is one of the premier facilities in the country. People from all over the country come to ride and train. Three Palms has 4 full sized motocross tracks (two are fully irrigated, one has lights). Freestyle ramps, FMX, Side by Side track, two peewee/ pit bike tracks and over 4 miles of trails for off road riding. Three Palms offers a “Learn to Ride” program for kids and adults. Three Palms also offers fishing, camping with or without RV hook ups, and two large lakes for jet skis and wake boarding.North Lake Conroe Paddling Company
936-203-2697
Conroe, TX
Experience paddling year round with top of the line, sit on top kayaks with truly upgraded accessories. Located on the lake with no need to shuttle/transport rented kayaks. The northern tier of the Lake offers kayakers countless Class I paddling adventures and destinations. This includes soft shorelines along the Sam Houston National Forest. Visit www.northlakeconroepaddlingco.com to plan a kayaking adventure for your next visit to Conroe!Sam Houston National Forest
936-344-6205
Conroe, TX
Sam Houston National Forest is an outdoor-lovers paradise! Nature enthusiasts enjoy fishing, hiking, and bird watching year round. A portion of the award-winning 128-mile Lone Star Hiking Trail weaves its way through the Forest, offering hikers everything from a dayhike to extended overnight treks. Shortleaf and Loblolly pines reach to the sky at Little Lake Creek Wilderness Area and along Stubblefield Lake Interpretive Trail. For more information and a map, contact the USDA Forest Service at 936-344-6205.Here’s a fun fact: Montgomery County Texas has more Bigfoot sightings than any other place in Texas. We’re not saying you’ll see one, but……

http://www.texasbigfoot.org/reports/report/county?county=Montgomery&state=TX

 

W. Goodrich Jones State Forest
936-273-2261
Conroe, TX
Clusters of endangered Red Cockaded Woodpeckers find sanctuary in these 1,733 wooded acres southwest of Conroe. The area is favorite for birders. The Texas Forest Service continues to develop ways to better preserve the natural environment by utilizing W. Goodrich Jones State Forest as a “demonstration forest.” Sweetleaf Nature Trail, picnic tables, horseback riding and fishing make this forest a perfect day-use destination. To learn more, contact the Texas Forest Service, Conroe District Office at 936-273-2261.

 

WARRIOR DASH is coming
Conroe, TX

Warrior Dash is the ultimate event for thrill-seeking athletes. This running series is held on some of the nation’s most demanding and unique terrain. Participants will conquer extreme obstacles and celebrate their feat with music, beer, warrior helmets and muddy

http://www.warriordash.com