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September 29, 2004
Houston,TX area (NASA, Armand Bayou Nature Center, San Jacinto Monument, Battleship Texas, Kemah Boardwalk)
Galveston,TX and Gulf Coast area (Lone Star Flight Museum, Moody Gardens)Best Things About the Resort:The pool area is divided into separate adult, children, lap and jacuzzi pools. Barbecuing is allowed in the common area courtyard. Very relaxed area but grocery and restaurants are close by. You can stay and just relax or be as busy as you want to be taking in the sights. Resort Experience:This property is located in a gated residential country club community beside Lake Conroe, technically in Montgomery,TX. It is a beautifully landscaped property and offers various country club type amenities. We had access to Golf, Tennis, Exercise room, multi-pool area, jacuzzi and dining. There are no resort sponsored activities, although management is very informative and offers, personal info, travel brochures and video rentals in the office.
Our unit had 2 bedrooms and baths. It was very comfortable and attractive, yet somewhat outdated. A large balcony overlooking the courtyard had patio door access from the livingroom and master bedroom.
Different Lake Conroe vendors offer a wide variety of activities on and around the lake. The Lake is very large with several marinas.
Interstate 45 is a few miles away enabling access to all that the Houston,Tx area has to offer. The Gulf Coast beaches at Galveston,TX are easily accessible day trips.
From journal Two Weeks in Texas!
November 6, 2003
We didn't really need much and we didn't participate in any activities. There is a golf course nearby and we didn't check the rates. It was about an hour drive from Houston and 45 minutes to College Station, TX. It would be a great location if you wanted to spend some time just relaxing and some in Houston. It had great access and many restaurants in the area. Some of the restaurants had docks so that you could come by boat and tie up while you ate. It was a more interesting area than we expected.
From journal Lake Conroe, TX