- All sites have sewer.
- Basketball and Tennis court.
- Community fireplace.
- Community stage with bleachers.
- Deluxe Cabins.
- Horseshoe pits.
- RV Sites
- Sand volleyball court.
- Shuffleboard courts.
- Tent Sites.
- Two laundry rooms.
Jumping Pillows! A jumping pillow is not a trampoline or a bounce house - a jumping pillow is huge and a jumping pillow is fun! Super for children of all ages from 1 to 100 who want to jump and have fun.
Some kids come here just for the slide. With our covered pool area, it's always the perfect time to go swimming.
Geocaching is a hi-tech treasure hunt, where participants use GPS devices to find hidden 'treasure' containers called geocaches. It is the GPS's job to navigate close to the hidden geocache, and then the fun begins as you hunt to find the geocache. Geocaches contain logbooks and sometimes they have trinkets for trading in them, they can be hidden anywhere and everywhere, and some geocaches are even disguised as common objects such as logs or rocks. Geocaching is a new and exciting way to explore the outdoors!
Build and Launch your own rocket. We construct paper rockets, test rocket stability, and launch with an air pressure rocket launcher.
Ice Cream Socials
Nothing beats the heat better than joining in with friends and family and topping off your ice cream with a few sprinkles. It's so much fun, you might have two. Only $1 per serving.
Guest Services Guide
Click this link to be directed to an online copy of the Guest Services Guide you will receive at check-in.
Meet Your Hosts
"Bring the kids and start a family tradition with us. Call us at (936) 582-1200 to make a reservation."Back in 2000, Pat Childers and her husband took a three month vacation to travel around the United States. Little did they know that trip would completely change their lives!
When the vacation was over, they decided life in the corporate work world was just not appealing any longer. They quit their 9-5 jobs, moved into their RV, and became work campers for KOA. After their first work camping experience, they decided they really wanted to manage a campground and were lucky enough to find positions with a great KOA owner, where they could soak up knowledge and learn all of the facets of the ever-changing job of running a campground.
Pats husband has since retired completely and spends his time golfing and riding his motorcycle. In 2012, Pat tried that as well, but she simply missed her guests and her work too much. Now shes back doing what she lovesmanaging the Lake Conroe/Houston North KOA, and working to make the guest camping experience the best it can be.
Whats Pats favorite thing to hear? Her guests saying, Ill be back, and Ill bring my friends!