Visit Harper’s Preserve!
From downtown Houston, take I-45 North. Exit Highway 242 and turn right. Turn right onto Harper's Trace. Continue on Harper's Trace, then make a left at Lake Way Lane. Turn right onto Lake Palmetto Drive.
The City of Conroe
The city of Conroe has a lot to offer, including a variety of parks with swimming areas, fishing piers, picnic tables and grills, playgrounds, volleyball courts and more. Lake Conroe is a 22,000 acre lake where families enjoy boating, fishing, and water sports. Occasional boaters can enjoy rental options for boats, canoes, jet skis and kayaks, while avid boaters have a choice of full service marinas and public boat launches. Nearby is the Sam Houston National Forest, Conroe YMCA, Portofino Plaza shopping center and restaurants, featuring several national restaurant chains.
Near Everything You Need
Harper’s Preserve is truly located near everything you could possibly imagine. Only four miles away is The Woodlands Mall and Town Center, offering large national retailers, charming local boutiques and a wide array of restaurants. The open-air Market Street is another nearby stop for upscale shops and dining and it also includes a central park, which is the setting for many free concerts and other activities. The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion is ranked as one of the world’s best amphitheaters and features covered and lawn seating for over 75 events annually, ranging from rock to classical, jazz to country and modern opera to contemporary American ballet.
Golfers have their choice of courses close by, including The Woodlands Country Club and River Plantation Golf Club. Healthcare in the area includes Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital, St. Luke’s The Woodlands Hospital, St. Luke’s Lakeside Hospital, and MD Anderson Regional Care in The Woodlands, just to name a few of the many options available in the area. Nearby in Houston, there is even more to enjoy with truly world-class shopping, dining, and recreation, including world-renowned museums, professional sports with the Astros, Texans, and Rockets, the downtown theater district, and so much more.