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Feb 05, 2020

Purchase a new J. Patrick home to build from the ground up and receive up to $50,000 in Design Center options. For a limited time only. Visit your J. Patrick at Harper's Preserve sales counselor for details.

3C’s Crawfish is Now Open for Business
Jan 31, 2020

3C’s Crawfish has opened just in time for the season! This family business brings delicious crawfish from Louisiana to Conroe, Livingston, Kingwood and Surrounding Areas. They also offer “crawfish at wholesale prices by the sack and the pound!” Pre-Orders are highly encouraged to ensure customers receive their crawfish!    Prices of 3C’s Crawfish changes every...

Oak Ridge High Students Named All-State Musicians
Jan 24, 2020

The Texas Music Educators Association has named eight All-Staters from Oak Ridge High School!    Oak Ridge High has an All State Bassist in Orchestra who received this recognition two years in a row! The Orchestra department is directed by the talented, Ms. Mindy Florian. The War Eagles’ Band has five All-State Musicians who are led by Band Director, Mr....

Students and Staff Recognized as Ambassadors by Board of Trustees
Jan 17, 2020

Conroe Independent School District’s Board of Trustees honored many individuals from the schools that students in Harper’s Preserve attend. The Ambassador Awards that are given out show that the recipients have made “positive contributions to campus life and campus climate.” This is a wonderful way to motivate students and staff to work hard and to keep improving their...

Kung Fu Tea Opens in the Woodlands
Jan 10, 2020

A popular bubble tea chain has made its way to the Woodlands! Kung Fu Tea brings a wide variety of flavored Taiwanese-style teas and toppings to the College Park area which is only ten minutes away from the community. Residents used to have to drive an hour to Houston’s Chinatown area for their tea cravings, but not anymore! The bright space makes Kung Fu Tea an optimal spot...


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.