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It’s just around the corner … Spring Break!!! The kiddos will be out of school for a much anticipated weeklong break. But they’ll want to stay active and entertained. Here are five suggestions of activities and places to go to have an enjoyable, memorable and fun-packed spring break near The Woodlands Hills.

  • Sam Houston National Forest

Hiking and camping are at their best within the Sam Houston National Forest, located just north of Willis. Spanning over 163,000 acres, this expansive, wooded recreation and wildlife area features multiple hiking trails – highlighted by the 128-mile Lone Star Hiking Trail that winds through the Sam Houston National Forest.

For more information, click here.

  • Margaritaville Lake Resort

Kick back with some fun and relaxation at Margaritaville Lake Resort on Lake Conroe. As the go-to destination in Montgomery for a fun-filled getaway with the whole family, this waterfront paradise offers luxury suites with balcony views of Lake Conroe and waterfront cottages along with an array of amenities.

Enjoy a three-acre waterpark with a lazy river, tennis, golf and miniature golf, and indulgent pampering services at St. Somewhere Spa. And as you’d expect, Margaritaville offers several restaurant and bar options to celebrate Spring Break island style.

Visit Margaritaville Lake Resort for more information.

Margaritaville Lake Resort, Conroe, TX
  • Downtown Conroe

Historic Downtown Conroe offers plenty to explore as you stroll along its historic streets accented by subtle hints of its origin from the oil and timber boomtown days.

Go antique shopping, visit art galleries, enjoy live music, grab a meal and finish with a sweet treat.

Learn more at

Downtown Conroe, Texas
  • Lake Conroe

The beautiful 22,000-acre Lake Conroe is located just four miles from The Woodlands Hills.

From boating and water sports to fishing and beach-shore swimming, Lake Conroe offers a variety of activities, including boating, jet skiing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing and swimming.

Plus, there are many restaurants along the shoreline to grab a bite that offer beautiful views of the lake.

For more information, visit

Family boating on a lake
  • The Woodlands Children’s Museum

Located just minutes away in The Woodlands, this charming children’s museum is full of fun learning opportunities through exhibits, events, and discovery.

Here’s the lineup of activities they are hosting over spring break:

  • March 13-17:  Spring BreaKation
  • March 13:  Sonny “The Birdman” Carlin presentations
  • March 14:  Safety Day by The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch
  • March 15:  Lucas Miller Singing Zoologist
  • March 16:  Will Parker music and singing performances
  • March 17:  Storybook Theatre: “How to Catch a Leprechaun” and Irish step dancing by the McTeggart Irish Dance performers

For more information, visit The Woodlands Children’s Museum.  

The Woodlands Hills wishes you and your family a wonderful spring break this year!