Your Visit to Montgomery TX

Hi friend,

I wanted to share a few suggestions with you incase you are visiting soon and are not sure where to start. I included some of my favorite restaurants, attractions, model homes to visit and even open houses! I hope you find this list helpful during your stay, especially if it is your first visit.

If you are interested in what we recommend in other nearby cities, check out our First Visit category

Places To Experience

Fernland Historical Park: Montgomery has several parks, including Fernland Historical Park along Clepper Drive, that feature beautiful landscapes displaying pre-Civil War and post-Civil War houses.

Lake Conroe: Lake Conroe covers over 22,000 acres and includes more than 150 miles of shoreline. This large body of water is great for fishing, swimming, boating and other water sports.

The Nat Hart Davis Pioneer Complex: This museum, which is owned by the Montgomery Historical Society, displays original accessories and furnishings from Montgomery's early settlers in the 1800s in its complex.

Jenkins Sunshine Farm: Jenkins Sunshine Farm offers a variety of fresh, homemade products made from organic ingredients that are grown on its own farms. Visitors can take home fresh produce, eggs, herbs, flowers, and other items from their trip to Montgomery.

Naked Turtle Tavern: This local bar offers a lively environment and an excellent selection of drinks. It also hosts bingo events, karaoke nights, weekend parties, and live games.

Deer Lake Lodge Resort and Spa: This is a small local resort with a unique spa and wellness experience that focuses on detoxification. The spa offers top-notch services from diet and exercise to numerous therapies.

Old Ironworks: The Old Ironworks is a great place to see vintage cars still in excellent condition. This Montgomery attraction is a haven for vintage car enthusiasts.

Golf Club at La Torretta: This 18-hole Golf Club at La Torretta Lake Resort is one of the most beautiful golf courses you'll visit in Montgomery. features more than 50 bunkers, and is surrounded by beautiful fountains, treelines, waterfalls, and lakes.

Vintage Restaurant at Magnolia Diner: The Magnolia Diner is a well-known, 50's-style diner located in Montgomery. They use fresh ingredients sourced from local farms and make their food using homemade recipes. Their portions are known to be big enough to fill anyone's tummy.

Parks to Visit 

Black Hill Regional Park: This Park offers more than 2,000 acres of land for outdoor recreation. Enjoy spectacular views of Little Seneca Lake from the many picnic shelters and trails in the park. The park has over 20 miles of hard and natural surface trails for hiking and mountain biking, as well as horseback riding trails. Dogs and their owners will love the half-acre dog park!

Memory Park: It boasts scenic views of its garden area, extensive pond, and walkways. It also features various projects of the Eagle Scouts, a pet memorial, a veteran's plaza, and a path that leads to the Fenland Historical Park and Memory Park.

Cedar Brake Park: The Cedar Brake Park is an area teeming with centuries-old cedar trees that witness Montgomery's history. These cedar trees have existed since the 1800s during Montgomery's early years. One of Cedar Brake Park's most beautiful features is the vast pavilion. In addition, it has a three-tiered fountain and a cast bronze statue of CB Stewart.

Brookside Gardens: This is Montgomery County’s award-winning public display garden situated within Wheaton Regional Park. It features two conservatories, free admission and a horticultural reference library in the Visitors Center.

Rock Creek Regional Park: It is a 1,800-acre complex featuring beautiful Lake Needwood and Lake Frank. Take advantage of the park's 13 miles of woodland trails along the lake shores by trekking, picnicking, fishing, or boating.

Great Falls Park: This is a popular destination for whitewater kayakers, bicyclists, birdwatchers, rock climbers, equestrians, and fishers. The park encompasses 800 acres and nearly half a million visitors come to the park each year to hike the trails overlooking the falls in all their glory.

Seneca Creek State Park: Seneca Creek State Park is open year-round and offers many recreational activities. Visitors to the park can picnic, rent boats, play on the playground made of tires, take a hike along the Schaeffer Farm Trail Area, or explore the history of the area with a self-guided path.

Black Hill Regional Park: Black Hill Regional Park offers more than 2,000 acres of land for outdoor recreation. Enjoy spectacular views of Little Seneca Lake from the many picnic shelters and trails in the park. The park has over 20 miles of hard and natural surface trails for hiking and mountain biking, as well as horseback riding trails. Dogs and their owners will love the half-acre dog park!

Agricultural History Farm Park: The 455-acre park offers visitors a chance to experience the scenic beauty of rolling hills, open fields, and an apple orchard. It also features a variety of farm animals and offers historical exhibits about the area’s rich farming heritage. The park offers 4 miles of natural surface trails that are great for hiking or horseback riding.

Patuxent River State Park: The park consists of 6,700 acres of natural areas and farmlands. It's primarily used for hunting, fishing, hiking and horseback riding.


Phil's Road House & Grill - Local hangout for ribs & rib-eyes, catfish & burgers with beer, wine & margaritas in rustic digs.

Montgomery Burger Fresh - Award winning Burger, friendl staff and fast food.

Yo' Mama's Pit Bar-B-Que - The best BBQ in Montgomery, BBQ Baked Sweet Potato, Slow-cooking meat, been in industry for 26 years.

Eatery at Hodge Podge Lodge - They offer exceptional cuisine, made fresh every day. The Eatery is suited for fine dining, casual dining, dinner rehearsals, private or business events, or a night of cocktails.
Cozy Grape - Menu offers numerous exceptional options for brunch, lunch and dinner. Wide range of drinks.

Old Montgomery Steakhouse - family owned restaurant, old-fashioned American eatery serving steak, seafood, sandwiches, beer & wine.

Uncle Bob's BBQ - high quality of cuisine, superb ambience and outstanding service.

Chick-fil-A 105 & Lonestar Pkwy - Fast-food chain serving chicken sandwiches & nuggets along with salads & sides.

Pizza Shack - Italian-American restaurant, offer wide range of food pizzas, salads, pasta, dessert, chicken and seafoods.

Ransom's Steakhouse & Saloon - Friendly restaurant, specialize in steak, seafood, buffalo chili & other Texas dishes, win & cocktails & live music.

Miss Pat's Kitchen - American food, Seafood, Soul Food, Southern & Vegetarian food. They're innovative towards health and wellness.

Check out this blog post - Things To Do | Link.

Neighborhoods to Check Out


  • Price Range: $250,000 – $1,500,000
  • Square Feet: 1,500 – 7,500
  • Large & extravagant aquatic park and pool, 15 miles of nature trails, golf course, tennis & basketball courts
  • Open Houses –  Link
  • Homes for sale – Link


  • Price Range: $250,000 – $3,500,000
  • Lot Size: 0 – 1 acres
  • Gated waterfront community with an exclusive golf course
  • Open Houses –  Link
  • Homes for sale – Link


  • Price Range: $100,000 – $1,000,000
  • Lot Size: 0 – 5+ acres
  • Right on the lake, private marina & boat ramps, fitness center, multiple parks, and miles of trails
  • Open Houses –  Link
  • Homes for sale – Link

Grand Harbor

  • Price Range: $400,000 – $1,500,000
  • Lot Size: 0 – 3 acres
  • Neighborhood park with tennis courts and a baseball field, most homes have their own boat dock but there’s a community boat ramp as well.
  • Open Houses –  Link
  • Homes for sale – Link

April Sound

  • Price Range: $200,000 – $1,000,000
  • Lot Size: 0 – 3 acres
  • Gated community on the lake, golf course, pool & splash pad, tennis courts, and boat launches.
  • Open Houses –  Link
  • Homes for sale – Link

Crown Oaks

  • Price Range: $400,000 – $1,500,000
  • Lot Size: 1 – 5+ acres
  • Neighborhood parks and stocked lakes for fishing
  • Open Houses –  Link
  • Homes for sale – Link


  • Price Range: $200,000 – $400,000
  • Lot Size: 6,500 – 13,000 square feet
  • Brand new community with pool, splash pad, and playground
  • Open Houses –  Link
  • Homes for sale – Link

Ridgelake Shores

  • Price Range:
  • Lot Size:
  • 2 private lakes, one of them having a playground, beach entrance into the water and a sand volley ball court
  • Open Houses –  Link
  • Homes for sale – Link

Montgomery Trace

  • Price Range: $300,000 – $2,000,000
  • Lot Size: 1 – 6 acres
  • Many different subsections offering a variety of homes & prices
  • Open Houses –  Link
  • Homes for sale – Link

  1. Bentwater | Homes for sale.
  2. Bluejack National | Homes for sale.
  3. Fairwater | Homes for sale.
  4. Waterstone on Lake Conroe | Homes for sale.
  5. Woodforest| Homes for sale.

Five Best "Bang for your Buck" Neighborhoods in Montgomery TX

April Sound

This is a wonderful gated community on the lake with a golf course, multiple pools & splash pads, tennis courts, and private boat launches. They host lots of neighborhood events and are located minutes away from amazing restaurants, grocery stores, and shopping areas.


Beautiful water front, gated neighborhood with a multitude of amenities to enjoy. They offer an on site golf club with an 18 hole course, a country club, yacht club, and restaurant. There’s a state of the art fitness center, tennis courts, large pool & jacuzzi, and a covered children’s pool. They also have boat docks & launches, and are very close to the local shops & restaurants.

Del Lago

Established neighborhood on Lake Conroe with direct lake access. This community is full of trees, green space, and wonderful lake views, and is home to an 18 hole golf course. It’s located off of Walden road giving you quick access to all of the restaurants, shops, and grocery stores in the area.


This large community is right on the water and has a variety of different home styles & prices. They have their own marina & boat ramps, a fitness center, sports fields & courts, parks with miles of trails, and an 18 hole golf course. Residents have the option of joining the Walden Yacht Club which gives access to even more luxurious amenities.


A very fun neighborhood full of new homes and tons to do. There’s a pool that looks like a theme park with all of it’s slides & splash features, multiple playgrounds, sports fields & courts, miles of nature trails, a splash park, and a dog park. They have a golf course on site as well. You can easily get to 105 and access the local grocery stores, restaurants, and shops.

Models House To Visit in Montgomery TX

1. Fairwater | Homes for sale.
Address: 1319 Pleasant Spgs Ct, Montgomery, TX 77316

2. Town Creek Crossing | Homes for sale.
Address: 163 Dina Lane, Montgomery, TX 77356

3. Pine Lake Cove | Homes for sale.
Address: 127 Grove Terrace Ct, Conroe, TX 77356

4. Waterstone on Lake Conroe | Homes for sale.
Address: 101 Waterstone Dr, Montgomery, TX 77356

5. The Hills of Town Creek | Homes for sale.
Address: 103 Brock's Ln, Montgomery, TX 77356

Other Montgomery TX Related Blog Posts – Montgomery TX Category (I would start with the links below, and then the category link.)

  • What is the weather like in Montgomery TX? – Link.
  • The Best Neighborhoods in Montgomery TX – Link.
  • Things to do in Montgomery TX – Link.
  • Montgomery TX Relocation Guide – Link.
  • 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Montgomery TX – Link.
  • The Five Best Bang for Your Buck Neighborhoods in Montgomery TX – Link.
  • Food Trucks to Track Down in Montgomery TX – Link.


I hope you have found this blog post super helpful. If there is anything else we can do for you, including helping you sell (or buy) a home, I would be honored to assist. I hope you have a great day/evening. Cheers, Jo & Co


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