With a meager population of under 1,000 people, rustic log cabins, and more animals than people, Montgomery is the definition of small town Texas. The city is quiet and peaceful, making it perfect for vacationers looking to get away from the busy city life, try out some new outdoor activities, and relax in a luxurious vacation home.
For guests who enjoy sunshine, fresh herbs, and lush gardens, a tour of Sunshine Farm should be the first thing on the itinerary. Then, those who are brave enough to shoulder the Texas heat can go fly boarding, paddle boarding, and cycle-boating on Lake Conroe, rent a boat from Nauti Dayz Boat Rentals, rent jet skis and other water equipment from Lake Conroe Water Sports. Alternatively, admire the botanical gardens and ornamental ponds of Memory Park, or hike any of the Lone Star Hiking Trails.
Visitors who prefer avoiding the heat can enjoy an afternoon at Deer Lake Lodge Resort and Spa, be inspired by touring the Art & Art Not Gallery, and fall in love with a new wine at Cork This! Winery.
The best time to visit Montgomery is September to October, as temperatures are cooling off but are still plenty warm enough to allow outdoor activities to be enjoyable.
Phil’s Road House & Grill is an iconic BBQ, steak, and seafood restaurant that attracts travelers with its mouthwatering scents and fresh food. The Pizza Shack, serving hand-made pizza, and The Big Sombrero, offering Mexican dishes, are two more of Montgomery’s best places to eat. The city also offers Mcdonald’s and Burger King for simple, no-fuss food.
Montgomery hosts various annual events that keep both residents and visitors busy. The Christmas in the Park event is one of the city’s most beloved Christmas events, featuring carols, hot chocolate, cookies and snacks, hot cider, and of course -- visits and photos with Santa! The Texian Heritage Festival celebrates Texas’ rich history by offering reenactments, country dancing, Native American dancers, vendors, live music, shoot-outs, kids games, cowboy poetry and so much more.
One of the most interesting things families visiting Montgomery can do is visit the Saint Francis Wolf Sanctuary. The sanctuary keeps both wolves and dogs and offers both exceptional care and attention. It offers visitors a tour of the sanctuary, VIP tours, and a wolf-themed overnight camping trip complete with stories of wolves, hot chocolate, and listening to the sanctuary’s wolves howl at the moon. Families can learn about Montgomery’s history by spending the afternoon at Fernland Historical Park, which features hands-on exhibits, informational exhibits, and a number of authentic log cabins. Many families also enjoy a game of mini golf at Longview Greens Miniature Golfing.
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If you would like to stay connected during your trip, then you can choose from over 229 accommodations in Montgomery that have WiFi. We have 16 accommodations that come with breakfast included. Fitness fanatics can get a workout in during their stay by choosing from 89 accommodations that have gym facilities. If you're planning on getting to Montgomery by car, be sure to choose from 232 accommodations that provide parking. 99 hotels and vacation rentals come with a pool or jacuzzi
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