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Lake Conroe Parks

Armstrong Elementary Park (2 acres)

Entrance: 110 Gladstell
This park was developed under a joint venture between the City of Conroe and CISD. The park features:
  • 2 playgrounds
  • picnic tables
  • backstops
  • basketball goals

Carl Barton, Jr. Park (200 acres)

Entrance: Loop 336 South, 1/4 mile east of FM 1314
Conroe's newest park is open for play! There are several phases of development, phase one includes:
  • 3 lighted soccer fields
  • 3 unlit soccer fields
  • 9 lighted baseball fields
  • picnic area
  • exercise trail .4 mile inner loop, .6 mile outter

Candy Cane Park (24 acres)

Entrance: Callahan Ave & Semands St.
Conroe's most well known park features:
  • picnic area
  • pavilion
  • 3 playgrounds
  • gazebo
  • 6 lighted tennis courts
  • lighted basketball court
  • 3/8 mile trail
  • Heritage Museum
  • rest rooms
  • swim center
  • family water park

Flournoy Park (4 acres)

Entrance: Highway 105 (Phillips) and 10th Street
This newly renovated park features:
  • play field
  • basketball
  • playground
  • picnic area
  • baseball backstop

Kasmiersky Park (9 acres)

Entrance: Old Magnolia Rd. and Kirk Rd.
This park features:
  • picnic area
  • playground
  • one soccer field
  • skate park
  • 3/8+ mile jogging/walking trail
  • rest rooms
  • pavilion
  • basketball court

McDade Park (18 acres)

Entrance: F.M. 2854 west of the San Jacinto River
This park features:
  • picnic area
  • pavilion
  • playground
  • 3 play fields
  • basketball court
  • trail 1/2 mile inner loop, 5/8 mile outer loop
  • fishing area/river
  • rest rooms

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Sports Complex (3 acres)

First Street and Avenue K
  • 3 lighted baseball fields
  • rest rooms
  • concession stand
  • playground

Flournoy Park (4 acres)

Highway 105 (Phillips) and 10th Street
  • play field
  • basketball
  • playground
  • picnic area
  • baseball backstop

Gibson Park (.8 acres)

Lilly Blvd.
  • picnic area
  • playground
  • backstop

Heritage Place (3 acres)

Collins St. near Downtown
  • picnic area
  • gazebo
  • pavilion
  • rest rooms
  • amphitheater

Kasmiersky Park (9 acres)

Old Magnolia Rd. and Kirk Rd.
  • picnic area
  • playground
  • one soccer field
  • skate park
  • 3/8+ mile jogging/walking trail
  • rest rooms
  • pavilion
  • basketball court

Lewis Park (5 acres)

Park Place and Ave. I
  • picnic area
  • pavilion
  • playground
  • lighted softball/ baseball field
  • 3 lighted basketball courts
  • rest rooms
  • concession stand

Lions Park (3.5 acres)

Robinwood Subdivision on Loop 336 N
  • 2 backstops
  • play field
  • full basketball court
  • playground
  • picnic area

McDade Park (18 acres)

F.M. 2854 west of the San Jacinto River
  • picnic area
  • pavilion
  • playground
  • 3 play fields
  • basketball court
  • trail 1/2 mile inner loop, 5/8 mile outer loop
  • fishing area/river
  • rest rooms

Milltown Park (2.3 acres)

Mallie and York St. (off of Mill Street)
  • picnic area
  • pavilion
  • playground
  • basketball court

Roberson Park (1.6 acres)

Roberson Road at Alligator Creek
  • picnic area
  • 2 playgrounds
  • 1/2 basketball court

Runyan Elementary Park (2 acres)

1101 Foster Drive
  • a playground
  • picnic tables
  • backstops

Stewarts Creek Park (9 acres)

Bybee and Woodland Dr. (off of East Dallas St.)
  • picnic area
  • pavilion
  • playground
  • play field
  • 3/8+ mile jogging/walking trail

Martin Luther King Park (16 acres)

  • pavilion
  • restrooms
  • picnic area
  • playground
  • 4 lighted basketball courts
  • 3 basketball backstops

Giesenger Elem. Park (1 acre)

  • playground
  • basketball courts
  • trail

Sam Houston Elem. Park (2 acres)

  • 2 playgrounds
  • picnic area
  • trail
  • playing field

B. B. Rice Elem. Park (1 acre)

  • playground
  • picnic area
  • 2 baseball backstops
  • basketball court