The urban-inspired Kingsley Park in Woodforest offers several gathering spaces, including a fire pit surrounded by Adirondack chairs and a community harvest table adjacent to an outdoor kitchen. Café lights & lawn games allow for evening get-togethers.

(Montgomery, Texas – April 2019) Tucked under a canopy of old-growth trees is a master-planned community brimming with life — Woodforest.

Located in South Montgomery County just five miles north of The Woodlands and seven miles south of Lake Conroe, Woodforest is home to thousands of people who sought out the development for its beautiful homes, generous slate of amenities, active lifestyle, on-site conveniences, top tier schools and more.

And now the public can see the ambiance of this popular hometown during “Houston’s Largest Home Tour,” happening throughout April.

Home buyers can find a home for every stage of life, with builders offering townhomes, patio homes, luxury homes and estate homes in the South Montgomery County community. Pricing is from the $180,000s.

Builders will be opening the doors of 22 professionally decorated model homes and dozens more inventory homes during the annual event. Visitors can tour the homes daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and noon to 6 p.m. Sundays. Admission is free. During the tour, giant pinwheels can be found throughout Christine Allen Nature Park, which will provide a colorful backdrop for springtime photos.

Indulge in the Woodforest Lifestyle (and Crawfish)
The public can experience the vibrant lifestyle Woodforest residents enjoy daily during the Woodforest Crawfish Carnival, noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 6.

Heaps of spicy crustaceans and a Ferris wheel headline the event taking place at Christine Allen Nature Park, 5831 Woodforest Parkway South. A $10 admission ticket includes 3 pounds of crawfish or a food item and non-alcoholic drink as well as Zydeco music, carnival games, crawfish races, inflatables, stilt walkers, a photo booth and more. Tickets at the door are cash-only and cost $15. Adults 21+ can purchase beer, wine and margaritas. Tickets can be purchased at www.woodforesttx.com.

Woodforest residents can be found buzzing through the community on golf carts to attend events, visit neighbors and stop by one of the stores in Woodforest’s growing commercial corridor. Harvest Natural Market, which recently announced it will build a store in Woodforest, will even have golf cart parking.

About Those Home and Amenities
Woodforest offers homes for every age and stage, with townhomes, patio homes, luxury and custom homes priced from the $180,000s to the $2 million+. Home buyers age 55 and up can explore a wide section of one-story homes in Bonterra at Woodforest, an active-adult community with a dedicated, on-site lifestyle director who maintains a busy calendar of events, outings, club meetings and more. Bonterra residents enjoy use of a lavish amenity complex built just for the neighborhood, with a pool; tennis and pickle ball courts; and clubhouse with a fitness room, massage room, card room, kitchen and more.

The Forest Island amenity center is a draw for residents, who have fun at the resort-style pool, the fitness pool, the tennis and basketball courts, and the Forest Island playground.

Luxury buyers can find a selection of homes in the Estate District of Pine Island. Limited homesites are available in the gated neighborhood, which is located along the west nine course of Woodforest Golf Club. Homesites start at approximately one-third of an acre, and pricing is from the $900,000s to $2 Million+.

Woodforest surrounds the popular Woodforest Golf Club, a 27-hole course designed by Steve Elkington. The club offers a number of practice greens and facilities as well as an elegant clubhouse with full-service restaurant and large pro shop.

All residents of Woodforst enjoy the community’s growing slate of amenities, which includes a resort-style pool with twisting slides, a fitness pool, splash pad, tennis and basketball courts, the Stampede Sportsplex, trails and numerous neighborhood parks. One of the newest gathering places is Wallaroo Park, an ADA-accessible playground featuring a smart-technology Sona Play Arch, and Kingsley Park, which features a fire pit, café lights, harvest tables and an outdoor kitchen.

Learn more about Woodforest at www.woodforesttx.com.

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