Lake Conroe is a 21,000-acre lake in Montgomery County, Texas. While the majority of the lake is in the unincorporated region of the county, only a small section sprawls into the city of Conroe. The lake runs through the East Texas Piney Woods forests. The lake has an overall good water quality, seeing an average depth of 20.5 feet and a maximum depth of 75 feet.
The shoreline has a few aquatic plants along the banks. The majority of which were planted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the TPWD. A variety of wildlife can be found throughout the piney forests, including white-tailed deer, various birds, squirrels, wild turkeys and waterfowl.
Around the lake are various campgrounds, parks and other recreational areas. Lake Conroe is frequented by anglers and boaters from all across the country.