Kingwood is a master-planned community located predominantly in Harris County. Known as the “The Livable Forest,” this community features a vast system of wildlife and nature preserves, including The Greenbelt, which consists of more than 75 miles of hike and bike trails. Walking trails have also been created to provide safe and easy access to nearby schools and shopping. Among the greenery, residents can enjoy other outdoor activities including watching wildlife like deer, fish and birds that that reside on over 500 acres of private nature preserves and parks. Families and nature lovers appreciate the vast outdoor entertainment options that Kingwood presents.
Most students attend Humble
Independent School District. With over 45 facilities covering elementary, middle, high school and specialized centers combined, Humble ISD is the 31st largest district in the state. Humble ISD teaches over 41,000 students each year and with the community’s rapid development, that number is likely to increase. Established over 100 years ago, Humble ISD is a fantastic district for children to learn and grow in.
When the group is looking for something fun to do, you won’t have to look too far. Kingwood has something fun for adults and kids! Looking for a challenge? Try to make your way through Escape Artist Texas. By solving a sequence of riddles, you can win the game and escape with your group. For those who like an artistic activity, The Rustic Brush is available for large or small groups. Gather with friends and paint a beautiful piece of work you can hang in your home. Similar to The Rustic Brush is The Mudpie Company, where guests can paint their own pottery. Pick a figure, design, picture frame and so much more and add your own personal flair to a piece that’s all yours.