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Our Guide to The Greater Houston Area

Houston is a cultural and musical hub that attracts visitors from across the country. But the towns around Houston have a personality and allure all their own. No matter what event brings you to the area, there is a town that seems custom built for your needs. Check out some of these towns when you venture out from your luxurious Houston Corporate Housing!

Start with Pasadena. This relatively large town is a haven for golfers. You could spend a week just trying out different courses. Of course, there’s plenty to do for the rest of the family. The Armand Bayou Nature Center is a beautiful, non-profit nature conservatory that holds some of the natural treasures of the state. The Pasadena Historical Museum will introduce visitors to the history of the area while capturing the essence of the natural area.

Pearland has no shortage of golf courses either, and they even incorporated mini golf for the kids. What’s more, they have no shortage of celebrations all year long. Winterfest brings massive crowds each year, along with the Christmas Parade and the Hometown Christmas Festival. As the weather heats up, stop by the Pearland Crawfish Festival on your way to Summerfest.

Lake Jackson is able to capitalize on the beautiful water-filled oasis of the Lake, starting with the area’s aquarium. The Sea Center is a free public marine aquarium where kids can see a live fish hatchery and education center. After they learn about marine life, take a trip to the lake. You won’t be restricted to just boating, why not take a trip under the waves? Lake scuba dive is a unique and wonderful experience.

For a sweet stop, try Sugar Land or Sugar Land corporate housing. There are a range of sports stadiums to keep the games alive for local athletes. Plan a stop at Constellation Field, then another at Skeeter’s Stadium. When you want to participate yourself, stop by the Aerodrome Ice Skating Complex or plan a trip through the Justin P. Brindley Trail. Not into athletics? Painting with a twist at Sugar Land lets adults and children alike tap into their artistic side.

Why do people flock to Conroe? For Lake Conroe, of course! As a 22,000 acre recreational lake, Lake Conroe has boat ramps, marinas, and watercraft rentals. The lake boasts some of the best bass fishing in Texas, so don’t forget your fishing poll! And time your visit so you can take a run at the area sack race. It’s an event not to be missed!