Things To Do In Huntsville

20-Minute Flyboarding Flights for One, Two, or Four at South Texas Flyboard (Up to 55% Off)

South Texas Flyboard

Waterpoint Marina

$139 $69

Soar up to 45 feet above the surface of Lake Conroe, propelled by a water-fueled hover board

$39 for Entry for One to the Mud Challenger Adventure Run on Saturday, November 15 ($99 Value)

Mud Challenger Adventure Run


$99 $39

Climb cargo nets, leap over fiery obstacles, and conquer frigid ice tanks on this 4- to 6-mile obstacle course

All-Day Paintball Package for 2, 4, 10, or 12 at Legends Tactical (Up to 50% Off)

Legends Tactical


$80 $45

Groups grab rental equipment, split into teams, and launch paintballs at each other on a gigantic field

Family-Fun Outing for Two, Four, or Six with Fountain Drinks and Petting-Zoo Feed Cones at 7 Acre Wood (44% Off)

Seven Acre Wood


$18 $10


Families feed mini-goats, donkeys, and llamas at a petting zoo, zoom down a playground's zipline and slides, and tackle a mini-golf course

Movie Ticket at Star Cinema Grill (Up to 44% Off). Three Options Available.

Star Cinema Grill

Multiple Locations

$10.75 $6


Servers at dine-in theaters deliver freshly prepared menu items as guests enjoy first-run releases

Week or Month of Unlimited Stroller-Based Fitness Classes for Moms at Conroe Baby Bootcamp (Up to 51% Off)

Conroe Baby Bootcamp

McDade Park

$14.75 $9

Moms workout with resistance tubes, strollers, and even their little ones while instructors guide them through cardio drills and exercises

Two Weeks of Unlimited Classes with Wraps and Optional Private Training at TITLE Boxing Club (Up to 57% Off) 

Title Boxing Club - The Woodlands

The Woodlands

$44.49 $19

Burn up to 1,000 calories during one-hour boxing and kickboxing sessions helmed by a trainer who teaches jabs, hooks, and kicks

5 or 10 Sword Combat Classes at Sword to Sword (Up to 66% Off)

Sword to Sword

Multiple Locations

$100 $39

Instructors use German longswords to teach students the basic techniques and skills of swordsmanship

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It's a common misconception that the city of Houston is named after the Houston Rockets basketball team. The truth is far stranger. The city is actually named in honor of Sam Houston, a key player in Texas's bid for statehood. The Lone Star State as we know it today would not have been possible if Houston hadn't led the Texas Revolution and subsequently assumed office as the Republic of Texas's first and third president.

Houston?both the city and the man?is the focus of the Sam Houston Memorial Museum. Located on 15 acres of the leader's own estate, the sprawling museum lets visitors learn about Houston's life and accomplishments via artifacts, manuscripts, and even buildings he frequented. Houston's hunting lodge along with the Steamboat House have been moved to the museum grounds from their original locations, and a replica of his kitchen was hand-built with period tools on the same spot as the original. In the rotunda building, visitors can examine personal effects and articles of clothing to get a feel for what Houston was like as a person. Though the museum is open six days a week year-round, the summer months are perhaps the best time to visit, as the museum offers free tours twice daily with paid admission.

1402 19th Street

Weekend cruises along the lake. The occasional night fishing trip. While many people would like to own a boat for those reasons, the expenses of maintaining and storing a boat year-round can be daunting. Carefree Boat Rental eliminates the tedious bits of boat ownership by lending its well-maintained fleet to members by the hour. Inspected weekly by a dock staff using a 50-point checklist, each boat is also equipped with US Coast Guard-required safety equipment such as flares, approved flotation devices, and an emergency stash of Cheetos. The crew also takes care of regular maintenance, such as oil changes, hull cleaning, and annual bottom painting.

11880 Palms Marina Rd.

Award-winning ice sculptor T. Jay Maclaskey and his wife, Carol, open their doors to the public yearly, inviting carloads of families to attend their ranch and the festival known as The Ice Cutter's Christmas. They take kids on jingle bell hayrides across the 40 rolling acres to see sights such as a 109-year-old barn, known as the Fire and Ice Hall, bedecked in lights and light sculptures of holiday scenes in the woods. Inside, their extensive freezers house a glittering collection of ice sculptures created by the owner, and visitors can watch as he carves a brand new one before their eyes. Storytellers spin holiday tales and visitors sing Christmas carols as mini horses, goats, and Ziggy the llama jostle to be petted and fed. Finally, staffers put a button on each evening with a big chilly showdown known as the Great Texas Snowball Battle.

15600 FM 2854 Rd.

Held each year as winter's cold gives way to spring's new beginnings, the Dream Weddings Bridal Show helps brides-to-be plan the wedding they've envisioned. Each show features an army of vendors from across the spectrum of wedding production, all ready to team up with soon-to-be-weds and get down to details. In one large space, attendees can network with dance instructors for some pre-wedding waltz polishing, check out the handiwork of local photographers, and compare the prices and selection of several different cake artists. While visitors listen to DJ music selections and scrutinize the penmanship of invitations vendors, a fashion show for both men and women showcases the latest in wedding dresses and formal attire.

PO Box 361,Montgomery,Montgomery,Montgomery

Most people who look at a hose think of watering plants or maybe putting out fires, but Franky Zapata thinks of flying. Inspired, he designed the Flyboard, an over-water aerial device capable of launching its rider up to 45 feet in the air with jets of pure water that gush from a large, high-tech hose strapped to a buoyant board. For added control, each water-propulsion craft comes equipped with handheld nozzles that can control 10% of the thrust.

Now, South Texas Flyboard gives folks the chance to experience thrilling bird?s-eye views of Lake Conroe. After a brief instructional lesson, customers can strap into the board?s pre-attached boots and take to the skies during an adrenaline-fueled ride.

880 Beach Walk Blvd

Thanks to Lone Star FlyBoard, 5-15 minutes is all it takes for a person to learn how to fly. On Lake Conroe, these fliers soar to up to 35 feet in the air, skim along the water's surface, or dive into the lake itself. The secret to this supernatural ability lies at the end of a 55-foot hose, which pumps water at high pressure to send flyers soaring through the air. This FlyBoard system relies on simple controls, which people use to maneuver with the ease of the world's most confident dolphins. Certified instructors cover the essentials prior to flights.

14632 State Highway 105