Living in Kingwood
Kingwood was one of the Houston area's original master-planned communities and the "Livable Forest" quickly became a sought-after place to call home. With nearly 65,000 residents, Kingwood encompasses nearly 15,000 acres.
Shopping, dining, and medical facilities are all located right inside the community. Upscale shopping is available right inside Kingwood, with retailers such as Ann Taylor and Talbots. The new Kings Harbor Place located off Lake Houston Parkway features upscale shopping, dining and office space. There are five major grocery stores located inside Kingwood. And whether you are craving Mexican, Italian, Chinese, or American cuisine, you will find something close to home.
Sports are an active part of Kingwood life. There are a large number of youth sports teams, ranging from swim team to soccer to softball and baseball. Kingwood has its own YMCA as well as private athletic clubs in the neighborhood.
In addition to everything located right inside the neighborhood, Kingwood is surrounded by an endless list of restaurants and retailers in the Humble and Atascocita areas. Deerbrook Mall is just 4 miles south of Kingwood.
In addition, Kingwood is home to over 100 clubs and organizations and a long list of annual events and activities.