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Kingwood is a 14,000-acre master-planned community located in northeast Houston, Texas. The majority of the community is located in Harris County with a small portion in Montgomery County . Called the "Livable Forest" for its many green spaces, the community was named after famed King Ranch, one of the original developers, before being bought by another company.
The most unique feature of Kingwood is its 75-mile greenbelt system, the "Livable Forest," which winds throughout housing and retail areas. The trails have tall pines and other types of trees that shade residents walking to schools, parks, and shopping. Pedestrians can even use tunnels to follow major roads. An elevated, wooden boardwalk at East End Park lifts travelers above the wetlands.
More than 500 acres of preserves and five parks host a variety of wildlife, including deer, fish, birds, otters, bobcats, coyotes, even alligators. Needless to say, the park's website cautions visitors not to "harass or approach wildlife" and that the resident Golden Silk Spiders, though harmless, can spin a web across a 10-foot wide trail overnight... "Early morning joggers beware!"
Mists on the early morning edges of Lake Houston can spin water and sky into gold.
King's Cove Luxury Apartments, right on the lake, offers a tanning salon, gated access, and cyber cafe within walking distance of the King's Harbor Waterfront Village, an upscale urban living community. Check out the Regent Square Brownstones, at King's Harbor Waterfront Village, for a taste of the good life.
Kingwood Town Center offers lakeside retail, medical offices, businesses, and restaurants, including Cafe Dubois, CJ's Wine Bar, Cressman Tubular Products, Fabulous Things, Family Vision Center, Game Force, Imagine That, Kingwood Art School, la Jolie vie Boutique, New York Pizzeria, Sound of a New Breed, The Mudpie, and Town Center Foot Specialist.