Located in the Heart of Montgomery County
The Lone Star Monument and Historical Flag Park showcases Montgomery County as the birthplace of the Lone Star Flag with towering historical battle and rally flags that depict those that flew during Texas’s fight for independence. A 14 ft. bronze known as “The Texian”, conceived and sculpted by artist Craig Campobella, serves as the centerpiece. A bronze bust dedicated to Dr. Charles B. Stewart, the Montgomery County native credited with the design of the Lone Star Flag, greets visitors at the Park entrance.
Plan a TripThe Lone Star Monument and Historical Flag Park is located in Conroe, Texas, easily accessible from the north and south via Interstate 45. After your visit, enjoy the small town appeal that makes Conroe a friendly and favorite destination. Hotels are plentiful, giving you plenty of time to visit historic sights in and around the city. And don’t forget the nearby 22,000 acres of relaxation – beautiful Lake Conroe.
Visit the ParkThe Park is the perfect place to share with family, friends and those who want to learn more about the struggle that led to the creation of the Lone Star State. As an outdoor museum, the Park is accessible to everyone, open seven days a week, rain or shine, with no admittance fee and plenty of free parking.
A Note of Thanks and Heartfelt Gratitude
To Craig, Dave and to All,
How brave you were to dare such a feat. Agreeing to create an image and committing resources to a symbolic reflection of those brave souls gone before us. Your foresight to something bigger than yourselves will last forever.
Thank you for allowing me, my family and the Spirit of Texas Bank to have a small part in supporting your brilliant display of Texian Freedom.
God Bless Texas, God Bess Each of You,
Dean O. Bass and family