Magnolia, named for its beautiful Magnolia trees, offers a small town feel with spacious country living. Located in southwest Montgomery County, this mostly rural city is proud of its unified community, beautiful landscape and laid-back living. Magnolia ISD is one of the fastest-growing districts in the state and plans to continue its growth in the coming years.
Fun Fact: The Bush 41 Train ran straight through the city of Magnolia, which attracted thousands of spectators enjoying a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Magnolia is home of the award-winning Unity Park, a 30-acre combination municipal park and wildlife preserve. While Unity Park is popular with local residents for day use, it is also a highly desired event destination in the area.
Along with Unity Park the City maintains The Stroll, a half-mile linear park in the heart of Magnolia Town Center, once the original township of the City. The Stroll serves as a walking path and hosts many events throughout the year that bring the community together for fun and to promote local commerce. Magnolia is also the official Host City of the Texas Renaissance Festival, which draws thousands across the country each Fall.