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Located 45 miles northwest of Houston, Magnolia is west of The Woodlands and north of Tomball. Its current population is approximately 2,100. The greater Magnolia area has a population of more than 138,000. Housing includes planned communities, established subdivisions, custom homes with acreage for animals, and ranches and farms. Settled in the 1840s, Magnolia was known as Mink’s Prairie and then simply Mink. In 1902, the railroad came to town and renamed it Melton after a landowner. But the post office confused it with Milton, Texas, so often that in 1903 the area was renamed Magnolia after the trees along the nearby Mill Creek. It was incorporated as the City of Magnolia in 1968. Magnolia offers a variety of outdoor activities, from golf to camping, birding, hiking, and fishing at ponds, Lake Conroe, or the nearby piney woods. Magnolia is also a great area for cyclists: five MS-150 qualifying cycling routes run the scenic Montgomery Trace year-round Magnolia also hosts a variety of festivals throughout the year. The most famous festival is the Texas Renaissance Festival, the largest of its kind in the region, which features demonstrations, reenactments (including jousting), entertainment, shopping, and a variety of food.