Bay Area Houston is a charming bayside region nestled midway between the big-city allure of Houston and the wide-open beaches of Galveston. It also serves as the third largest marina base in the United States. Encompassing four distinct cities, the region touches more than 35 miles of waterfront. Use the following links to learn more about the cities of Bay Area Houston.
Welcome to Kemah, TX.
"Kemah" is an Indian word meaning "wind in my face". Come "Breeze into Kemah" a slogan that accurately describes the recreational environment. The city is aptly named because there is a near constant breeze from Galveston Bay. Kemah's name has also been long associated with water and having fun. Today, that is even more true with the spectacular Kemah Boardwalk and Kemah Lighthouse District with shops of every description, fine restaurants and marinas offering just about any kind of water-related activity you can imagine. Kemah is the place to take a break.
Welcome to League City, TX.
League City is recognized for its high quality life and as a tourist destination. League City is the third largest leisure boating community in the United States. The newest attraction is the Big League Dreams, with its six replica stadiums, a destination for both national and international sporting events. Each of the three golf courses offer a unique experience. South Shore Harbour Resort and Conference Center is a four-star hotel located near an impressive marina and within walking distance of many restaurants offering gracious patio dining.
The Historic District features historical homes, Butler Longhorn Museum, West Bay Common School Children's Museum. The district offers shopping at charming Founder's Square, plus day spas, and tea rooms. Festivals, craft shows, and concerts take place throughout the year in League Park. League City is the hub of several visitor attractions such as Space Center Houston, Kemah Boardwalk, and Galveston Island. Come enjoy League City.
City of League City
Welcome to Nassau Bay, TX. - A unique city by the bay.
The city was established to accommodate Johnson Space Center and provide a community for astronauts, space professionals, and their families. Today, more than 60 Nassau Bay residents have visited space, and a few have walked the moon. In 2005, the city dedicated a serpentine wall of black granite featuring the flags of the Nations participating in the International Space Station. The striking monument is on NASA Parkway in the median between NASA and the city.
Located across the street from Johnson Space Center and Space Center Houston, Nassau Bay has it all: space and science adventure, fun, sun and water. The Clear Lake recreation area is the third largest boating center in the United States. Nassau Bay has numerous marinas with pleasure boats docked along our waterfront, in addition to yacht clubs, piers, and boat ramps. The city’s hotels offer a variety of accommodations with more than 600 rooms. October brings the annual Wings over Houston Airshow at nearby Ellington Field, and the City of Nassau Bay hosts many events throughout the year in their Town Square.
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Welcome to Seabrook!
The City of Seabrook is the "home base" for many of the astronauts, scientists and other professionals who work at Johnson Space Center. Enjoy the small town waterfront atmosphere, just minutes from the bustle of Houston, the relaxing waters of Galveston Bay and the Kemah Boardwalk. This thriving community offers many amenities for business, living and recreation including 17 parks and nationally renowned hiking and birding trails.
What's your dining pleasure? Seabrook offers everything from fine seafood restaurants overlooking picturesque waterfront views to Mexican, Italian, Thai, barbeque, fast food and more. Seabrook is also known for its quaint and comfortable bed and breakfasts and four new hotels.
Visitor Information: 866-611-4688