League City has been here since 1854. It is known for its
beautiful parks and gardens. One of the most popular things
is to stroll those on a cool evening. Among them are Helen's
Garden and Walter Hill Park.They are relaxing and
inspirational. A nice break from the hustle and bustle of
City encompasses a large geographical area. It borders on
Seabrook, Kemah, Bacliff, Clear Lake City, Webster,
Dickinson, Santa Fe, Hitchcock, Alvin, Friendswood,
Pasadena, and Houston. Interstate 45 runs directly through
its heart. If you want a good interactive experience,
consider the Butler Longhorn or West Bay School museums.
Frequently offering historical reenactments, they provide a
good historical perspective.
are numerous fishing and boating tours of the area. Boating
tours include sailing and party boats. Some originate at
South Shore Harbor. South
Shore Harbor is League City's major access to Clear
Lake and Galveston Bay. This beautiful setting is also the
site of numerous public events like antique
Dreams is a unique concept to the area. It is
comprised of numerous fields of dreams for those with grand
desires. It gives kids the feeling of a major league park.