Shopping and Restaurant Facilities
Within ten miles of League City, there are several major shopping centers and hundreds of privately owned as well as brand name major stores.
Bay Colony Town Center - located in League City at IH 45 and FM 646. Anchor tenants: HEB, Kohl’s, 24-Hour Fitness, and PetCo.
League City Towne Center - located in League City at IH 45 and FM 646. Anchor tenants: Home Depot, Super Target, PetSmart, TJ Maxx, and Michael’s.
Victory Lakes Town Center - located in League City at IH 45 and FM 646. Anchor tenants: Wal Mart Supercenter, Lowe’s, JC Penney’s, Best Buy, Hobby Lobby, and Sports Authority.
Baybrook Mall - located approximately 3 miles north of League City in Webster. Anchor tenants: Dillard’s, Macy’s, JC Penney's, and Sears.
Mall of the Mainland - located approximately 7 miles south of League City in Texas City. Anchor Tenants: Macy’s, Sears, and Palais Royal.
Historic District & Shops
Under the 100-year-old majestic oaks lining Main Street in League City, exist a number of shops and stores providing merchandise covering the turn of the century to current day fashions. Curio, card and gift, antiques, tea rooms, and candle shops represent just some of the products available.
Within an immediate 3-mile radius of League City, there are over 125 restaurants and eating establishments. Dining experiences from the casual to formal atmospheres are available.
Hotels, Motels, Bed & Breakfasts
South Shore Harbour Resort & Conference Center
Super 8 Motel
League City is proud to be home of one of the largest public libraries in Galveston County. Helen Hall Library is located just off State Highway 3. The current annual circulation for the library is approximately 714,260.
Recreational and Cultural Facilities
League City has an abundance of parks and recreational facilities. There are more than 21 homeowner parks located in subdivisions throughout the community. More than 620 acres of public parks exist in League City.
The following is a list of a few of those parks:
Bayridge Park - Located off FM 1266 on Mariner Drive
Big League Dreams Sports Park – Located on Big League Dreams Parkway near IH 45
Challenger 7 Park - Located off West NASA Rd.
Countryside Park - Located 3.5 miles West of IH 45 and north of FM 518
Elva Lobit Park (Galveston County Park) - Located on FM 646, 2 miles east of IH 45
Helen's Garden - Located at 700 East Main
Heritage Park - Located at 1220 Coryell Street
League Park - Located 1.5 miles east of IH 45 on FM 518 at Park Avenue
Rustic Oaks Park – Located at 5101 Orange Blossom Ct. 3 miles west on Main Street
League City Sportsplex - Located near the intersection of SH 96 and IH 45
Walter Hall Park (Galveston County Park) - Located on SH 3 at Clear Creek, just north of FM 518
Johnny Arolfo Civic Center
Named for the first Mayor of League City, this center consists of two separate buildings and represents a mini-meeting/conference center. The Civic Center is an 11,343 square foot facility comprised of a ballroom that is 5,906 square feet and four meeting rooms that are 740 square feet each. The Civic Center is equipped with a lobby, a kitchen preparation area, a stage area, and display space. The smaller rooms can seat 40 to 50 people comfortably for meetings and seminars. The Recreation Center is a 3,534 square foot open room with a kitchen preparation area, ideal for large meetings, receptions or other events.
Beacon Lakes - Eighteen hole, 6700-yard course located 1½ miles east of IH 45 on FM 646. This is a challenging public course, fully lighted for nighttime play.
Magnolia Creek Golf Links - A Scottish Links type public course with 27 holes, located near the intersection of Bay Area Blvd. and FM 518.
South Shore Harbour - Private 27-hole championship course located within the master planned South Shore Harbour subdivision
Boating Facilities, Sailing, Cruises
With a total of four marinas, League City’s location on Clear Lake provides easy access to many boating activities. The area is a haven for boating enthusiasts with over 7,000 recreational boats (the third-largest concentration in the country). Everything from dinner cruises, fishing charters and guides, diving and boat rentals are available from one of the fifteen marinas presently located around Clear Lake.
Area Visitor Attractions
Main Street Historic District
Big League Dreams Sports Park
Butler Longhorn Museum
Kemah Boardwalk & Waterfront
Space Center Houston & NASA
Clear Lake Recreation Area
West Bay Common School Children’s Museum
Armand Bayou Nature Center
Bayou Wildlife Park
Gulf Greyhound Race Park
San Jacinto Monument Park and The Battleship Texas
•Annual In-the-Water Boat Show - Watergate Marina - October
•Ballunar Liftoff - August
•Bay Area Blue Grass Concerts - Johnnie Arolfo Civic Center – 3rd Saturday each month
•Clear Lake Boat Parade - December
•Clear Lake Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular - July
•Concerts in the Park - League Park- Every weekend Spring/Summer
•Fishing Extravaganza - City Pool - January
•Fourth of July Celebration - League Park - July
•Holiday in the Park Parade and Festival - League Park - 1st weekend in December
•Lion’s Club Village Fair and Parade - Walter Hall Park – 1st weekend in May
•Oak Tree Festival - September
•South Shore Dockside Food and Wine Festival - October
•Space City Cruisers Car Show - League Park- Weekly March thru November
•Wellness Walk - League Park - April
•Wings Over Houston Air Show - Ellington Field - October