The nightlife in Seabrook is worth staying up for! Boats converted into bars, outdoor patios that are pet-friendly, from upscale to casual, there is something for everyone in Seabrook.
Much like our community, the retail experience of Seabrook is unique, eclectic and always friendly!
Seabrook has eleven miles of waterfront; both salt and freshwater. The Clear Lake area is the third-largest boating center in the United States, with 1,250 boat slips in Seabrook.
Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or a fun-filled family vacation, the Bay Area Houston Visitor Information Center is the place to start. Located in charming Kemah, Texas, in a converted historic schoolhouse, the center offers lodging, dining, shopping, attractions and recreational information, as well as maps, coupons, discount tickets and souvenirs.
There's no need to board your pet when visiting Seabrook, we love our four-legged friends and family and they are welcome (on a leash) at most businesses that have patio spaces as well as all of our City Parks and our Hike & Bike Trails!
Seabrook is home to some great events such as the Lucky Trails Marathon, Keels & Wheels, J/Fest Southwest and much more! There is always something to do in or around the city.
Seabrook has over 13 miles of hike and bike trails that connect many of the parks within the city. Several of the trails wind up and down the Galveston Bay shoreline and many have encountered all types of wildlife including whitetail deer, Texas armadillos, and even a few alligators. The trails are ideal for walkers, runners, and cyclists and many will walk the trails just to catch a glimpse of the birds.
Seabrook's Pelican Path is the home to 43+ larger-than-life pelican's, each one artistically decorated!