Parks & Recreation
The city of Seabrook has 18 named parks and over 200 acres of parkland. Several of the parks are connected by a hike and bike trail that can be used all year long. The trails are one of Seabrook’s most popular attractions and several marathons and fun runs are held on the trails each year.
If you are looking for a place to hold your event, then look no further than the Seabrook Community House or one of our beautiful parks. City facilities are owned and operated by the City of Seabrook and residents receive discounted rates.
Seabrook is a bird sanctuary on one of the largest migratory paths in North America. With a diverse habitat of both fresh and salt marsh, bay shoreline, riparian, and upland woodlands, over 300 species of birds have been identified.
Seabrook is famous for their quality fun parks.
The city disc golf course is located next to Miramar Park and the city swimming pool. The course is nine holes and is loved by the locals.
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. Mark your calendar now for these annual Seabrook events.
Seabrook is a wonderful place to live, visit, and of course, play! With an extensive park and trail system, Seabrook is a hot destination for hikers, bikers, and of course avid bird watchers. We need your help Seabrook in maintaining and caring for our parks and trails.
A Little Free Library is a “take a book, return a book” gathering place where the community can share their favorite literature and stories. In its most basic form, the Little Free Library is a box full of books where anyone may stop by and pick up a book and leave a book to share.
Skateboarding and rollerblading are two of the fastest growing activities in the United States with more than 14 million participants. Most skaters ride wherever they can -- in streets, on sidewalks, and around parking lots.
Do you plan on holding an event in Seabrook? If so then you may need to acquire a Special Event Permit from the City. Seabrook City Council has defined a special event as an event that is open to the public and an event that may have an impact on public safety.
The city pool is located at 1109 Hammer Street just inside Miramar Park. The pool is the perfect place to cool off on hot summer days and features an extensive slide and other features.
By far the Seabrook Hike and Bike Trail System is one of the most popular systems in the Greater Houston Area. The hike and bike trails interconnect Seabrook parks with just over ten miles of trails.
1100 Red Bluff Road
Seabrook, TX 77586
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