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Escape Kemah

Do you have what it takes to beat the clock? At Escape Kemah, you’re immersed in a one of a kind puzzle-solving experience. It’s the ultimate in team building, bonding with friends, or getting a little closer with your date. Have fun while you search for clues and objects placed throughout your chosen challenge. Logical…

Aquarium Restaurant

You’ve never dined in such an exotic destination before—part aquarium and part restaurant, this upscale eatery provides one of a kind ambiance in nearby Kemah. The underwater dining adventure features a stingray reef where you can pet and splash with these friendly creatures, regular education courses and if you feel something watching you as you…

Pine Gully Park

Open daily from 7 a.m. – sunset, Pine Gully Park is one of the most beautiful outdoor destinations in Seabrook. Located on the crown and just over 52 acres, visitors enjoy great views of Galveston Bay. Head to the 1,000 foot long fishing pier, explore wetlands and woods where native plants and wildlife thrive, and…

Kipper Mease Sports Complex

  Say farewell to summer in all-American style at Kipper Mease Sports Complex, featuring a nearly 300-acre baseball complex in nearby Pasadena, Texas. Named after former Pasadena City Councilman Roy Mease’s son, it’s a popular destination for recreational fun, picnics and of course pickup softball and baseball games. Open daily from 7 a.m. – 10…

Armand Bayou Nature Center

  This Texas Gulf Coast destination is a stunningly gorgeous retreat just a few miles from your Seabrook guest room. Known as the ABNC by locals, it’s near Clear Lake, a wetlands prairie protected by conservation efforts. Here, forests and marshes come together to create a one of a kind landscape. Programs are available so…

Cool Off with Pinky’s Kayak Rentals

  Summer in Seabrook can be a sizzler, but when you’re staying so close to the Gulf it’s easy to cool off with a favorite local activity—kayaking! At Pinky’s Kayak Rentals, you’ll get the best prices on quality kayak and paddleboard rentals. Tours are also available, from self-guided to small group, or you can customize…

Fourth of July Festivities

  In downtown Seabrook, visitors can enjoy an old fashioned 4th of July Kids Parade at 10 a.m. starting at Meador Park (2100 Meyer Road). Post-parade, there are plenty of games, food vendors and a bouncy house for the kids. However, if you’re looking for a booming good time, there are countless options in the…

Seabrook’s Mediterranean and Greek Cuisine

  Staying along the Kemah Boardwalk means no visit to Seabrook is complete without some seriously fresh and delicious seafood. Mediterranean and Greek cuisine highlight these stars perfectly, and Bakkhus Taverna does it right with home-style Greek dishes including spicy Trojan poppers, spanakopita, house-made hummus and pita, moussaka, souvlaki and other staples. Try Skipper’s Café,…

Keels and Wheels

  Every May, the biggest collection of wooden boats and classic cars in the country comes to Seabrook for display at the Lakewood Yacht Club. Check out these beauties May 6 and 7 at this family-friendly event where you can learn more about marine and auto history. Attendees come from all over the world to…

Seabrook’s History

  This charming town on the Texas coast is just 30 minutes from Houston but seems otherworldly. The town itself is like a resort stretching from Clear Lake to Galveston Bay. Only 11,000 lucky residents call Seabrook home year-round, and the town just celebrated 55 years of official township (although records date back to 1832)….