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, and diving and boat rentals are available from one of the fifteen marinas presently located around Clear Lake.
- Located 1½ miles east of IH 45 on FM 646
- 18 hole, 6,700-yard course
- This is a challenging public course, fully lighted for nighttime play.
Magnolia Creek Golf Links
- Located near the intersection of Bay Area Boulevard and FM 518
- A Scottish Links type public course with 27 holes
South Shore Harbour
- Located within the master planned South Shore Harbour subdivision
- Private 27-hole championship course
Recreational & 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 - 2913 Mariner
- Big League Dreams Sports Park – Located on Big League Dreams Parkway near IH 45
- Challenger 7 Park (Harris County Park) - Located off West NASA Road 1
- Lynn Gripon Park at Countryside Park - 501 N Bay Area Boulevard
- Elva Lobit Park (Galveston County Park) - Located on FM 646, two miles east of IH 45
- Helen's Garden - Located at 701 E Main Street
- Heritage Park - 1220 Coryell Street
- League Park - 512 2nd Street
- Rustic Oaks Park – 5101 Orange Blossom
- Chester L. Davis Sportsplex - 1251 W League City Parkway
- Walter Hall Park (Galveston County Park) - Located on SH 3 at Clear Creek, just north of FM 518
- Hometown Heroes Park - Located at 1001 E League City Parkway
- Dr. Ned and Fay Dudney Clear Creek Nature Center - 1220 Egret Bay Boulevard
- League City Municipal Pool - 450 W Walker Street
- League City Boat Ramp - FM 270
- Newport Park - 2398 Colonial Court North
Butler Longhorn Museum & Heritage Park
Only minutes from Space Center Houston, Butler Longhorn Museum and Heritage Park offers a look at Texas and the American West through its history, art, and science. The museum sits on a ten-acre waterfront park in the Historic District with shaded picnic sites, a fishing pond, playground and a walking path. The museum features a vintage movie theater with popcorn and refreshments, gift shop, art gallery and research center. The facilities are available for school groups, weddings, meetings and other events including private tours. Heritage Park is open every day, and the museum is open on Mondays. It's located at 1220 Coryell.
West Bay Common School Children’s Museum
Go back in history at the museum, an enchanting one-room schoolhouse where a typical school day from the 1890s is brought to life. the West Bay Common School Children's Museum is an exhibit of buildings and artifacts from turn-of-the-century rural America. Visitors enjoy the barn museum and ice house museum containing a collection of tools and implements from daily life of the 1890s and early 1900s. The museum offers an award-winning program where children experience a typical 1898 learning environment. It's located at 210 N Kansas Avenue.