While compensation, benefits, and enjoyment matter when it comes to finding a new job, so does the culture of the city where you work. If you like working at your job but hate the city you live in, that poses a problem to your quality of life.Thankfully, one of the areas with plenty of current job openings also boasts of amazing culture, and that’s Baytown Area Houston. With a rich history, access to many different types of entertainment, and a diverse population, the Baytown Area is known for its amazing culture.
The Baytown Area includes Seabrook, Nassau Bay, League City, and Texas City. One of the main attractions of all these cities is Clear Lake which connects with Galveston Bay. Water lovers may boat, fish, ski, swim, and savor all the activities available around Clear Lake and the bay. Read on for a breakdown of everything the Baytown Area has to offer.
As the name implies, Seabrook offers water and nature activities for outdoors enthusiasts. It has eleven miles of waterfront with Clear Lake offering activities like kayaking and Galveston Bay offering activities like fishing, sailing, and jetsurfing. Enjoy a ride on the Houston Pedal Barge on Clear Lake or simply walk or bike around the lake on 13 miles of trails. Or visit Galveston Island and enjoy activities like festivals, fishing, exploring the Moody Gardens, relaxing on the beautiful beaches, and more!
For great seafood, check out Tookie’s Seafood or Sunny Seafood. For something a little different, try Athena’s Corner for excellent Greek food.
Look out Rocket City, Nassau Bay has the ocean and space with the Space Center Houston. Not only so, but it offers beautifully kept outdoor spaces with David Braun Park, Swan Lagoon Park, and a 76-acre nature conservation along the Peninsula Wildlife Trail. Seafood lovers should check out Lilly’s Seafood, Joe Lee’s Seafood Kitchen, or Pappa’s Seafood House.
League City offers guided tours with Clear Creek Kayaks along the gorgeous, green Clear Creek with many wildlife sightings. For anyone who loves shopping, Founders Square includes boutiques, shops, and a tearoom. Helen’s Garden gives stressed and busy visitors a place to relax and enjoy the tranquility of nature.
There is also plenty of stuff to do with the kids like Jumping World, Glory Paintball, and Kemah Boardwalk. Or if you want a fun night out, Craft 96 Draught House + Kitchen has amazing food along with 63 craft beers on tap.
Calling all history buffs! The Texas City Museum explores the rich history of the state of Texas with a large “collection of historic photographs, artifacts, documents, and replicas.” Amazing fishing opportunities await those who boat launch off the longest man-made fishing pier in the world—Texas City Dike.
Sea-foodies rejoice with Bag O’ Crab, New England Lobster & Chowder, and the Fish Spot all offering local, fresh fish, crab, and lobster.
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