About League City, Texas
League City is all about keeping a keen eye on the future. This is a community committed to the growth and prosperity of the town and its citizens. The town’s founder, J. C. League tried his best to make sure that the citizens of his town would benefit from three primary components of a thriving community: a place to play, to learn and to grow as a community.
With a population now numbering 84,000, League City offers a wide variety of benefits for its citizens including a great school system, community events, and a growing business atmosphere. One of the primary historical landmarks in League City are the beautiful oak trees that line a portion of FM 518. These trees commemorate an Acadian tradition brought from Louisiana by the various founding families of League City. Known as the Butler Oaks, these century-old trees have become the symbol for League City.
Living in League City means having wonderful, friendly neighbors, a close knit, safe community, and various career opportunities. League City offers many amenities within the community so you don’t have to go too far!
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League City is home to Clear Creek ISD, a wonderful district that has around 44 campuses all focused on the success of your children!
Dining and Shopping
League City offers a variety of local shops for an authentic shopping experience. As for dining, League City has a large selection of both chain and local restaurants to completely satisfy your hunger!
Go dining , shopping and strolling under the shaded streets of the League City Historic District. The classic area has parks, fountains, pavilions and one-of-a-kind boutiques and antiques. Founders Square features Mommie Chic & Me, Annette’s Emporium, Holly Barry Tea Room and many more. If you are looking for a historic event or wedding venue, Butler’s Courtyard is a premier event location in the area.
Red Oak Cafe is a family owned and operated restaurant close in League City by the Friendswood border. They are known for made their made from scratch breakfast and lunch. The cozy atmosphere makes you want to linger and dine in and visit with friends and sip on locally roasted coffee. Must tries are their French Toast, Biscuits & Gravy, Sam Houston Ham & Swiss Panini or the Hill Country Chicken Salad Sandwich.
La Brisa Mexican Bar & Grill is a spacious, family-run Mexican eatery that offers an authentic Mexican and Tex-Mex menu. They offer sports on TV, games and activities in the bar and on the huge palapa patio. Join them Sunday for the largest Sunday Brunch Buffet in the area.
Aside from the usual Houston events, League City hosts a number of local events for the whole community including summer concerts in the park and weekly family fun nights!
The Kemah Boardwalk is a 60-acre Texas Gulf Coast theme park in Kemah, Texas, just minutes from League City. The Boardwalk is built entirely along the shores of Galveston Bay and Clear Lake. It’s home to more than 10 restaurants, rides, games, attractions, a boutique hotel, a charter yacht, a 400-slip marina and multiple shops. Restaurants on the boardwalk include The Aquarium, Landry’s Seafood, Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., Saltgrass Steak House, The Flying Dutchman, Red Sushi, Cadillac Bar, Starbucks and many others.
Parks and Recreation
League City is home to over 10 different parks including Big League Dreams Sportspark and Ghirardi Family WaterSmart Park! Join the community in endless fun at one of the many parks League City has to offer!
League City is located just 30-40 minutes away from the Houston metropolitan area! Traffic will be the biggest factor on time when traveling to and from this area. There are various routes including I-45 and I-610!
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