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Bayou Golf Club

2800 Ted Dudley Dr., Texas-City, Texas 77590
Opened in 1974, Bayou Golf Club is the crown jewel of Texas City's multi-million dollar parks expansion program. Designed by Houston-based architect Joe Finger, the 200-acre site on the bank of Moses Bayou boasts a championship layout with elevated greens and tee boxes. Amidst the blue sky and palm trees, golfers enjoy the tropical-like climate for year-round play. Omnipresent winds from Galveston Bay, water on 12 holes and 22 sand traps present a challenging course. Bayou Golf Course has hosted many area golf tournaments. The convenient location and spacious club house makes the course a perfect choice.

Kemah Boardwalk

215 Kipp Ave., Kemah, Texas 77565
The Kemah Boardwalk is a hotel and restaurant destination in Kemah, Texas, USA. The main attractions of the 42 acre complex, which opened in 2001, are its many restaurants overlooking Galveston Bay. The area was developed by Landry's Restaurants, which owns all of the restaurants on the boardwalk. Activities include shopping and midway games, as well as a miniature train that traverses the entire area. Additional attractions include a 36-foot (11 m) carousel, a 65-foot (20 m) Ferris wheel, and a new wooden roller coaster (the Boardwalk Bullet). Since the closing of Six Flags Astroworld in nearby Houston, this is now the nearest recreational and entertainment park in the Houston area.

Moody Gardens Golf Course

1700 Sydnor Lane, Galveston, Texas 77554
Introducing the Moody Gardens® Golf Course, formerly the Galveston Municipal Golf Course, featuring a $16 million comprehensive renovation by the renowned golf course architects of Jacobsen Hardy Golf Course Design. Revealed in June 2008, the Moody Gardens® Golf Course still features the best historical aspects of the original layout, while significantly improving certain holes and overall course flow. The renovation included new turf grass, green complexes, elevations, irrigation, drainage, cart paths, greens and a full clubhouse renovation.

Schlitterbahn - Galveston

2026 Lockheed Street, Galveston, Texas 77554
A third Schlitterbahn park, the 26-acre Schlitterbahn Galveston Island Waterpark, was originally scheduled to open in Galveston, Texas in May 2005; but its opening was delayed due to a fire in the hangar where all the construction equipment was located. The Galveston park officially opened its indoor Wasserfest section on March 12, 2006. The first summer section, Surfenburg, opened on April 22, 2006 and the final part of the park, Blastenhoff, opened in Summer 2007. The park will be open year-round, with the indoor Wasserfest section open in the winter season and all three sections open in the summer. In September 2008, the park suffered some water damage to its buildings forcing it to close for several months for repairs. None of the attractions were affected by the hurricane. The park opened again in March 2009. Guests that visit the park will see no signs that damage to buildings ever occurred. For the 2009 summer season, the park has added a new Dreyer's Sweet Shop and complimentary wi-fi services in the park. During the summer season, late April-September, the park features more than 30 attractions, including high speed body slides, rivers, uphill coasters, tube chutes, kid's playgrounds,and a man-made surfing wave. During the heated indoor season, October-mid-April, the Wasserfest area of the park is enclosed and features a dozen heated attractions. (Both the air and water are heated to at least 80 degrees.) The 70,000 square-foot Wasserfest area is the world's first convertible waterpark and has been ranked the #1 Indoor Waterpark in the World by Amusement Today. Like all the Schlitterbahn Waterparks, guests can bring in their own coolers (glass and alcohol are prohibited.) Parking, lifejackets, and tubes are always free. Schlitterbahn Galveston Island Waterpark is the largest waterpark in the Houston area.