From the Tanger Outlets and Buc-ee’s to Gulf Coast views, Texas City, Texas has it all. Built around I-45 and Highway 146, Texas City benefits from its ideal location next to Galveston Bay as a busy port home to many top employers, entertainment, and recreation.
Texas City is home to the longest man-made fishing pier in the world, Texas City Dike. The dike extends 5.3 miles into Galveston Bay, making it one of the most popular fishing and boating spots in the Gulf. Playgrounds, hiking trails, and a disc golf course make Dike Beach into a popular spot year-round. This gulf city has several more popular recreation highlights, including 12 holes at Bayou Golf Course, the Nessler Park Family Aquatic Center, Texas City Prairie Preserve, and hosts an annual art festival.
Less than an hour away, downtown Houston offers more to explore. Just 20 minutes away, the nearby city of Galveston offers the opportunity for a quick getaway, where you’ll find education and entertainment destinations including Moody Gardens, Galveston Island State Park, and Texas A&M University of Galveston. Galveston’s Historic Strand District is home to many buildings that feature Victorian-era architecture and hosts annual events like Dickins on the Strand during the holidays and Mardi Gras Festival.
Texas City’s ideal location simplifies your commute to many large employment and education centers. Major employers accessible from Texas City include Eastman Chemical, Mainland Medical Center, Valero, NASA, and Shell Oil. University of Texas Medical Branch, Texas A&M Galveston, and College of the Mainland serves residents of Texas City who are on a path towards higher education.
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