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League City in Galveston County, Texas, is one of the best cities to live and raise a family in America according to several prominent trade publications! Equidistant between Houston and Galveston, League City is only 30 miles south of Houston. Bordered on the north by scenic Clear Lake and Clear Creek, an area with the nation’s 3rd highest concentration of pleasure boats and abounding with outdoor recreation—sailing, boating, fishing, kayaking and other paddling sports, jet skiing, and much more. League City consistently ranks among the safest, most affordable, and best places to live in Texas and America. Its volunteer fire dept has the highest possible ISO 1 rating and an excellent police dept as well. Outdoor recreational amenities include 3 golf courses, 14 baseball fields, 16 soccer fields, 10 parks, a paddle trail, 2 dog parks, 11.5 miles of hike & bike trails (more developing), and boat ramp.

United Yacht Sales can help you find the perfect yacht for sale in Texas. Give us a call today at 1-772-463-3131 about purchasing a new boat or listing your current yacht on the brokerage market.


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53' DeFever 1986

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52' Carver C52 2020

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Historically, League City was the site of a Karankawa Indian village. The Karankawa were native to coastal Texas and were skilled bow and arrow hunters and fishers. By the mid-1800s, their numbers were decimated from war and disease, with very few surviving. In 1873, the town’s first resident, George W Butler, relocated from Louisiana settling at the conjunction of Clear Creek and Chigger Bayou. The first local business was a brickyard. The settlement was known as Butlers Ranch or Clear Creek until 20 years later when the land was acquired by J.C. League from the owner who relinquished his property rights upon entering the priesthood. The town was laid out around the railroads that had built through the area in 1854. Early settlers raised Texas Longhorn cattle, but then switched to farming after 1890 to take advantage of land lots sold to farmers by the Clear Creek Development. Some of the produce raised at that time were Satsuma oranges, cotton, corn, potatoes, sugarcane, cucumbers, strawberries, and truck crops (early 20th century), then later they tried grapefruit, figs, and dates.

By 1914, at least half a dozen railroad lines ran through the town. After WWII, the town became a center for railroad shops and a Humble Oil tank farm (just north of League City in Webster, across Clear Creek). Humble Oil and Refinery was one of the first major oil producers in Texas when in 1905, oil was discovered in Humble, a town northwest of Houston, after the Spindletop well struck black gold in 1901 and started the Texas oil rush. Humble Oil became affiliated with Standard Oil of New Jersey and eventually consolidated under the Exxon brand in 1972 and finally, ExxonMobil in 1999. In 1990 League City had 189 businesses and a population of 18,996 that more than doubled in one decade to 45,444 in 2000. Land was incorporated as far west as the city limits of Friendswood, near the junction of Rt 6 and Rt 35 to accommodate growth. And by 2019 population had more than doubled again to over 106,000.

The League City Historic District features 100+ year old live oak trees planted by JC League and other early settlers, along with beautiful 19th century homes that line East Main Street’s 500-900 block area. The Shoppes at Founders Square are 5 locally owned boutiques and a Victorian era tearoom in historic 100-year-old houses. Visitors can shop for unique gift items, collectibles, antiques, gourmet treats and coffees, jewelry, clothes, and enjoy fine dining in the area’s restaurants. The Historic District features a wine bar, cafes, cigar shop and more. The West Bay Common School Museum is an example of the one room schoolhouse built in 1898 on land donated by JC League. The original schoolhouse was destroyed in the 1900 hurricane. The Barn Museum once housed the first fire station. The historic homes featuring Victorian architecture, are privately owned, and can only be viewed from the sidewalk or street. Tour provides historical narrative.

League Park was gifted to the city by JC League along with a 2-story gazebo—a band performed above while ice-cream and other refreshments were vended on the ground level below. The original gazebo was destroyed by the 1900 hurricane and by fire a few years later, when rebuilt. A new gazebo in Victorian style was built in 1976 for America’s bicentennial. League Park has been the site of community events like concerts, festivals, and parties for over 100 years.

Helen’s Garden at 701 E Main in the Historic District, was established in 1994 to commemorate philanthropist Helen Hall (1907-1981). This beautiful garden with water feature was created by her husband and the League City Garden Club. It is one of the most photographed spots in League City.
The Butler Longhorn Museum, located in Heritage Park, interprets League City’s role in Texas history, especially in preserving the Texas Longhorn cattle breed that was saved from extinction by League City’s founders. The museum also features a historic firearms collection and artifacts of the city’s founders, a vintage movie theater, and more.

Located in League Park, the Railroad Section House, built between 1887-1897, is an excellent example of Folk Victorian architecture with the notable detail of a sunburst design in its gables. Original home of the Railroad Superintendent of the Galveston, Houston, and Henderson (GH&H) Railroad company, it is currently occupied by League City Park District office. The 1896 League City Railroad Depot and the 1902 Dickenson Railroad Depot can be viewed at the Dickenson Railroad Museum.

The Dr Ned and Fay Dudney Clear Creek Nature Center on the south shore of Clear Creek is a 148-acre site of undeveloped wetland and coastal prairies with public walking trails for observing native wildlife and migrating bird habitat. The Center features picnic areas, covered pavilions, and bird blinds along the 1.3-mile trail. Walter Hall Park with frontage on Clear Creek features a pier and boat ramp, along with soccer fields, tennis courts, baseball field, playground, indoor banquet facility, sand volleyball, and much more. League City Boat Ramp & park features a boat launch and picnic areas.

Just south of League City is the Bayou Wildlife Zoo in Alvin, TX founded and developed by Clint and Barbara Wolston, who have owned the 80-acre open range zoo for 35 years, caring for 500 animals with the help of staff. Zebras, ostriches, giraffes, camels, alligators, kangaroos, ring-tailed lemurs, and a white rhino are a few of the exotic animals on display. The zoo features 86 different species of animals and birds in the park, a covered picnic area for 400 people, souvenir shop, restrooms, tram, 2 miles of trails, 15 lakes and ponds, and 3,500 ft frontage on Dickenson Bayou. The owners, who are retiring, have sold the zoo to new owners who are area residents and have pledged to keep the zoo open and build on the Wolston’s legacy.

The South Shore Harbour Marina that opened in 1983 lies in a natural hurricane hole on the south shore of Clear Lake in League City and features a landmark black and white striped lighthouse. This well-designed, protected (sheltered on all sides) marina is the largest on Clear Lake and one of the most renowned on the Gulf Coast, with 855 slips on floating docks and finger piers. Slips range in size from 30 ft to 60 ft to accommodate vessels under 30 ft to over 50 ft, with a maximum LOA of 120 ft.

Dock depth is 10 ft; approach is less—boats with drafts over 4 ft are cautioned to stay in channel. Services include 30 & 50amp metered electric, water, WiFi, restrooms/showers, coin laundry, ice, security, Ships Store, travel lift, and pet friendly. Fuel dock with ValvTect gas & diesel fuels. Free pump-outs for marina members. Amenities include onsite resort hotel with 185 ft oasis pool and swim-up bar, fitness center, marina events/parties, water sport rentals, and dining and lounge is just a short walk from marina. Restaurants, grocery stores, and shops are nearby. Slips are offered for monthly rental—contact marina.

Marina Del Sol has wet slips on floating concrete docks for power or sailboats up to 55 ft, 34 ft beam (multi-hulls), and 4.5 ft maximum draft, and dry storage for runabouts or boats up to 30 ft. Services include 30 & 50amp electrical (metered), restrooms/showers, laundry facility, pump-out, ice, and dock cart. Amenities include swimming pool, Captains Lounge, BBQ and picnic areas. Transient slips are available for a daily fee of $2/ft. Monthly rate is available, check website. Marina Del Sol is located on Clear Lake with easy access to Galveston Bay.

Wharf Marina at Clear Lake are dockominiums surrounded by The Wharf Townhomes located on the west end of Clear Lake. Access to Clear Lake, Galveston Bay, and the Gulf of Mexico is easy from the marina. The marina has 57 liveaboard and 148 non-liveaboard slips with metered electric, restrooms, showers, coin laundry, and pool. Holding tank pump-out station is open to all slip owners. Slips can be purchased and individually owned as real property. Maintenance fee for all common areas includes city water. Slips can be leased from owners—check website for current availability.