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Top 5 Spring Break Things to Do in League City

Updated: Mar 5

Spring Break is just around the corner, and it’s time to plan for a week of school-free fun. From historic tours under grand oaks and thrill-seeking activities, to waterfront views and shopping sprees, plenty of excitement is found here in League City.


Explore the Historic District

Take a step back in time as you check out League City’s beloved Historic District. Stroll through this charming district, full of flourishing oak trees and authentic Texas history. Explore historic hot spots like the West Bay Common Schoolchildren’s Museum & Barn Museum, Butler’s Courtyard, the Shoppes at Founder’s Square, and historic homes and buildings that make up the district. Take the opportunity to snap a couple of selfies in front of colorful art murals and detailed sculptures in League Park or stage a photoshoot in the floral beauty of Helen’s Garden.

A little girl explores the One Room School House

Paddle on the Creek

Nature beckons you to the Clear Creek Paddle Trail, a meandering 5.5-mile stretch of water and scenic views from Lynn Gripon Park at Countryside all the way to Heritage Park. Spot wildlife that lives around the creek on your journey, including wading birds, alligators, and deer. Need a rental? Clear Creek Kayaks offers kayak rentals and guided trail tours on the weekends.

Kayakers on the Clear Creek Paddle Trail

Enjoy Waterfront Views

Offering incredible dining and some of the best views in League City and Bay Area Houston, waterfront restaurants are sprinkled throughout the Clear Lake region. Opus Bistro & Steakhouse is nestled into South Shore Harbour Resort and overlooks the glistening blue of the marina. Choose mouthwatering entrees from fresh crab cakes and Veal New Orleans to Red Snapper Charlie Brown and 22oz ribeye. Close by, Schafer’s Coastal Bar and Grille has a more casual atmosphere, an outdoor patio, and cuisine with a Guld Coast flair. Try the creole crab dip or blackened Mahi Mahi fish tacos and splurge on Schafer’s signature apple crisp dessert. After a long day of fun on the boardwalk, stop by Kemah Boardwalk's waterfront restaurants, where you can sit outside and enjoy the view of Galveston Bay while sharing coastal dishes and fine cuisine with the entire family.

Schafer's Bar & Grille

Find more waterfront dining options here.


Feel an Adrenaline Rush

Itching for a more thrilling experience? Release your inner Viking at Axe Masters, a family-friendly, air-conditioned indoor axe throwing facility that will have you feeling like a legendary warrior. If axe-throwing isn’t your cup of tea, take it outside to the paintball fields at Glory Paintball. Whether a professional or beginner, this paintball facility is fully equipped with rentals, paint ammo, and a whole “city” of shipping containers, vehicle props, and casualty dummies set up across two acres of land for you to conquer.

A group of friends at Axe Masters

Go on a Shopping Spree

Spring is the ideal time to clear out your closet and freshen up your wardrobe. Explore League City’s incredible boutique shopping scene for all your fashion finds. Whether prepping for rodeo season, looking for chic new outfits, or finding eclectic gifts for yourself or friends and family, League City is proud to home so many local boutiques and specialty shops for you to shop locally.

Shopping at Sweet Mia's Boutique

Check out our newest Shopping Guide for the latest boutiques.


More Fun Awaits in League City!

Still looking for some extra fun spring break activities?

Check out the Chandlery Candle Bar, Hawaii Fluid Art, Tee Box, Top Golf, Main Event, Space Center Houston, and League City's very own Visitor Center in League Park. Find more ways to play and explore on our Things To Do page.

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Michael Hood
Michael Hood
Sep 23, 2023

Vacation is something all students look forward to. It's a time to forget about school. And I was on vacation looking for residency personal statement writers to successfully apply to my desired university. And I succeeded.

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