Seabrook: A Charming, Coastal Community
Grove at Seabrook is located where the Trinity and Galveston Bays meet.
Seabrook’s history dates back to the 1800s when Ritson Morris, a native Virginian, obtained the land from the Mexican government. The land was later purchased by Seabrook W. Sydnor and renamed appropriately. Today, Seabrook lures residents and visitors alike with its calming atmosphere and deep history. Old Seabrook offers a comprehensive array of shops, restaurants, and entertainment while Galveston Bay provides endless opportunities for swimming, boating, fishing and more.
One of Seabrook's most prolific events is “Keels and Wheels", a classic car and boat show, which rolls through the city every spring. The Seabrook Festival of the Arts is another popular event that is held annually on the grounds of City Hall. There, you’ll find a plethora of local art, crafts, and photography. When it comes to local flavor and coastal relaxation, Seabrook is the ultimate destination for both!
Seabrook is rated #13 best suburb to live in the Houston area! Stop by and visit us today!