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Baytown Maps


Baytown Tourism Office

City Hall

2401 Market Street

Baytown, Texas 77520

Tel: 281.420.5343


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Baytown, a Texas Gulf Coast and Bay community that lies on Interstate-10.
  • Houston   25 miles
  • Kemah   15 miles
  • Galveston   40 miles
  • Beaumont   65 miles
  • Louisiana   90 miles
The Arts, Culture and Entertainment District (ACE)

This area is located along and around historic Texas Avenue in downtown Baytown. The ACE District, once the thriving hub of commerce in Baytown, was slowly abandoned as businesses moved elsewhere by the late 1990s. However, strong Civic and Citizen interest in reviving the area over the past decade has resulted in a resurgence of unique shops and businesses along Texas Avenue and beyond. The ACE District is home to not only the famous Oak Tree, but to the Baytown Historical Museum, the famous Trophy Barber Shop, and the new Town Square. Along Texas Avenue there are boutiques, antiques and small locally owned restaurants, a beer company and a coffee and wine bar.  Click the image for a pdf map.

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Birding & Outdoors

With over 40 different parks including hiking trails, splash pads, and boat ramps, there is always something for the whole family to do outdoors in Baytown.  Baytown also houses the Eddie V. Gray Wetlands Center and the Baytown Nature Center that hosts camps and educational seminars throughout the year. Click the image for a pdf map.

Entertainment & Recreation

From golf to waterparks, Baytown has a wide variety of entertainment and recreational venues.  Some of these venues include a movie theater, multiple golf courses, a bowling ally, some unique dining facilities that offer beer brewing and music, the largest motorsports complex in the region, golf courses, Pirates Bay Water Park and the best little Sprint Kart track in Texas! Click the image for a pdf map.

Historical Markers

Baytown shares a bay with the San Jacinto monument, the famous location where General Sam Houston defeated General Santa Ana marking the end of the Texas Revolutionary War in 1836! However, Baytown has a long history stretching back thousands of years and is home to many state recognized historical sites. Click the image for a pdf map.

Baytown Hotels

Baytown has approximately 1,400 rooms in 22 different hotels. Amenity driven and extended stay options are available. Click the image for a pdf map.

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