Brazosport Chamber of Commerce
Brazosport is a multi-city community located in south Texas at the mouth of the Brazos and San Bernard rivers. Approximately 50 miles south of Houston, the Brazosport area is comprised of eight cities: Clute, Freeport, Jones Creek, Lake Jackson, Oyster Creek, Quintana, Richwood, and Surfside Beach.
Brazosport is the home of the largest basic chemical complex in the world which includes chemical manufacturing, petro-chemical processing, varied other manufacturing, offshore extraction support complexes, deep-water port activities, airport, tourism, sports and commercial fishing
Aside from the fact that Brazoria County is steeped in natural history and beauty, there are many other reasons why national magazines frequently list the Brazosport area as one of the most desirable places in the country to live. An excellent school system, lower cost of living, affordable housing, and abundant job opportunity are a few attributes.
The close proximity to one of the nation's foremost metropolitan areas has also made the economic base solid and allowed large growth in manufacturing and retail business.
Brazosport's pristine gulf coast area offers miles of sandy beaches, lots of good fishing, numerous local and county parks, and some of the best birding in the state. Abundant local festivals draw many tourists to the area. Brazosport is sometimes referred to as the "Capital of Texas for Festivals."
The average annual temperature hovers around seventy-one degrees and the climate is tropical in nature, these factors combine to make ideal weather year-round for outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors can choose from many different hotels, beach houses, RV parks, or Bed & Breakfast Inns for their stay. You can be sure whether you choose Brazosport for a visit, or your next home, you won't be disappointed.