Was originally founded as Evergreen in 1898 along the Texas and New Orleans Railroad, when John Henry Kipp and James H. Bradford subdivided their lots to establish a township. The area was also called Shell Siding after the oyster shell middens lining the bay, in some places twenty to thirty feet deep. Indian burial grounds were later found in these shell middens. Kipp petitioned for a post office, but was denied as there was already an Evergreen, Texas (now incorporated into Cleveland, Texas). Residents were polled and Kemah, the Karankawa word for "wind in face", "face wind", or "facing the wind", was chosen.
Best known for the Kemah Boardwalk and Waterfront, this seaside communitys boundary is Galveston Bay. Originally a small fishing town, the city has become a tourist destination for the areas restaurants and attractions, which are contained within the Kemah Entertainment District. Kemah is the perfect place to have fun, bring the family or go out for a night on the town either way Kemah will make your day! Kemah's amazing Boardwalk evites people to come and enjoy themselves with food, live music, shopping, and amusement park rides! Amazing boardwalk style games keep you busy for a few bucks and watching others scream as they are riding a rollercoaster is just some of the entertainment at the Boardwalk!
Amazing Waterfront Views and amenities make this small community worth living in. So close to theKemah Boardwalk, Nasa Johnson Space Center, Galveston, Houston, and tons more. Resturants, shopping, family fun, marinas, clubs, you name it the Clear Lake Area Has it. Lots of Family fun and beautiful scenery, you will never be bored in Kemah.
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