Texas City Amusement Park

Dated: September 2 2016

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Scheduled to open Fall of 2017, Adventure Pointe, a 25 acre amusement park to the south side of Tanger Outlet on I 45 south, promises to be more than just an average amusement park. With it's historic locomotives that were part of the Houston Zoo for 50 years, to it's conference rooms for business meetings, Adventure Pointe will please both the young and the old.  

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Adventure Pointe was a vision of Harvey Slusky, a well known cardiologist in the area, that turned to reality in 2012 when he purchased 25 acres in Texas City. Dr. Slusky's father, Louis, owned Playland Park in Houston. Since 2012 when the land was purchased,  the area on both sides of I45 has become a developer's dream. Popular Buc-ee's opened a 60,000 square foot store to compliment Tanger Outlet stores and now a master planned 2,033 acre community will have a mix of homes, apartments and community park have all jumped on the I45 corridor.

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With all of this development, Texas City is going to be the next "hot spot". Buy today and be ahead of the trend! Call Barbie at 409-539-8234

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