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Pleasure IslandTX

Port Arthur's Pleasure Island, an 18.5 mile long man-made body of land, extends from the mouth of the Neches River on the northwest to the Sabine Causeway on the southeast and is surrounded by Sabine Lake and the Sabine Neches Intracoastal Waterway.

Pleasure Island is a place of beauty.  Its hills, bluffs, and vistas of Sabine Lake are a delight and pleasure to those who visit.  Pleasure Island is where the fun begins!

Sailing | Golfing | Fishing/Crabbing/Boating | Hiking/Biking | Birding | Disc Golfing | Camping

 

 

 

The Palms at Pleasure Island Golf Course        
1901 T. B. Ellison Parkway
Port Arthur, TX  77640
832-373-0444

CONTACT: 
    Kevin D. Johnson
    President and General Manager
    Cell:  832-373-0444

Directions from the MLK Bridge on Pleasure Island:  R on T. B. Ellison for 3.5 miles (beyond Pleasure Island Marina and Mariner's Cove); L at sign into golf course area

The Palms at Pleasure Island has re-opened its doors!

The Palms Golf Course on Pleasure Island has re-opened the clubhouse for wedding ceremonies, business luncheons and meetings, and private parties.

The elegant clubhouse offers picturesque views of Sabine Lake and the Intracoastal Waterway.  The palm trees lining the drive provide the aura of faraway tropical islands right here in Southeast Texas.

Event coordinators are available to develop custom events to meet and exceed expectations.  The Palms offer superb service and creative budget management to reduce the stress of planning.  Book now to reserve for your event, meeting, or banquet.  Come and create memories that will be cherished for a lifetime!

Update on the Re-opening of the Golf Course

The Palms Golf Course is scheduled to re-open in the spring of 2014.  A range of holes will open prior to that date.  Check back periodically to see which holes are open.

Other Happenings at The Palms

The Palms at Pleasure Island provides an array of events for area residents.  The first event was a soft opening for the Super Bowl.  The big game was displayed on three 55" LED HD-TVs.  Thanks to the surround sound system, those who attended felt as if they were on the line of scrimmage!

Other events are in the planning stages.

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