A recently revitalized downtown and a community engaged in outdoor activities await new residents of Beaumont, giving it the look and feel of many larger cities, but with the lighter traffic and easier pace that make mid-sized cities so attractive. A significant investment in park spaces with access to the Neches River and other local bodies of water makes the eastern side of the city a natural go-to for outdoor sports. On the south side, Tyrrell Park and Lamar University offer a Bohemian balance between natural spaces and the vibrant artistic communities found in many university towns, providing easy access to activities and opportunities that enrich the body and mind.

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As a mid-sized Texas city, Beaumont brings together a vibrant, urban lifestyle and a suburban sense of space and comfort. Classic ranch homes with sprawling lawns pepper the neighborhoods between the unique architecture found throughout the city's north side. At 85.9 square miles, there is plenty of greenspace, even in and around commercial areas, especially on the northern side of the city.

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