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Rockwall ~ Suburban Living On The Outskirts of Dallas

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Rockwall County isn’t big in terms of land, being the smallest county in Texas, but when it comes to adventure, entertainment and amenities, it’s second to none. The county seat of Rockwall is home to outdoor recreation, live music, quality education, fine dining and shopping.

Lake Ray Hubbard is one of the largest lakes in North Texas covering 22,000 acres in Collin County, Dallas County, Rockwall County and Kaufman County. Popular activities include fishing, skiing and boating. There are also numerous parks, beaches, trails and additional outdoor activities around the lake. Anglers have set records with black crappie, bowfin, largemouth bass, hybrid striped bass and striped bass at Lake Ray Hubbard. The area hosts 14 marinas and two yacht clubs.

Rockwall also boasts an impressive Historic District with a farmer’s market and fun, family oriented special events. Or you might like to experience the San Martino Winery and Vineyards, or the Woodcreek Brewing Company.

Additional attractions include the Heritage Farm Museum, Interurban Railway Museum and the Multi-cultural Art Academy. Rockwall's parks also accommodate tennis enthusiasts, bikers and walkers. For golfers, Rockwall's two championship golf courses have ranges that challenge the skills of all. Nearby trails and outdoor activities also include the Rowlett Creek Nature Preserve Trails, the Arbor Hills Nature Preserve Mountain Bike Trail, 1,119-acre White Rock Lake Park, Plano Outdoor Learning Center and Trinity Trail among others.

DFW International Airport and Dallas Love Field Airport provide commercial and corporate airline travel into and out of the region.

Rockwall is serviced by I-30 and very convenient to George Bush Turnpike, I-80 and I-635 for an easy commute to Dallas, Mesquite, Plano, McKinney and other popular cities.

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