Wagon Trail Properties Communities List
The City of Commerce is located just 60 miles northeast of Dallas, Texas. Commerce boasts of friendly citizens, beautiful scenery, a prestigious university – Texas A&M University-Commerce, and its short drive from the relaxation Cooper Lake has to offer.
Commerce is a close-knit town full of caring citizens, involved students, and a thriving entrepreneurial spirit supported by employment opportunities and a positive image within the region. This sense of community is created by clean and tree-lined streets, a safe and secure atmosphere, and shopping that meets the needs of residents and students.
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The city of Cooper is the county seat of Delta County. Sitting between the north and south forks of the Sulphur River, Cooper is the largest settlement within Delta County.
Since its founding, Cooper has served as the center of attractions for Delta County. The city became host to several small schools and churches. The lake is now the most popular tourist attraction in the area. Boating, swimming, and fishing are available at Cooper Lake.
Cooper is also host to the annual Chiggerfest. The event, held every October, serves as a social gathering for the region. The two-day event begins with an open-air concert in Historic Cooper Square.
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Don’t let the small size of Emory fool you - this community’s physical borders in no way reflects the amount of relaxation and activities that you can have here. Community activities include Eagle Fest, an annual event each January featuring guided bus and barge tours to Lake fork to spot eagles, programs with distinguished speakers, and live bird demonstrations; the Rains County Founders Day Festival; the Rains County Fair; and the famous "Trunk or Treat," where Businesses, Organizations & Individuals are invited to gather around the park path to pass out candy & treats.
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Lake Fork Reservoir is located 65 miles east of Dallas on the on Lake Fork Creek, a major tributary of the Sabine River between Quitman, Alba, Emory, and Yantis, Texas. At 27,690 acres and 315 miles of shoreline, Lake Fork is one of the 10 largest lakes in Texas.
Established by the Texas Parks and Wildlife in 1979, Lake Fork was designed a premier bass fishing lake with 732,514 Florida Black Bass stocked from 1979 through 1987. Lake Fork offers excellent fish habitat with 80% standing timber left intact, and hydrilla, milfoil, and duckweed being the predominant vegetation. The lake currently holds records for 34 out of the Top 50 and 15 of the top 20 Texas State Record Largemouth Bass. Other species of fish include Catfish, Black and White Crappie, Sunfish, and Bluegill. The predominant food source for the larger fish is Shad, Minnows, and Crawfish.
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Want to see the famous Eiffel Tower without leaving the comfort of home? Then go no further - Paris, Texas is the place to live in. The county seat of Lamar is situated in Northeast Texas at the western edge of the Piney Woods, and 98 miles northeast of the Dallas–Fort Worth Metroplex.
Some of the most famous attractions Paris has to offer include St. Paul's Baptist Church, Lake Crook, Sam Bell Maxey's House, Beaver's Bend Resort Park, and more. This town, made famous by the 1984 film offers more than just its fair share of attractions and activities; the warm and friendly atmosphere makes it an excellent place to live in too.
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Welcome to Sulphur Springs, Texas. Whether you're seeking family activities, learning experiences, getting in touch with the past, a place to enjoy driving your antique cars, or just some quiet time away from stress, we have it all!
Sulphur Springs has a large selection of retail stores, including specialty clothing, gift boutiques, jewelry and factory outlet malls; a great selection of restaurants, including full-service, locally owned locations, cafeterias; and a number of nationally known fast food establishments.
Around the Square, and scattered throughout the town, are restaurants and specialty shops offering the best downtown experience in Texas.
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Winnsboro is located in Northeast Texas and is a quiet community that treasures its past while embracing its future. No matter when you visit, Winnsboro and its neighboring towns are waiting to make your visit a relaxing escape to the country. Come in the Spring to see the glorious dogwoods in bloom. Visit in the Summer to enjoy world-class fishing, camping, or boating. Drive down quiet country roads in the Fall to see an explosion of color during Autumn Trails. In the Winter, bring your family to the Piney Woods for an old fashioned Christmas tradition - cutting your own tree at a tree farm.
Located halfway between Dallas and Texarkana just South of Interstate 30, Winnsboro is waiting to give you a hometown welcome when you visit. Once you experience the relaxed country atmosphere and friendly neighbors, you may want to stay and call Winnsboro home.
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The area that became Yantis was reportedly settled initially by Harry M. Matthews as early as 1860. By 1870, a gristmill and cotton gin in the area were bring operated by J. Singleton. The community was served by the Quitman post office until 1885, when it received its own post office. the town was named for its first postmaster, George R. Yantis. George Yantis also ran a gritsmill and gin in the community around 1890.
By 1896, the area had its own justice, bailiff, sheriff, two churches, and five schools. By 1914, the town had a phone connection and 21 businesses including Yantis State Bank. Population peaked in the 1930s at 500. The discovery of the Yantis Oilfield in 1947 did not have a lasting impact on the community. Yantis incorporated as a municipality in the late 1960s.