In 2001, the Texas Legislature declared West Tawakoni the "Catfish Capital of Texas."
West Tawakoni is the “Catfish Capital” of Texas for a good reason. We are located on the west side of Lake Tawakoni which boasts some of the biggest blue cats in the south, and has on more than one occasion produced multiple 5 fish stringers over 200lbs! Lake Tawakoni boasts 225 miles of shoreline, with a large abundance of Crappie, Black Bass, Sand Bass, Striped Bass, Hybrid Bass which of course help feed its “MONSTER” Catfish.
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We are glad to have you visit our community. West Tawakoni is surrounded on three sides by Lake Tawakoni. We pride ourselves as a recreational area for visitors and as home to many folks who work in Dallas, Mesquite, Garland and other suburbs of the Metroplex. We are in south Hunt County and offer the best of "small town living". We are part of Quinlan Independent School District, offering excellent educational opportunities.
Our City Park offers thousands of feet of shoreline to offer you a great camping, fishing, boating and play area. You can bring you own camper or rent one of ours to get the full benefit of camping and enjoying the outdoors. We have pavilions available to rent for your picnics and family outings.
Hwy 276 separates the North part of town from the South. Lake Tawakoni holds both State and National records for catfish, however it is also home to ample stripers, crappie and hybrids. Several RV parks afford rental spaces for more permanent visitors.
Greenville is 20 miles to our North. Dallas is 45 miles to our West. Terrell is 20 miles to our South. So whatever your needs or whatever your destination. take time to visit West Tawakoni. We will be waiting for you.
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Regular Monthly Meeting: Tuesday, August 11th, 7:00 pm
Location: City Hall, 1533 E. Hwy. 276, West Tawakoni, TX 75474
Fall Cleanup will be held November 7, 2015 at the Wastewater Treatment Plant on Rabbit Cove Road. Time will be posted at a later date.
Your dollars spent in locally-owned businesses have three times the impact on your community as dollars spent at national chains. When shopping locally, you simultaneously create jobs, fund more city services through sales tax, invest in neighborhood improvement and promote community development.
Every time you shop or dine in West Tawakoni you help to keep our city running!
To view the complete Sales Tax year comparison chart visit this link: https://www.mactexas.com/IssuerAccess/SalesTaxCharts/SalesTaxCharts/101835/1012157
The Keep West Tawakoni Beautiful Steering Committee presented the group’s July 2015 Yard of the Month award to Cheryl Skipper in the Bella Vista subdivision of West Tawakoni. The monthly award has been co-sponsored by Steve’s Nursery in Cash.