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Directions

From Dallas: Take I-30 East across Lake Ray Hubbard and exit at Exit 71. Take the Frontage Road to the first intersection which is FM 551. Turn left and go north one mile to Highway 66. Stay north one half mile to CD Boren Parkway. Turn left at Fate City Hall and follow signs to Model Village.

From Greenville: Take I-30 West to Exit 71. Turn right on FM 551 and go north 1 mile to Highway 66. Stay north one half mile to CD Boren Parkway. Turn left at Fate City Hall and follow signs to Model Village.

Don’t Miss Rockwall’s Hottest Summer Event

Don’t Miss Rockwall’s Hottest Summer Event

Known for being the Live Music Capital of North Texas, the vibrant town of Rockwall sets the tone for summer with the annual Concerts by the Lake series. Rockwall earned its musical reputation back in 2009 after hosting a series of free outdoor concerts for six consecutive months attracting concertgoers of all ages. The series is still going strong and features an array of music styling from classic rock and… Read more »

Tips to Fish like a Local at Lake Ray Hubbard

Tips to Fish like a Local at Lake Ray Hubbard

The gorgeous Lake Ray Hubbard is one of the largest lakes in north Texas spanning 22,000 acres. This recreational lake supplies numerous options for fishing fun with several boat ramps and marinas located around the lake. Hop on your own boat, rent one for the day, join a fishing guide or fish from the shoreline. Largemouth bass, white crappie and catfish are a few of the top targeted species. And with plenty of open… Read more »

4 Ways to Enjoy Spring at Lake Ray Hubbard

4 Ways to Enjoy Spring at Lake Ray Hubbard

Just because you live in Texas, doesn’t mean you have to give up your love of the water. Just ask the residents of the Rockwall-Fate area just outside of Dallas. Located only minutes from the 22,000 acre Lake Ray Hubbard, there’s plenty of ways to make a splash in Texas. For fisherman: This recreational lake supplies numerous options for fishing fun with several boat ramps and miles of shoreline. Try… Read more »