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commissioned from the City of Winnsboro / EDC
($10,000 est. fee for study).
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2011 ($62,000 est. fee for study). Commissioned to study the primary attraction of Wood County and Tourism.
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Wood County, Texas offers good opportunity, close proximity and convenience, nice climate and friendly people. The lakes of Wood County are just one of myriad of signature attractions as a gateway for GREAT living, shopping, working or relaxing in the piney woods of East Texas.
The county seat of Wood is Quitman. Other notable towns in the county include Alba-Golden, Hawkins, Mineola, Winnsboro, and Yantis. Other communities include Lake Fork and Holly Lake Ranch. The local economy is supported by Oil, Natural Gas, Agribusiness, Tourism and a growing manufacturing base. Tourism is a good draw for many businesses in the area with excellent accommodations, sites to see, professional fishing guides, dining & restaurants, arts, theater and live entertainment, music, golfing, nature trails (walking, hiking, biking & equestrian), surround area
shopping, history and so much more ... make Lake Fork and the Lakes of Wood County a must destination!
Available land and reasonable construction costs
Progressive school systems
Excellent quality of life
Adequate labor force from 5 county area
Abundant utilities, freight, rail and nearby airport service
Close proximity to major interstate systems
Close proximity to Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex
Active economic development organizations
State and local business incentives
Climate to support year-round outdoor activities including world famous trophy largemouth bass fishing, buffalo and carp fishing at Lake Fork
Accessible healthcare facilities.