Why Move to Rockwall TX?

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Have you heard the buzz about Rockwall and are interested in moving here? Whether for work or play, a move to this town in Texas may be a smart one for you. It all depends what you’re looking for.

Rockwall, a city in Rockwall County, is part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and the county seat of Rockwall County. It’s a mid-size community, home to 45,000 people, and its name comes from a naturally-jointed geological formation that takes the appearance of an artificial wall.

Rockwall rests on the eastern shore of Lake Ray Hubbard and is about 20 miles from Dallas, sitting along state highways 205 and 66, and north of Interstate 3. Here are a few reasons why you should move to Rockwall.

Lake Life

Lake Ray Hubbard separates Rockwall from Dallas County, and the Harbor forms the lakefront district. Rockwall plays host to many concerts, festivals, and movie nights. Enjoy a picnic on the lake front, watch the fountain, or check out the boats drifting in and out of the harbor. Take a sunset cruise on the lake, go swimming, or just watch the sunrise over the harbor.


Founded in 1854, history runs deep here in Rockwall. You know that rock wall we were talking about earlier? It exists, and you can see it at the Rockwall County Historical Foundation, which recently unveiled a part of the wall near the Rockwall County Museum in Harry Myers Park. The downtown area recently got a multi-million dollar facelift, and now includes a walking plaza, more parking, and ADA-accessible sidewalks lining historic buildings housing independently-owned restaurants and boutiques.

Green Space

There are plenty of green spaces here in Rockwall, where you can get out and enjoy the great outdoors. You’ll love exploring the Squabble Creek Mountain Biking trails or trying your hand at the disc golf course at Harry Myers Park. Here, you’ll find three splash pads, lots of neighborhood parks open to the public and a workout loop near the county courthouse. The Rockwall Open Space Alliance works hard on an ongoing basis to preserve open space so that future generations can enjoy them.


The schools earn decent marks here, with the city being served by the Rockwall Independent School District. You will find two public high schools here: Rockwall High School and Rockwell-Heath High School, as well as 11 elementary schools and three middle schools.

Family Fun

Rockwall Parks & Recreation offers annual classes and events, such as family campouts, fishing derbies, wine and art walks, and the bi-annual Aspasians Marketplace.

Contact Around the Clock Moving and Storage

As you can see, there are plenty of fun things to see and do here in Rockwall TX. For help getting you there, contact us at 469-853-0045 for a free quote!