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County Line Magazine names Sulphur Springs as the
"Most Improved Small Town"
in the region.

Sulphur Springs also known as "The Celebration City" is a growing community on Interstate 30 between Texarkana and Dallas.  Celebration Plaza is the signature of the City.

Sulphur Springs has completed a revitalization effort downtown where over 300 events and public activities are hosted in Celebration Plaza each year.  A lighted, interactive fountain in the shape of the Texas star, illuminated with ultra violet light is a favorite with the kids.  Sulphur Springs also now has a new attraction that’s both whimsical and practical; the only see-through public restrooms in the United States – built with one-way mirrors so people inside can see out, but those outside cannot see in.

glass bathroom


The square has been transformed from a parking lot to a park. It features a splash pad, landscaping, game tables, bistro areas, and a 50-foot flagpole in the center. Lights dance to music during holidays.

A statue of a soldier from the Korean War was erected and six fantastic veterans walls displaying the name of veterans who have lived or currently live in Hopkins County have been installed. In addition, the newly renovated courthouse sits on the northeast corner and is viewed as a monument to history.

The Celebration District was featured as part of the 2015 Congress for New Urbanism Conference.  The district features a general store, sports pub, pizza, home cooking, German food, potato eatery, steak restaurants, burgers, sandwich shop, coffee shops, winery, popcorn and candy store, spa, gym, live theater, book store, gallery, antiques, jewelry shop, painting and framing shops, music store, boutiques and more.

Businesses downtown include: 

SS Chess set signed DSC

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