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In Shamrock, you'll discover living at its best with the finest in public schools, beautiful churches, public library and modern medical facilities. Recreational activities abound with shaded city parks, swimming pools, golf course, lighted tennis courts, gymnasiums, softball and baseball fields as well as rodeo facilities. Shamrock is a community of friendly people working together for progress and development, but never too busy for a friendly word or a helping hand.

 

Room to Grow

Once you and your families have come to play in Shamrock you might never want to leave! In true Texas fashion we have room to grow. If you are an investor, developer or business owner looking to expand - please don't hesitate to call Larry at our Economic Development Corporation.

Excellent Dining

Shamrock offers some of the best dining experiences in the area. Locals and travelers alike will enjoy iconic highway cafes, home cooked favorites, and modern steak houses.

Shamrock Country Club

Shamrock Country Club offers a 9 hole golf course with chipping and putting greens, driving range, water on the fairways, and a private club for members. A free round of golf is provided for area travelers with an overnight stay at any of our motels or Inns.

Agriculture

Agriculture is an important part of the local economy. Family farms produce predominantly wheat, cotton, hay, and peanuts and fresh vegetables are available from family grown gardens Thousands of cattle roam the grasslands in the area. A local livestock auction provides a much needed service for area cattlemen.

School System

A good school system is the cornerstone for any community. Shamrock ISD provides a solid education as well as numerous extracurricular activities. Video-conferencing capabilities allow Shamrock School High Students the opportunity of acquiring dual high school and college credits for several classes. University Interscholastic League (UIL) Events, vocational classes, football, basketball, track, cross country, golf, and baseball are just some of the options for Shamrock students.

Pioneer West Museum

The Pioneer West Museum is housed in the old "Reynolds Hotel". The Hotel was built in 1925 and finished in 1928 by an attorney, Marion Reynolds. It was open approximately 50 years and housed many a weary traveler.

Private Hunting Tours

Hunters from all over the world find that our area provides excellent hunting opportunities. Deer, turkey, quail, and dove are plentiful in the Shamrock area. Hunting licenses are available locally.

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