The historic Municipal Auditorium 400 Locust, hosts live concerts and theatrical productions throughout the year. 800/658-6757.
Nolan County is the Wind Energy Capital with some 500 giant wind turbines atop Trent Mesa. Get a close look from SH 70.
Golf is a favorite, with 18-hole golf courses at Lake Sweetwater 325/235-8816 and Sweetwater Country Club 325/235-8484.
Rodeo is a popular mainstay at Nolan Country Coliseum with events booked virtually every weekend. 325/235-3484.
Picnics at area parks including Newman Park on the north side of Sweetwater, are favorite past times throughout the year.
A walking tour of the downtown district features more than 50 structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Historic residential neighborhoods located throughout the city provide insight into the development and prosperity of Sweetwater.
Peaceful country backroads traverse the rolling plains of Nolan County, where wildlife can be spotted in their native habitat.
Arts and crafts shows, flea markets, and trade days dot the community calendar, enticing bargain hunters with affordable local flavor.
The tranquil beauty of rural Texas is on display at Lake Sweetwater, where golf, fishing, and bicycling are among the many activities.
The semi-arid climate of Nolan County emphasizes the importance and enjoyment of refreshing water in area lakes.
Live musical entertainment is a popular draw nightly at local venues, often showcasing local and regional talent.
Football is king in Texas, and one of the best venues is the Mustang Bowl, which hosts playoff games and the Sammy Baugh Classic.
Hundreds of boot scooters come to Nolan County Coliseum Annex the first Monday each month for the Big Country Dance.
The Sweetwater Chamber of Commerce calendar has the most recent information about events and activities during the year.
The Nolan County Coliseum is booked almost every weekend during the year with livestock events and community activities.