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County
Denton
Region
Praries & Lakes
Population
2010 Census - 3,247
2000 Census - 3,044
Nearby
Towns
Hickory Creek, Texas
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Hickory Creek Texas History:
The town developed after the 1955 construction of Lake Lewisville. It incorporated in 1963 with a population of 219. The town operates four leased parks on Lewisville Lake; the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers operates a few other lakeside parks. Several recreation lakes are located in the Hickory Creek area. Hickory Creek is on Hickory Creek on the north end of the IH-35 East/ U.S. 77 Bridge over the Hickory Creek arm of Lake Lewisville’s western shore, 2 miles south of Corinth, 1.5 miles west of the City of Lake Dallas, 7.6 miles northwest of Lewisville, 6 miles north of Highland Village, and 9.5 miles southeast of Denton, Texas  
 
Lakes City Library:
This library serves Hickory Creek, Corinth, Lake Dallas, Shady Shores and Denton County. It counts on donations to make library improvements. The library provides traditional library programs, children, youth and adult programs, summer programs, online books, cassette or CD books, music CDs and CD-ROMs, movies, television shows, online job search, public access computers with internet connections, and free Wi-Fi. Open Mon, 1pm-6pm; Tue-Thu, 11am-7pm; Fri-Sat, 11am-4pm; closed Sunday. (940) 497-3566. The library is located at 302 South Shady Shores, Lake Dallas, Texas, 75065.
 
Lake Cities Senior Program, Lake Dallas:
The Lake Dallas City Hall hosts senior residents from the towns of Hickory Creek, Corinth, Lake Dallas and Shady Shores each Tuesday from 10am-noon. On alternating Tuesdays the Wal-Mart store in Hickory Creek hosts bingo for fun prizes and gift cards. On other the other Tuesdays, they host dominos, card games and an occasional pot luck luncheon. These free events are held in the Lake Dallas City Hall community Room at 1450 E. McKinney Street in Lake Dallas. (940) 349-2820.
 
Annual Lake Cities Spirit of Christmas Fun Run, Last Saturday in Oct: 
Breakfast is served to all participants. Boy Scouts will monitor the water stations. Pets are welcomed to attend, but are prohibited in the bounce house. All proceeds benefit economically disadvantaged children. The race begins at 8am at 970 Main Street. 
 
Don Camillo Italian Cuisine, Corinth, TX:
(940) 321-1100. 1400 North Corinth Street, Corinth, Texas 76208. Reviews