The county of Rockwall, located in the north-central region of the Texas State, was established in 1873 and was named in reference to the rock wall structure that it forms throughout the county. It is also the sixth wealthiest county in the state. The county of Rockwall has been economically dependent on its farming, ranching, and manufacturing industries; cattle, horses, horticulture, and small grains were its primary agricultural products. It also features a few historical and recreational sites like the Royse City Lodge, the First Methodist Church, and the Lake Ray Hubbard. Hence, tourism also plays a significant role in its economy; its county seat is famous for its harbor retail and entertainment district, and it also celebrates Founders Day every April. Furthermore, this county is being served by a wide variety of restaurants that serves food from local to international cuisines.