Permian Basin Community Information

We think you’ll enjoy calling permian Basin, Texas home!

Permian Basin always has something to do, whether it’s the annual Daddy-Daughter Dance, visiting one of the many parks or taking the boat out Lake to do some fishing or water-skiing! See below for all that Permian Basin has to offer!

Recreation & Leisure

Permian Basin Has Something For Everyone!
 

Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center

The Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center is the shining star of West Texas! The WNPAC is an ASM Global managed facility, and a partnership between the communities of Midland, Odessa, and the University of Texas Permian Basin. Established to develop a national venue for the performing arts in West Texas, the facility was completed in 2011. The mission of the WNPAC is to provide quality live entertainment to the Permian Basin and surrounding community.

Junior League Jurassic Jungle Spray Ground

The Junior League Jurassic Jungle is a dinosaur themed spray ground featuring water slides, dumping buckets, ground geysers and jets while shaded pavilions flank the spray ground. This is the second spray ground in the City of Odessa and is the largest in West Texas.

Ratliff Ranch Golf Links

Ratliff Ranch Golf Links is situated on 125 acres, and offers a Scottish style links course with rolling hills and unique elevation changes. Ratliff Ranch offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens keep Ratliff Ranch difficult yet friendly, and the staff can offer tips and tricks for playing your best round.

http://www.ratliffranchgolfodessa.com/

Odessa Mountain Bike Park

This is the only public mountain biking area in the Midland-Odessa area, but you must be a member of the Permian Basin Bicycle Association to access the park. The park is an abandoned caliche quarry. The outer loop green trail is mostly flat, with lots of turns. The trails in the middle are of various technical difficulties.

https://pbbatx.com/mountain-biking

Odessa Meteor Crater

The Odessa Meteor Crater is a meteorite crater in the southwestern part of Ector County, southwest of the city of Odessa of West Texas, United States. It is accessible approximately 3 mi (5 km) south of Interstate 20 at Exit 108 (Moss Road). It is 550 ft (168 m) in diameter and the age is estimated to be around 63,500 years (Pleistocene or younger). Over 1500 meteorites have been recovered from the surrounding area over the years, the largest of which weighed approximately 300 lb (136 kg), but excavations in the main crater confirm that there is no meteorite mass underground and probably never has been. The site has been designated as a

National Natural Landmark by the National Park Service, and a small information area and nature trail has been set up on-site for a self-guided tour.

https://odessameteorcratermuseum.wordpress.com/

 

Annual Events

Local events that are schedule each year

January – March

April – June

July – September

October – December

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Community Involvement

Getting involved by volunteering is one of the fastest ways to become part of the community.

Getting involved by volunteering is one of the fastest ways to become part of the community. There are many organizations that contribute to the quality of life in Odessa and Ector County by serving the needs of others. Below is a listing of some of those groups, as well as the type of volunteers they need.

Keep Rowlett Beautiful

A group of citizens dedicated to the environmental beauty of the City of Rowlett.
972-463-3929

Rotary of Rowlett

This group is part of an International organization dedicated to the eradication of Polio globally and support of their local communities.
www.rotaryrowlett.com

Rowlett Women's Club

Meets the 1st Tuesday of each month.
www.rowlettwomensclub.org

Lions Club of Rowlett

meets the 2nd and 4th Mondays at Dos Charros Restaurant. this group is part of an International Organization dedicated to the prevention of blindness and providing eye care and glasses for those who can not afford it.
214-677-8835

Rowlett Historical Society

The objective of membership is to seek and bring local citizens together for the preservation of the early history of Rowlett and artificats. Working together to preserve the local museum and heritage of Rowlett
972-475-8915

Our Housewarmers of Permian Basin Sponsors

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