Winfield, Texas is a small town in Titus County, Texas, United States. The population was 499 at the 2000 census.
The second largest town in Titus County, Winfield is located approximately half way between Mount Pleasant and Mount Vernon. Originally established through a partnership arrangement between the Union Pacific Railroad and one landowner, Winfield's storied and colorful history includes (in addition to railroad operations) coal mining, brick and pottery mfg., and the famous Winfield Truck Stop.
Winfield is located at 33°9′58″N 95°6′40″W / 33.16611°N 95.11111°W / 33.16611; -95.11111 (33.166177, -95.111027).