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Angelina County, Texas

Angelina county, Texas is characterized by its rolling hills in East Texas. Angelina National Forest and Sam Rayburn Reservoir are located within the county. Land features black, red, and gray soils and timber forests. Local economy consists of iron and steel, truck trailers, and mobile home manufacturing, as well as government services and wood and paper production.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $8.9M
Lowest Price $265K
Highest Price $144M
Total Listings 18
Avg. Days On Market 138
Avg. Price/SQFT $470

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Where is Angelina County, Texas?

  • Angelina County (G-22) is on U.S. Highways 59 and 69 northeast of Houston in the East Texas Timberlands region of northeast Texas. Lufkin, the county seat and largest town, is ninety-six miles northwest of Beaumont and 120 miles northeast of Houston, at 31°20' north latitude and 94°43' west longitude. The county is bounded on the north by the Angelina River and on the south by the Neches River. It comprises 807 square miles of gently rolling terrain and is densely forested with pine and a great variety of hardwoods.

Adjacent Counties

  • Nacogdoches County (north)
  • San Augustine County (northeast)
  • Jasper County (southeast)
  • Tyler County (south)
  • Polk County (southwest)
  • Trinity County (west)
  • Houston County (west)
  • Cherokee County (northwest)

Sites and Attractions in Angelina County

  • The largest body of water in the county is Sam Rayburn Reservoir, on the Angelina River; the lake, which extends into Jasper, Sabine, Nacogdoches, and San Augustine counties, covers 114,500 acres and affords county residents good boating, fishing, and swimming, as well as water storage for municipal, agricultural, and industrial needs and for flood control and electric power.

  • Located in Lufkin, Texas the Texas Forestry Museum is a sight to see! It tells all about East Texas logging, forestry management and their relationship with the railroad. There are many educational displays. They have a play area for small children to enjoy playing with wooden toys along with a large logging equipment and machines which are fascinating to see. In the museum several antique trucks, train engines, and logging car with trees and a caboose.

Farming and Ranching in Angelina County 

  • Between 21 and 30 percent of the land is considered good for farming. Mineral resources include natural gas and oil. Temperatures range from an average high of 94° F in June to an average low of 39° in January. Rainfall averages 42.99 inches per year. The growing season extends for 244 days.
  • The county is a major producer of timber products. It ranked only twenty-first in the state for agricultural receipts in 1982, 82 percent of which were from livestock. County farmers also raise hay, rye, potatoes, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, watermelons, peaches, and pecans.

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