Collingsworth County, Texas

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Collingsworth County, Texas

Collingsworth County situated in the Panhandle with rolling hills and broken terrain that drain to the Red River forks. Land features sandy and loam soils. Local economy consists of agribusiness.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $825K
Lowest Price $825K
Highest Price $825K
Total Listings 1
Avg. Days On Market 1
Avg. Price/SQFT $0

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Where is Collingsworth County, Texas?

  • Collingsworth County, on the eastern edge of the Texas Panhandle, is bordered on the east by Oklahoma, on the north by Wheeler County, on the west by Donley County, and on the south by Childress and Hall counties. The county is named for James Collinsworth, the first chief justice of the Republic of Texas, whose name was misspelled in the legislation that established the county. The center of Collingsworth County is located at approximately 100°15' north longitude and 34°57' west latitude, about five miles north-northwest of Wellington, the county seat. Wellington is ninety miles east-southeast of Amarillo. Collingsworth County occupies 894 square miles of rolling prairie and riverbreaks located to the east of the Texas High Plains.

  • A small amount of oil and gas is produced in the northern part of the county. The land is broken by the Salt Fork of the Red River, which meanders eastward across the central portion of the county, as well as by its many tributaries, including Elm, Wolf, Spiller (or Buck), and Sand creeks.

Adjacent Counties

  • Wheeler County (north)
  • Beckham County, Oklahoma (northeast)
  • Harmon County, Oklahoma (southeast)
  • Childress County (south)
  • Hall County (southwest)
  • Donley County (west)
  • Gray County (northwest)

Sites and Attractions in Collingsworth County

  • The Collingsworth County Museum collection is housed in three historic buildings on the square in Wellington, across the street east of the courthouse. The Pruden Building houses the Ellis Art Center which features the work of local artists, special exhibits, or works from the permanent collection. The center currently features around two hundred pieces of original art.
  • Hunting leases are especially important to residents of Collingsworth County. 

Farming and Ranching in Collingsworth County

  • The elevation of the county ranges from 1,800 to 2,600 feet above sea level, the average annual maximum temperature is 99° F in July, the average annual minimum is 26° F in January, the average annual precipitation is 22.03 inches, and the growing season averages 212 days per year.
  •  By 2000 peanuts had emerged as an important local crop, and the county was second in the state in acreage planted in peanuts that year. In 2004 some 113,900 acres were planted, of which almost 30,000 were irrigated, and cotton, peanuts, and wheat were the primary crops. That same year the county reported 32,000 head of cattle.
 

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