Crane County, Texas

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Crane County, Texas

Crane County is located in the rolling prairie of Pecos Valley. Land features some hills, sandy and loam soils, and Jaun Cordona Lake. Local economy consists of oil and gas, agriculture, and government services.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $8.3M
Lowest Price $1.4M
Highest Price $13.7M
Total Listings 4
Avg. Days On Market 245
Avg. Price/SQFT $4.5K

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Where is Crane County, Texas?

  • Crane County at the western edge of the Edwards Plateau in Southwest Texas is bordered by Ector county on the North, on the east by Upton County, on the south by Pecos County, and on the west by Ward County.
  • According to the U.S. Census Bureau the population of Crane County, Texas is about 5,000. The county was named for William Cary Crane, a president of Baylor University. Crane County comprises 795 square miles of rolling prairie, bounded on the south and west by the Pecos River, which, with Juan Cordona Lake, drains the land.

Things to do in Crane County?

  • Crane County, Texas offers numerous beautiful hiking trails through the West Texas hills. 
  • In Crane, Texas there is the Museum of the Desert Southwest you can go check out. 
  •  In 2000 business establishments in the town included a foundry and a surfboard manufacturer. Tourist attractions included historic pioneer trails and Horsehead Crossing on the Pecos River.

Farming and Ranching in Crane County, Texas

  •  Rainfall averages 12.97 inches annually. The elevation varies from 2,400 to 3,000 feet above sea level. The average minimum temperature in January is 29° F; the average maximum in July is 96°. The growing season lasts 225 days, but there is very little farming. Cattle raising brings in about $1.5 million annually. Manufacturing income averages $1.4 million annually, derived largely from steel and concrete products. The county is among state leaders in oil and gas production. In 1982 oil production of almost 27,000,000 barrels earned $810,652,695.
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