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Crockett County, Texas

Crockett County consists of level to rough, hilly terrain that drains to the Pecos River. Land features rocky soil. Local economy consists of oil and gas, ranching, and hunting leases.

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Average Price $360K
Lowest Price $360K
Highest Price $360K
Total Listings 1
Avg. Price/SQFT $313

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Where is Crockett County, Texas?

  •  Crockett County is located in southwestern Texas on the western edge of the Edwards Plateau. It is bounded on the west by the Pecos River, which separates it from Terrell and Pecos counties. Its northern border is formed by Crane, Upton, Reagan, and Irion counties, while Schleicher and Sutton counties border it on the east and Val Verde County on the south. Ozona, the county seat and only town, is located eighty-two miles southwest of San Angelo. The center point of the county is at 30°41' north latitude and 101°21' west longitude. Crockett County comprises 2,806 square miles.

  • As of the 2010 census, its population was 3,719. The county was founded in 1875 and later organized in 1891. It is named in honor of Davy Crockett, the legendary frontiersman who died at the Battle of the Alamo.

  • Johnsons Run and Howard Draw bisect the central area before reaching the Devils and the Pecos, respectively, in Val Verde County. Live Oak Creek runs to the south from the northwest and enters the Pecos at Lancaster Hill. The dry bed of Spring Creek originates in the northeastern corner of the county and extends northeast to the Middle Concho River.

Adjacent Counties

  • Upton County (north)
  • Reagan County (north)
  • Irion County (northeast)
  • Schleicher County (east)
  • Sutton County (east)
  • Val Verde County (south)
  • Terrell County (southwest)
  • Pecos County (west)
  • Crane County (northwest)

Sites and Attractions in Crockett County

  • Dedicated to sharing and preserving history, featuring an award winning Indian Exhibit, visitors will leave this three story period museum feeling as if they have truly traveled back in time, beginning with the Paleo-Indians. Let your imagination take you back as you walk through the general store, bank, saddle and school rooms at the Crockett County Museum.
  • David Crockett was born in Tennessee on August 17, 1786 and he died, a hero, at the Battle of the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas on March 6, 1836. A memorial to David Crockett stands at the south end of Ozona's town square.  Our county, formed in 1875, was named in honor of the Texas hero.

  • With 1,800,000 acres and only one town, Crockett County offers those interested in hunting sports ample opportunity to practice their skills. Leases may be obtained on numerous ranches where animals, including deer, quail, turkey, javelina and more, may be hunted. These leases range from a single day to an entire season with many different terrains and facilities offered.

Farming and Ranching in Crockett County

  • Altitudes vary from 1,500 feet above sea level in the southwest to 2,800 feet above sea level in the northwest. Temperatures vary from an average low of 32° F in January to an average high of 96° in July. The average rainfall is eighteen inches per year. The growing season extends across 233 days. Numerous draws, dry most of the year, drain the county during floods and empty into the Devils and Pecos rivers.
  • The northeastern part is a large flat divide separating the Colorado River and Rio Grande basins. The surface geology is Cretaceous. The soils are dark, calcareous, stony clays and clay loams. The western half of the county is desert shrub savanna, and the eastern half is juniper, oak, and mesquite savanna.

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