Haskell County, Texas

West Texas Land and Ranches for Sale

Haskell County, Texas

Haskell County is located in Northwest Texas. Land features rolling, broken areas that drain to the Brazos tributaries and contain sandy loam and gray/black soils. Local economy consists of agribusiness and oil-field operations.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $736K
Lowest Price $275K
Highest Price $1.6M
Total Listings 10
Avg. Price/SQFT $126

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Land for sale in Haskell County 

Where is Haskell County, Texas?

  • Haskell County, in the Rolling Plains region of northwest Texas, is bordered on the north by Knox County, on the west by Stonewall County, on the south by Jones and Shackelford counties, and on the east by Throckmorton County. The center of the county lies at approximately 33°10' north latitude and 99°45' west longitude, about fifty miles north of Abilene. The county was named for Charles R. Haskell, who was killed in the Goliad Massacre. The county covers 901 square miles of rolling plains broken and drained by tributaries of the upper Brazos River. The elevation ranges between 1,416 and 1,681 feet above sea level.

Adjacent Counties

  • Knox County (north)
  • Throckmorton County (east)
  • Shackelford County (southeast)
  • Jones County (south)
  • Stonewall County (west)
  • Baylor County (northeast)
  • King County (northwest)

Sites and Attractions in Haskell County 

  • Fort Griffin, now a Texas state historic site as Fort Griffin State Historic Site, was a US Cavalry fort established 31 July 1867 by four companies of the Sixth Cavalry, U.S. Army under the command of Lt. Col. S.D.
  • Lake Stamford, impounded in 1951 when a dam was built on Paint Creek, provides recreation for local residents and visitors. Haskell hosts the Frontier Days Celebration and Rodeo in May, and the town also maintains the Haskell County Railroad Museum.

  • Newly opened, the flying a classic car museum is on Main Street just north of the Aztec Theater contains a number of classic autos and other automobile memorabilia. Some items are available for sale. The museum is open daily during the Fandangle, the Albany Classic Car Show and during other important community events. With advance notice they will also open upon request.

Farming and Ranching in Haskell County 

  •  Soils vary from sandy loam to gray, black, and chocolate loam. Temperatures range from an average high of 97° F in July, to an average low of 29° in January. The annual rainfall averages 24.14 inches. The average growing season lasts 232 days.

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