Kimble County, Texas

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Kimble County, Texas

Kimble County sits in the picturesque Hill Country of Texas. Land features Edwards Plateau, rugged terrain broken by numerous streams that drain to Llano River. Soils consist of sandy, gray, and chocolate loam. Local economy is comprised of livestock productiona dn market, tourism, cedar oil and wood products, and metal building materials.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $2.4M
Lowest Price $251K
Highest Price $19.6M
Total Listings 41
Avg. Days On Market 97
Avg. Price/SQFT $488

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Where is Kimble County, Texas?

  • Kimble County is a county located on the Edwards Plateau in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 census, its population was 4,607. Its county seat is Junction. The county was created in 1858 and organized in 1876. It is named for George C. Kimble, who died at the Battle of the Alamo.

  • Kerrville, San Angelo, and Fredericksburg are some of the closest cities to Kimble County. 

 Adjacent Counties 

  • Menard County (north)
  • Mason County (northeast)
  • Gillespie County (east)
  • Kerr County (southeast)
  • Edwards County (southwest)
  • Sutton County (west)
  • Schleicher County (northwest)

Sites and Attractions in Kimble County 

  • The South Llano River State Park is in the Hill Country of Texas and is managed by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. It lies in the valley of the Llano River. The park, which consists of 2,600 acres along the south bank of the Llano River, opened to the public in 1990. Many folks come to the park to swim, float, paddle, and fish the South Llano River. But that is not all that is offered. You can also camp, hike, or bike, geocache, spot turkeys and other wildlife, and marvel at the stars.

  • Kerrville-Schreiner Park is a 517-acre recreation and camping park on the Guadalupe River. The park included the addition of sewer connections to both RV camping loops on the river side of the park, 23 new mini-cabins, shoreline stabilization and water sports area development, renovation of restrooms and group facilities. As well as an amphitheater located on the River side of the park near the Recreation Hall.  With a capacity of 220 people, the Amphitheater is home to our Movies in the Park series and is available to rent for your unique event.

Farming and Ranching in Kimble County 

  • Fruit, tree nut, and berry farming are by far the most used in Kimble County. Production of poultry, and cattle are the primary forms of ranching in Kimble County. 
  • Hunting leases are also extremely important to rancher of Kimble County. 



 

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