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Palo Pinto County, Texas

Palo Pinto County is located in North Central Texas and has broken, hilly and wooded terrain with sandy, gray and black soils. Land features Lake Palo Pinto and Kingdom Lake. The local economy consists of varied manufacturing, tourism, petroleum, and agribusiness. Read more about Palo Pinto County Land Real Estate

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Average Price $1.1M
Lowest Price $250K
Highest Price $9M
Total Listings 97
Avg. Price/SQFT $569

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Palo Pinto County Information

  • Palo Pinto County is located in North Central Texas and covers an area of about 986 square miles, and as of the last census in 2010 the population was recorded at 28,111. In 1856, the county was established from two smaller counties of Bosque and Navarro. The Texas State Legislature named the county after Palo Pinto Creek which runs through the Southeastern section from Palo Pinto Creek Reservoir to Brazos River.

Palo Pinto Land For Sale

  • Palo Pinto County land consists of ranch, agricultural, and livestock farmlands with cedar, oak, and pecan as the most prominent timbers. View Palo Pinto County Property Listings.
  • The county has an average annual rainfall of 30.13 inches and is drained by the Brazos River. Timber in the area includes cedar, oak, and pecan. Temperatures range from an average low of 33° F in January to an average high of 96° F in July; the growing season lasts 221 days.

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  • The land in Palo Pinto County is made up of broken hilly country with well treed areas, and multiple rivers and lakes. 
  • Major roadways run through Palo Pinto County creating accessible living throughout. The US Highway 180 runs East to West through the center of the county from Mineral Wells to Brad. Highway 281 runs North to South along the Eastern edge of the county through Mineral Wells. The I-20 crosses Hwy 281 in the Southeastern corner of the county. 

The 7 surrounding counties also offer great real estate options. They are:

What is Palo Pinto County, Texas Known For?

  • Though the county was established in 1856, settlers were mostly ranchers and cattle farmers. In 1877 a couple named James and Amanda Lynch moved there and dug a well on their property that caused a stir. The waters seemed to have unexpected health benefits and improved their overall wellbeing. Soon the word spread that there was healing power in the water. A certain amount of fame came to the area that eventually became known as Mineral Wells. Mineral Wells grew into the largest city in the county with close to 17,000 population at the 2010 census.


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