Randall County, Texas

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Randall County, Texas

Randall County is located in the Texas Panhandle with level terrain broken by the scenic Palo Duro Canyon. Land features silty clay and loam soils, Buffalo Lake, and Bivins Lake. Local economy consists of agribusiness, education, tourism and part of Amarillo metro area.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $500K
Lowest Price $500K
Highest Price $500K
Total Listings 1
Avg. Price/SQFT $0

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Where is Randall County, Texas?

  • Randall County, on the Llano Estacado near the center of the Panhandle , is bordered by Potter County to the north, Carson County to the northeast, Armstrong County to the east, Swisher County to the southeast, Castro County to the southwest, Deaf Smith County to the west, and Oldham County to the northwest. The county center lies at 34°57' north latitude and 101°54' west longitude.

  • Randall County has an area of 922 square miles that extends over an eastward sloping tableland broken by the Prairie Dog Town Fork of the Red River, which flows through Palo Duro Canyon, and its tributaries, Palo Duro and Tierra Blanca creeks. The elevation is 3,000 to 3,800 feet above mean sea level; the canyons range from 50 to 1,750 feet in depth.

Adjacent Counties

  • Potter County (north)
  • Oldham County (northwest)
  • Armstrong County (east)
  • Carson County (northeast)
  • Swisher County (south)
  • Briscoe County (southeast)
  • Castro County (southwest)
  • Deaf Smith County (west)

Sites and Attractions in Randall County

  • Buffalo Lake National Wildlife Refuge is a protected area in Randall County in the Texas Panhandle. Its shortgrass prairies spill into marshes, woodlands, riparian habitat, croplands, and water-carved canyon walls that together form 7,664 acres of homes for migratory and year-round wildlife. The area forms a habitat for black-tailed prairie dogs and burrowing owls, among many other species.

  • Palo Duro Canyon is a canyon system of the Caprock Escarpment located in the Texas Panhandle near the cities of Amarillo and Canyon. As the second-largest canyon in the United States, it is roughly 120 mi long and has an average width of 6 mi, but reaches a width of 20 miles at places.

  • Panhandle–Plains Historical Museum is a history museum on the campus of West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas, U.S.A., a small city south of Amarillo. The museum's permanent exhibits include American Western life and agriculture history artifacts, art, paleontology, geology, Native American art and artifacts, firearms, antique vehicles, decorative arts and furniture, petroleum industry artifacts, sports artifacts, and textiles. The museum also features the outdoor Pioneer Town that includes a livery, saloon, schoolhouse, pioneer cabin and other buildings.

Farming and Ranching in Randall County 

  • Annual rainfall averages 20.16 inches. Temperatures range from an average low of 23° F in January to an average high of 92° in July; the average growing season lasts 195 days. The soil is Amarillo silty clay loam, easily cultivated and suitable for diversified farming. Native short grass and scant growths of cedar and cottonwood made the area a buffalo and antelope range before colonization. Fossil remains of prehistoric animals have been found in both Palo Duro and Cita canyons.

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