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Sabine County, Texas

Sabine County is eight percent forested with national forests, Sabine River, Toledo Bend Reservoir, and Sam Rayburn Reservoir. Local economy consists of timber, government services and tourism.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $1.8M
Lowest Price $450K
Highest Price $3.5M
Total Listings 7
Avg. Days On Market 123
Avg. Price/SQFT $972

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Where is Sabine County, Texas?

  • Sabine County, an original Texas county, is in East Texas on the Sabine River at the border of Texas and Louisiana, 140 miles northeast of Houston. The center of the county is at 31°20' north latitude and 93°50' west longitude. Sabine County covers 546 square miles in the Redlands region, which is covered with longleaf pine, oak, and hickory forests.

  • As of the 2010 census, its population was 10,834. The county was organized on December 14, 1837, and named for the Sabine River, which forms its eastern border. Sabine County is represented in the Texas House of Representatives by Republican Chris Paddie, a radio broadcaster and former mayor of Marshall in Harrison County.

Adjacent Counties

  • Shelby County (north)
  • Sabine Parish, Louisiana (east)
  • Newton County (south)
  • Jasper County (southwest)
  • San Augustine County (west)

Sites and Attractions in Sabine County

  • Sabine National Forest is located in East Texas near the Texas-Louisiana border. The forest is administered together with the other three United States National Forests and two National Grasslands located entirely in Texas, from common offices in Lufkin, Texas.
  • Red Hill Lake is located a short distance from Toledo Bend Reservoir. Completed in 1940 by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), this area offers camping, fishing and swimming on a picturesque 19-acre lake.

  • Mill Creek Park is a large, comfortable campground on the Sam Rayburn Reservoir, also known as Lake Sam Rayburn, tucked in the piney woods of southeast Texas. The lake and the surrounding Angelina National Forest, provide a welcoming home for bald eagles in winter.

  • Billing itself “The Fishing Capital of the World,” the county offers a wide variety of recreational activities, including fishing in Toledo Bend Reservoir and hunting in the Sabine National Forest. It also has a Mayfest and a county fair in October.


Farming and Ranching in Sabine County 

  • The principal freshwater source is the Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer. The average annual precipitation is 51.94 inches with a mean temperature range of 36° F in January to 93° in July. The record high was 104°, and the record low was 8°. The average growing season is 236 days.
  •  In the early twenty-first century timber, tourism, and service businesses were important elements of the area’s economy. In 2002 the county had 219 farms and ranches covering 30,808 acres, 38 percent of which were devoted to crops, 33 percent to pasture, and 29 percent to woodlands. In that year Sabine County farmers and ranchers earned $6,853,000 (down 39 percent from 1997); livestock sales accounted for $6,479,000 of that total.
  • Poultry, cattle, vegetables, and fruit were the chief agricultural products. About 16,726,000 cubic feet of pinewood and more than 1,573,300 cubic feet of hardwood were harvested in the county in 2003.

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