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Stonewall County, Texas

Stonewall County is located in Western Texas on the rolling plains below Caprock and is bisected by Brazos forks. Land features sandy loam, sandy and other soils with some hills. Local economy consists of agribusiness, light fabrication, and government services.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $2.9M
Lowest Price $720K
Highest Price $5.1M
Total Listings 2
Avg. Price/SQFT $0

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Where is Stonewall County, Texas?

  • Stonewall County is in Northwest Texas, in the central part of the North Central Plains and southeast of the Caprock. It is bounded on the north by King County, on the east by Haskell County, on the south by Fisher and Jones counties, and on the west by Kent County. The center of the county lies at approximately 33°12' north latitude and 100°15' west longitude.

  • Aspermont, the county seat, is just southwest of the county's center and sixty miles north-northwest of Abilene. The county was named for Confederate general Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jackson. It encompasses 926 square miles of the Rolling Plains region of Texas.

Adjacent Counties

  • King County (north)
  • Haskell County (east)
  • Jones County (southeast)
  • Fisher County (south)
  • Kent County (west)

Sites and Attractions in Stonewall County

  • Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site is a state park located along the Pedernales River in Gillespie County, Texas, United States west of Johnson City and east of Fredericksburg. The state created the park with donated land to honor Lyndon B. Johnson as a "national and world leader."
  • Overlooking the Pedernales River valley, Pedernales Cellars offers its patrons a home away from home where they can enjoy a slice of the good life. Pedernales Cellars is dedicated to the creation of world-class wines using ecologically sound practices, with a focus on grape varieties that can be grown with exceptional quality in the Texas Hill Country. The winery is located in Stonewall, Texas, in the heart of the picturesque Texas Hill Country on the 290 Wine Road, a must-visit destination for wine aficionados.

Farming and Ranching in Stonewall County

  • The average annual precipitation is 22.36 inches. Temperatures range from an average minimum of 30° F in January to an average maximum of 99° in July. The average growing season lasts 220 days. The county is framed by two forks of the Brazos River. The Salt Fork crosses the northern half, while the Double Mountain Fork flows near the southern boundary, turns to the north, and joins the Salt Fork after curving through western Haskell County. 
  •  In 1982, 94 per cent of the county's land was in farms and ranches; about 52 percent of its agricultural income was derived from crops, especially wheat, cotton, oats, sorghum, hay, and peanuts. Cattle and livestock products are also important to the local economy, and there is large-scale ranching over much of the county, especially the southern part. Mineral resources include gypsum, sand, gravel, petroleum, and natural gas. 

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