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The Upper Gulf Coast of Texas is a large geographical region within the state of Texas. The core of the Upper Gulf Coast includes the cities of Houston and Corpus Cristi..
The Upper Gulf Coast is a flat, fertile area between Texas' Hill Country to the west, the Gulf of Mexico to the East, and North Texas' piney woods to the north.
The Brazos River Bottom is a highly productive valley in Burleson, Brazos, Grimes, Washington counties, that goes all the way to the base of the Brazos River. This valley is known as to be one of the most agricultural productive areas in the state of Texas.
This area is well known for highly productive cattle land, fertile farmland, and even timber markets.
Recreational opportunities abound, from fishing, rafting, and swimming, to simple sightseeing to enjoy the beautiful surroundings and wildlife.
Sprawling tracts of land support large scale ranching operations, while more niche farming flourishes throughout, including orchards, flowers, and herbs.
The proximity to major urban centers, tourism, and agricultural productivity make this area an especially exciting prospect.