El Paso County, Colorado Land Information
El Paso County stretches across 2,130 square miles over Colorado and was founded on November 1, 1861. El Paso County is the second most populous county in Colorado, the city and county of Denver being the first. El Paso County offers an array of natural amenities for its 699,000 residents to enjoy. Pikes Peak features a 14,115-foot pink granite peak with stunning views, challenging climbing, and scenic campgrounds. El Paso also features waterfalls and lakes that provide fishing opportunities, various mountains and peaks that provide climbing and hiking opportunities, along with an assortment of museums that allow guests to take a look into Colorado's rich history. Approximately 25,400 acres of rural land and real estate were advertised for sale in El Paso County recently; the combined value of all El Paso County farms
, hunting land
and other land for sale was about $266 million. El Paso County ranks 12th in the state based on the overall acres for sale here. Recent data reveals there was a nine percent decrease over last month based on the total amount of land and property listings advertised for sale in El Paso County. El Paso County is the 19th largest county (2,127 square miles) in Colorado. El Paso County is in the South Central region of Colorado. El Paso County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton. To find more land, farms and other rural property for sale in Colorado
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