Missouri Land Information
Crawford County stretches 744 square miles features a population of 25,000 residents. The county is filled with state parks, historic sites, lakes, rivers, and conservation areas. Meramec State Park, for example, encompasses the Meramec River and offers tours of an ancient cave. Huzzah Conservation Area provides hiking and hunting opportunities amongst its forest while also providing streams for fishing and kayaking. The value of farms, ranches and other land for sale in Missouri's Crawford County recently on Land And Farm was $46 million. This represents 8,102 acres of land and rural real estate for sale in Crawford County. Crawford County ranks eighth in the state based on its combined acres of land for sale
. Recent Land And Farm data reveals the average price ($402,492) of land and other rural acreage for sale in Crawford County was four percent less than the average for other land currently for sale throughout the state. Founded in 1829, the county of Crawford spans 744 square miles and is home to roughly 25,000 residents. Crawford is filled with state parks, historic sites, lakes, rivers, and conservation areas. Meramec State Park surrounds the Meramec River and offers tours of an incredible, ancient cave. Huzzah Conservation Area provides forested areas that allow for hiking and hunting while also providing streams for fishing and kayaking. Crawford County is the 23rd biggest county (743 square miles) in Missouri. Crawford County is located in Southeast Missouri. The amount of acreage for sale in Crawford County accounts for about two percent of all land and ranches for sale on Land And Farm throughout the state. With land here being home to species like whitetail deer and wild turkey, not surprisingly hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Crawford County
. Crawford County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton. From an economic perspective, manufacturing and related services are the main sectors in Crawford County.