Hunt County, Texas Land Information
Stretching out over 882 square miles across the Lone Star State is Hunt County. Originally named after Memucan Hunt, Jr. in 1846, the county is now home to nearly 90,000 residents. Hunt offers a variety of natural and developed amenities for residents to enjoy, no matter if they prefer the great outdoors or indoor, social venues. Splash Kingdom, for example, is one of the county's attractions that beckons a wet escape from the summer heat and offers fun for the whole family. Hunt County Wind Point Park and Lake Tawakoni State Park both offer numerous water recreational opportunities, along with hiking, camping, swimming, and fishing experiences. Land for sale in Hunt County, Texas, recently totaled almost $205 million and nearly 13,900 acres. Based on recent listing data from Land And Farm, there was a six percent increase over April based on the amount of Hunt County land and property listings for sale. Hunt County is Texas's 183rd largest county (882 square miles). Farms in the area are principally focused on livestock production (classified by the USDA to include cattle, poultry and hog farming). From an economic perspective, manufacturing and related services are the main sectors in Hunt County. To find more land, farms and other rural property for sale in Texas
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