(Off-Market) Caldwell County TX Recreational Land Previously for Sale - Page 1 of 9

Recreational Land Information
A recent survey of Land And Farm data included 2,141 acres of recreational land for sale in Texas's Caldwell County, which was valued at a combined $13 million. The average size of recreational land for sale in Caldwell County was 107 acres. Suggested uses for recreational land currently for sale in Caldwell County include for residential, agriculture, hunting and fishing use. Some common wildlife species to be found on undeveloped land for sale in Caldwell County include whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey and quail. You can also find more recreational land and other rural acreage for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Caldwell County ranks 235th by overall square mileage. Caldwell County is located in Central Texas. Named after Matthew Caldwell, a ranger captain who fought in the battle of Plum Creek, Caldwell County was founded in 1848. The county expands over 547 square miles and is home to 40,522 residents. Caldwell County offers a list of parks and museums for residents to enjoy. Lockhart State Park provides scenic opportunities for hiking, camping, golfing, swimming, and wildlife observation.


Recreational Land Information
A recent survey of Land And Farm data included 2,141 acres of recreational land for sale in Texas's Caldwell County, which was valued at a combined $13 million. The average size of recreational land for sale in Caldwell County was 107 acres. Suggested uses for recreational land currently for sale in Caldwell County include for residential, agriculture, hunting and fishing use. Some common wildlife species to be found on undeveloped land for sale in Caldwell County include whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey and quail. You can also find more recreational land and other rural acreage for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Caldwell County ranks 235th by overall square mileage. Caldwell County is located in Central Texas. Named after Matthew Caldwell, a ranger captain who fought in the battle of Plum Creek, Caldwell County was founded in 1848. The county expands over 547 square miles and is home to 40,522 residents. Caldwell County offers a list of parks and museums for residents to enjoy. Lockhart State Park provides scenic opportunities for hiking, camping, golfing, swimming, and wildlife observation.