Presidio County is bordered on its east side by Brewster County, on the north by Jeff Davis County, and on the south and west by the Rio Grande and Mexico. Presidio County has a varied topography, geology, and vegetation. In the north and west, there are rolling plains known as the Marfa Plateau and the Highland Country. In the central, far western, and southeastern areas of the county, some of the highest mountain ranges in Texas are found. Temperatures are coolest and rainfall most abundant in the higher elevations of the Davis and Chinati Mountains. By contrast, the lowlands along the Rio Grande along the southern and western areas of the county are dry.
Rayburn Country is a premier resort community in Jasper County’s Pineywoods, right on the shore of Lake Sam Rayburn. It is nestled between the Sabine and Angelina National Forests. Lake Sam Rayburn is the largest manmade lake in Texas and offers fantastic opportunities for boating, camping, hunting, swimming, and fishing. Everything else you need is conveniently located a scenic, 20-minute drive down the road in the just-big-enough town of Jasper. Houston is a mere 2 1/2 hours away.
The resort boasts a 27-hole golf course, clubhouse, lodging, and bar and grill. It is an excellent place to host special events, business retreats, meetings, and small conferences. Newly infused with capital investment, the grounds and amenities have undergone major improvements and are gorgeous. The golf course has been newly redesigned and with 150 feet of elevation, the course is challenging, and the views of the lush landscape are stunning.
This would be a great place to vacation, retire, or to live with your family. Winters are mild, and the low cost of living means you have more time to relax and enjoy a low-stress lifestyle.
Hudspeth County is located in western Texas in the El Paso metropolitan area. A land of
beautiful mountain views, Hudspeth’s over 4,500 square miles is almost completely made up of
land. Immerse yourself in spectacular scenery, sunsets and mountainous terrain.
Hudspeth County’s climate is extremely favorable. There are no freezing winters or destructive coastal storms. Nor are there sweltering hot summers that other parts of Texas experience.
Hunters can partake in a variety of wildlife, from mule deer and pronghorn to rabbits and even
The Quitman Mountains are part of a narrow mountain range that extends from Sierra Blanca,
TX (85 miles southeast of El Paso) into northern Mexico.
Sierra Blanca is located only sixteen miles from the Mexico border. Other cities in Hudspeth
County are Fort Hancock, Dell City and Cornudas.
Coldspring is the county seat of San Jacinto County which is named after the river that traverses it and shares its name with the Battle which gave Texas its independence.
San Jacinto County is located on the western edge of the great East Texas timber belt. The Trinity River which lies in the middle of the 96,000 acre Lake Livingston is the Eastern boundary of the county, while the east fork of the San Jacinto River flows through the central and southern portion of the county.
There is plenty to do, for the whole family in and around Coldspring.
You will never have a hard time looking for something to do at Lake Livingston. This Lake is the second largest lake in Texas and offers a great experience for any outdoor enthusiast. Find dozens of hiking trails, mountain biking trails, camping sites, and multiple docks to launch your boat for a day on the water.
Cape Royale is in proximity to everyday conveniences and is surrounded by restaurants, education opportunities, entertainment venues, shopping and more.