Measuring 880 square miles and with an estimated population of 32,689 people, Bee County lies on the eastern edge of the South Texas Plains region and is just a short drive away from the Gulf of Mexico. Historically a farming and ranching area, it remains so to this day. Bee County ranch land is bordered by Live Oak County on the west, Refugio on the east, Karnes and Goliad on the north, and San Patricio on the south.
As in most other areas throughout South Texas, Bee County’s terrain is generally flat. Its eastern areas get a bit more sloping, however, as they draw nearer to the coast. Bee County ranch land is covered by typical South Texas Plains vegetation such as cacti and shrubs, though there are more open grasslands in the area. The hunting on Bee County ranch land is generally good, whether you’re on the lookout for dove, quail, wild hogs or whitetail deer, you will find all of the unique wildlife that thrives in South Texas hunting land.
Like the rest of South Texas, folks in Bee County are never happier than when they’re outside. Aside from hunting, you can also go fishing, hiking, camping, boating and wildlife watching.
The city of Beeville, home to the Coastal Bend College, is the county seat. Other communities of significant size include the census-designated places (CDPs) of Blue Berry Hill, Pettus and Skidmore.
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