Texas Counties Map

Texas, also known as the Lone Star State, is a state unlike any other. Known for the Alamo, rodeos, ranches, BBQ, and country music, Texas has a unique identity within the United States.

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With 254 counties, Texas has the most counties of any state in the US, each contributing its unique flair to the state’s identity.

This blog post features our color-coded Texas Counties Map, outlining each county’s borders and major cities. Let’s delve into the details of some of Texas’s most interesting counties, starting with those that have the largest populations.

Map of Texas Counties

Below is a map of the 254 counties of Texas (you can click on the map to enlarge it and to see the major city in each county).

A low-res map displays Texas counties in different colors, with borders for New Mexico, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and the Gulf of Mexico.
Texas Counties Map with cities.

Interactive Map of Texas Counties

Click on any of the counties on the map to see its population, economic data, time zone, and zip code (the data will appear below the map). Data is sourced from the US Census 2021.

List of the Counties of Texas:

CountyPopulationPer sq. kmLargest City
Anderson County58,13321.12Palestine
Andrews County18,1844.68Andrews
Angelina County86,58441.9Lufkin
Aransas County24,14936.99Rockport
Archer County8,6163.68Archer City
Armstrong County1,9800.84Claude
Atascosa County48,68415.41Pleasanton
Austin County30,13218Sealy
Bailey County6,9683.25Muleshoe
Bandera County20,83910.17Lakehills
Bastrop County94,88741.25Bastrop
Baylor County3,4911.55Seymour
Bee County31,19113.68Beeville
Bell County364,703133.62Killeen
Bexar County1,990,522619.63San Antonio
Blanco County11,3136.16Blanco
Borden County5500.24Gail
Bosque County18,2757.18Clifton
Bowie County92,95740.56Texarkana
Brazoria County368,575104.38Pearland
Brazos County231,095152.23College Station
Brewster County9,5010.59Alpine
Briscoe County1,2660.54Silverton
Brooks County7,1002.91Falfurrias
Brown County38,08515.57Brownwood
Burleson County17,68710.36Caldwell
Burnet County48,42418.79Marble Falls
Caldwell County45,28632.11San Marcos
Calhoun County20,36715.51Port Lavaca
Callahan County13,7815.92Clyde
Cameron County420,554182.1Brownsville
Camp County12,49824.64Pittsburg
Carson County5,8562.46Panhandle
Cass County28,69211.82Atlanta
Castro County7,4503.22Dimmitt
Chambers County45,25729.26Baytown
Cherokee County50,56418.54Jacksonville
Childress County6,7843.76Childress
Clay County10,2363.63Henrietta
Cochran County2,5531.27Morton
Coke County3,2881.39Bronte
Coleman County7,8482.4Coleman
Collin County1,039,812477.23Dallas
Collingsworth County2,9481.24Wellington
Colorado County20,5598.27Columbus
Comal County156,257107.83New Braunfels
Comanche County13,5405.57Comanche
Concho County3,1811.25Eden
Cooke County41,21518.19Gainesville
Coryell County81,69229.98Copperas Cove
Cottle County1,5600.67Paducah
Crane County4,6542.29Crane
Crockett County2,9390.4Ozona
Crosby County5,2652.26Ralls
Culberson County2,2090.22Van Horn
Dallam County7,1351.83Dalhart
Dallas County2,604,7221151.92Dallas
Dawson County12,3715.31Lamesa
Deaf Smith County18,6754.82Hereford
Delta County5,2517.89Cooper
Denton County885,012388.91Dallas
DeWitt County19,8348.42Cuero
Dickens County1,5690.67Spur
Dimmit County8,8402.57Carrizo Springs
Donley County3,2661.36Clarendon
Duval County10,0012.15San Diego
Eastland County17,7857.41Cisco
Ector County161,25869.35Odessa
Edwards County1,3660.25Rocksprings
El Paso County860,485327.9El Paso
Ellis County187,98477.56Grand Prairie
Erath County42,28815.07Stephenville
Falls County17,0748.61Marlin
Fannin County35,45315.37Bonham
Fayette County24,4459.94La Grange
Fisher County3,7201.6Hamlin
Floyd County5,4782.13Floydada
Foard County1,0870.6Crowell
Fort Bend County806,497361.35Houston
Franklin County10,41314.14Winnsboro
Freestone County19,4788.57Teague
Frio County18,4286.28Pearsall
Gaines County21,1675.44Seminole
Galveston County347,084353.32Texas City
Garza County5,7342.48Post
Gillespie County26,7309.75Fredericksburg
Glasscock County1,2210.52Garden City
Goliad County7,0853.21Goliad
Gonzales County19,7207.14Gonzales
Gray County21,3988.92Pampa
Grayson County134,20555.55Sherman
Gregg County123,744174.77Longview
Grimes County28,87814.16Navasota
Guadalupe County169,47792New Braunfels
Hale County32,87912.64Plainview
Hall County2,8751.26Memphis
Hamilton County8,2113.79Hamilton
Hansford County5,3322.24Spearman
Hardeman County3,5671.98Quanah
Hardin County56,12424.33Lumberton
Harris County4,697,9571062.63Houston
Harrison County68,67429.46Longview
Hartley County5,4651.44Dalhart
Haskell County5,4202.32Haskell
Hays County234,573133.81Austin
Hemphill County3,4501.47Canadian
Henderson County81,71736.11Athens
Hidalgo County865,677212.76McAllen
Hill County35,68614.37Hillsboro
Hockley County21,6709.21Levelland
Hood County60,52155.55Granbury
Hopkins County36,66618.45Sulphur Springs
Houston County22,2886.99Crockett
Howard County34,62014.84Big Spring
Hudspeth County3,3220.28Fort Hancock
Hunt County98,78345.38Greenville
Hutchinson County20,8019.05Borger
Irion County1,5550.57Mertzon
Jack County8,4943.6Jacksboro
Jackson County14,9716.97Edna
Jasper County33,36913.73Jasper
Jeff Davis County2,0210.34Fort Davis
Jefferson County256,755113.07Port Arthur
Jim Hogg County4,8641.65Hebbronville
Jim Wells County39,20317.5Alice
Johnson County177,02294.3Mansfield
Jones County19,7218.2Abilene
Karnes County14,8237.65Kenedy
Kaufman County140,14569.3Dallas
Kendall County43,84225.55Boerne
Kenedy County1690.04Sarita
Kent County6320.27Jayton
Kerr County52,41118.34Kerrville
Kimble County4,2951.33Junction
King County2290.1Guthrie
Kinney County3,1990.91Brackettville
Kleberg County31,01513.59Corpus Christi
Knox County3,3841.54Munday
La Salle County6,9561.81Cotulla
Lamar County49,93221.25Paris
Lamb County13,1475Littlefield
Lampasas County21,44311.62Copperas Cove
Lavaca County20,2878.08Yoakum
Lee County17,39310.68Giddings
Leon County15,8775.71Buffalo
Liberty County89,94829.98Dayton
Limestone County22,2529.49Mexia
Lipscomb County3,1381.3Booker
Live Oak County11,3784.23George West
Llano County21,2468.78Kingsland
Loving County830.05Mentone
Lubbock County308,580133.03Lubbock
Lynn County5,5872.42Tahoka
Madison County13,57911.25Madisonville
Marion County9,7489.88Jefferson
Martin County5,2132.2Midland
Mason County3,9481.64Mason
Matagorda County36,32312.83Bay City
Maverick County57,76917.43Eagle Pass
McCulloch County7,6762.78Brady
McLennan County258,03196.1Waco
McMullen County7290.25Tilden
Medina County50,45814.7San Antonio
Menard County1,9810.85Menard
Midland County166,96471.6Odessa
Milam County24,8959.46Rockdale
Mills County4,5202.33Goldthwaite
Mitchell County8,9033.77Colorado City
Montague County19,8508.23Bowie
Montgomery County607,999225.25Houston
Moore County21,4949.22Dumas
Morris County11,98818.37Daingerfield
Motley County1,2690.5Matador
Nacogdoches County64,82226.45Nacogdoches
Navarro County51,90819.85Corsicana
Newton County12,5325.18Newton
Nolan County14,7276.23Sweetwater
Nueces County353,594162.71Corpus Christi
Ochiltree County10,0634.23Perryton
Oldham County2,2510.58Vega
Orange County85,04598.37Port Arthur
Palo Pinto County28,30311.47Mineral Wells
Panola County22,58310.75Carthage
Parker County144,80361.87Fort Worth
Parmer County9,8744.33Friona
Pecos County15,2021.23Fort Stockton
Polk County49,37218.03West Livingston
Potter County119,04350.6Amarillo
Presidio County6,3280.63Presidio
Rains County12,01320.21Emory
Randall County139,17658.88Amarillo
Reagan County3,3631.1Big Lake
Real County2,8521.57Camp Wood
Red River County11,6854.32Clarksville
Reeves County14,5842.14Pecos
Refugio County6,8223.42Refugio
Roberts County7240.3Miami
Robertson County16,8397.6Hearne
Rockwall County105,227319.39Dallas
Runnels County9,8873.63Ballinger
Rusk County52,54221.95Henderson
Sabine County9,9747.83Milam
San Augustine County7,9645.79San Augustine
San Jacinto County27,38018.57Cleveland
San Patricio County68,60038.2Portland
San Saba County5,7751.96San Saba
Schleicher County2,5470.75Eldorado
Scurry County16,9857.24Snyder
Shackelford County3,1451.33Albany
Shelby County24,25411.77Center
Sherman County2,3570.99Stratford
Smith County231,42996.97Tyler
Somervell County9,17019Glen Rose
Starr County65,56820.7Rio Grande City
Stephens County9,1423.94Breckenridge
Sterling County1,3910.58Sterling City
Stonewall County1,3580.57Aspermont
Sutton County3,4170.91Sonora
Swisher County7,0553.06Tulia
Tarrant County2,091,953933.46Fort Worth
Taylor County141,73959.77Abilene
Terrell County9790.16Sanderson
Terry County11,9375.19Brownfield
Throckmorton County1,4260.6Throckmorton
Titus County31,32729.79Mount Pleasant
Tom Green County119,04830.2San Angelo
Travis County1,267,795492.42Austin
Trinity County13,6957.62Trinity
Tyler County20,0328.37Woodville
Upshur County40,78127.01Gladewater
Upton County3,3401.04McCamey
Uvalde County24,9186.2Uvalde
Val Verde County47,7675.86Del Rio
Van Zandt County58,78226.94Canton
Victoria County91,28039.95Victoria
Walker County76,50637.67Huntsville
Waller County55,50541.75Katy
Ward County11,3755.26Monahans
Washington County35,56122.72Brenham
Webb County266,96330.66Laredo
Wharton County41,60214.79El Campo
Wheeler County5,0912.15Shamrock
Wichita County129,41979.62Wichita Falls
Wilbarger County12,8875.12Vernon
Willacy County20,42313.35Raymondville
Williamson County591,759204.76Austin
Wilson County49,37423.72Floresville
Winkler County7,6293.5Monahans
Wise County67,87728.98Fort Worth
Wood County44,61526.7Mineola
Yoakum County7,7073.72Denver City
Young County17,8947.55Graham
Zapata County13,9455.39Medina
Zavala County9,9002.95Crystal City

Biggest Counties in Texas by Population

Harris County

A scenic cityscape with modern high-rise buildings, lush green trees in the foreground, and a clear blue sky with fluffy clouds.
Houston, Texas

Harris County, established in 1836, is located in Southeast Texas and is the most populous county in the state, with Houston as its county seat and largest city.

Houston, the fourth-largest city in the United States, serves as a vibrant cultural, economic, and educational hub. The city is renowned for its significant contributions to healthcare and space exploration, housing the Texas Medical Center—the world’s largest concentration of healthcare and research institutions—and NASA’s Johnson Space Center, home of the Mission Control Center.

Harris County’s diverse population contributes to a rich cultural landscape, reflected in its wide array of dining options, festivals, and international communities. The county plays host to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the largest rodeo and livestock exhibition in the world, drawing millions of visitors annually.

The area’s commitment to the arts is evident in the Houston Theater District, which boasts a concentration of seats in one compact area second only to New York City, and the Museum District, offering 19 museums in a walkable area.

Additionally, Harris County offers extensive green spaces and parks, such as the Buffalo Bayou Park, providing recreational opportunities amidst the urban environment.

Dallas County

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Dallas, Texas

Dallas County, established in 1846, is situated in North Texas and stands as one of the state’s most populous counties, with Dallas as its county seat and largest city. Dallas is a major economic and cultural center, known for its influence in commerce, technology, and art.

The county plays a significant role in the arts, hosting institutions like the Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Center, which contribute to Dallas’s status as a leading arts destination. The AT&T Performing Arts Center and the historic Majestic Theatre provide diverse entertainment options, from opera and ballet to Broadway shows and concerts.

Dallas County is also home to a thriving culinary scene that reflects its multicultural population, offering everything from authentic Texas barbecue to international cuisine. The annual State Fair of Texas, held in Dallas’s Fair Park, draws visitors with its unique blend of live entertainment, art exhibitions, and culinary delights.

Tarrant County

Aerial view of a cityscape with modern buildings, a meandering river, green parkland, and a distinctive curvy bridge under a clear blue sky.
Fort Worth, Texas

Tarrant County, established in 1849, is located in North Texas and encompasses Fort Worth, its county seat. As the third-most populous county in the state, Tarrant County is a vibrant area known for its blend of Texas heritage and modern urban living.

Fort Worth, often referred to as the “City of Cowboys and Culture,” embodies this mix with its famous Stockyards National Historic District, where visitors can experience live rodeo performances, cattle drives, and western-themed shopping and dining.

Fort Worth also boasts a rich arts scene, highlighted by the Cultural District, home to five internationally recognized museums including the Kimbell Art Museum and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. This district showcases the county’s commitment to cultural excellence and accessibility to the arts.

The county’s economy is diverse, with a strong presence in aerospace, manufacturing, and technology sectors, supported by companies such as Lockheed Martin, which has a major facility in the area. Additionally, Tarrant County benefits from its proximity to Dallas, with the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport situated between the two cities.

Bexar County

An outdoor urban scene with people walking along a riverside walkway, flanked by tables and chairs, green trees, and a glass-fronted building.
The River Walk in San Antonio, Texas

Bexar County, established in 1836, is centrally located in South Texas, with San Antonio serving as its vibrant county seat. This area is steeped in history, most famously housing the Alamo, an enduring symbol of Texan independence and bravery.

The county’s rich cultural identity contains Spanish influences, evident in its missions, architecture, and annual Fiesta San Antonio, celebrating the city’s diverse heritage with parades, food, and music.

San Antonio’s River Walk is a jewel of the city, offering miles of scenic walkways along the San Antonio River, bustling with restaurants, shops, and cultural events, drawing both locals and tourists to its waterside ambiance.

Moreover, Bexar County is a hub for education and innovation, hosting institutions like the University of Texas at San Antonio, which contribute to the area’s economic growth and community engagement.

Travis County

A vibrant Texas state flag flying prominently in the foreground with the Austin city skyline and lush green parkland in the background under a clear blue sky.
Austin, Texas

Travis County, established in 1840, is located in Central Texas, with Austin as its county seat. Known for its motto, “Live Music Capital of the World,” Austin’s vibrant music scene is evident in countless live music venues and celebrated events like the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival and Austin City Limits Music Festival, which attract global audiences.

The county is a significant center for technology and innovation, home to major tech companies and startups, earning it the nickname “Silicon Hills.” The University of Texas at Austin, one of the largest public universities in the country, contributes to the county’s youthful energy and intellectual vibrancy.

Travis County’s natural beauty includes the Lady Bird Lake Hike and Bike Trail, Zilker Park, and the Barton Springs Pool, offering residents and visitors alike opportunities for outdoor recreation in the heart of the city. The Texas State Capitol, located in Austin, not only serves as the state government’s hub but is also a historic site, attracting those interested in Texas’s rich political history.

Smallest Counties in Texas by Population

Loving County

A two-story brick building on a sunny day with a white car parked in front. Trees with spring foliage are visible around the building.
The Loving County Courthouse in Mentone, Texas

Loving County is not only the least populous county in Texas, it has the smallest population of any county in the United States. Centered around Mentone, its only town and county seat, the county’s landscape is dominated by the oil fields that drive its economy, a testament to the enduring significance of the oil industry in West Texas.

Mentone, often celebrated for its small size, is home to the Loving County Courthouse, a symbol of local governance and community. The county is the only one in the state to have been incorporated twice: once in 1887, and then again in 1931.

Kenedy County

A classic red brick building with white trim and columns, framed by tall palm trees under a clear blue sky.
The Kenedy County Courthouse in Sarita, Texas

Kenedy County, established in 1921, is situated in the Coastal Bend region of South Texas and is one of the least populous counties in the state. Sarita serves as the county seat, embodying the quiet, rural essence of the area.

This county is characterized by its vast ranchlands and significant contributions to Texas’s cattle and hunting industries. The King Ranch, one of the largest ranches in the world, partially lies within Kenedy County, playing a crucial role in the development of American ranching practices.

The county’s geography includes a stretch of the Gulf Coast, offering secluded beaches and natural habitats that contribute to its biodiversity. The Padre Island National Seashore, although primarily located in neighboring Kleberg County, extends into Kenedy County, providing critical nesting grounds for the Kemp’s Ridley sea turtles and a haven for birdwatching, especially during migration seasons.

King County

A two-story historical building with a green awning over the main entrance and a sign that reads "KNOX COUNTY, COURTHOUSE ANNEX" under a cloudy sky.
The Old King County Courthouse in Guthrie, Texas

King County, established in 1876, is nestled in the rolling plains of the Texas Panhandle, marking it as one of the state’s least populous counties. Guthrie, serving as the county seat, is more a quaint community center than a bustling city, reflecting the rural and serene lifestyle of the area.

The 6666 Ranch, one of Texas’s historic ranches, occupies a significant portion of King County. This ranch not only contributes to the county’s economy through its cattle and horse operations but also plays a crucial role in conserving the region’s natural habitat and promoting land stewardship practices.

King County’s sparse population and vast open spaces offer a stark contrast to the urban sprawl found in other parts of Texas, providing a glimpse into a way of life that has remained largely unchanged over the decades.

Other Notable Counties in Texas

Galveston County

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The Pleasure Pier in Galveston, Texas

Galveston County, established in 1838, lies on the Texas Gulf Coast with Galveston Island as its shining jewel. The county seat, also named Galveston, is steeped in rich history and is a key cultural and economic center. Known for its historic architecture, such as the Bishop’s Palace and the Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier, the city offers a glimpse into Texas’s coastal heritage.

Galveston Island is renowned for its sandy beaches and the Moody Gardens, an educational tourist destination featuring a rainforest pyramid, aquarium, and discovery museum. The annual Mardi Gras Galveston celebration transforms the island into a vibrant festival of parades, music, and beads, drawing crowds from across the state and beyond.

The county also encompasses parts of the mainland, where industries like petrochemical processing and healthcare thrive, contributing to the diverse economic landscape of the region. The Texas City Dike, one of the longest man-made fishing piers in the world, extends into Galveston Bay, offering recreational opportunities for fishing and bird watching.

El Paso County

A vibrant sunset over a cityscape with colorful clouds, high-rise buildings in the center, residential areas in the foreground, and a green yucca plant on the left.
El Paso, Texas

El Paso County, established in 1850, is located at the western tip of Texas, bordering both New Mexico and the country of Mexico. With El Paso as its county seat, the area is distinguished by its unique position along the Rio Grande, which shapes much of its cultural and economic landscape.

El Paso, one of the largest binational metropolitan areas in the world, is a vibrant city that reflects a rich blend of American and Mexican cultures, evident in its cuisine, music, and festivals.

The county is a significant military center, home to Fort Bliss, one of the largest military complexes in the United States Army, playing a crucial role in the local and national defense infrastructure. The presence of Fort Bliss contributes significantly to El Paso County’s economy and community life.

Cultural attractions in El Paso County include the El Paso Museum of Art, the Plaza Theatre, and the annual Viva! El Paso musical that celebrates the region’s diverse history and cultures. The county is also home to Franklin Mountains State Park.

Nueces County

Aerial view of a coastal cityscape at dusk with a high-rise hotel, marina full of sailboats, a palm-lined boulevard, and a bridge in the background.
Corpus Christi, Texas

Nueces County, organized in 1846, is situated along the Gulf Coast of Texas, with Corpus Christi serving as the county seat. This coastal county is recognized for its beautiful beaches, such as those on Mustang Island and Padre Island, making it a prime destination for sunbathing, swimming, and fishing enthusiasts. Corpus Christi itself is known as the “Sparkling City by the Sea,” offering a vibrant mix of cultural attractions, waterfront dining, and maritime activities.

The Texas State Aquarium and the USS Lexington, a retired World War II aircraft carrier now serving as a museum, are among the county’s top attractions, providing educational and entertaining experiences for all ages. The Corpus Christi Bayfront, with its scenic views and public art, is a focal point for community gatherings and events.

Nueces County plays a significant role in the state’s economy through its port, the Port of Corpus Christi, which is one of the largest in the United States by tonnage, supporting the energy, agricultural, and manufacturing sectors.

Hidalgo County

A suspension bridge with rope handrails and wooden planks stretches across a forested area under a clear sky.
Santa Ana Wildlife Refuge

Hidalgo County, established in 1852, is located in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas, with Edinburg serving as its county seat. The county is part of a dynamic border region, sharing a long boundary with Mexico. This geographic position fosters a vibrant bicultural community that is rich in Hispanic heritage.

McAllen, one of Hidalgo County’s largest cities, is a hub for retail, commerce, and international trade, drawing shoppers and business from both sides of the border. The city’s International Museum of Art & Science offers educational exhibits that reflect the area’s diverse community, including art and science collections.

The Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge, located within the county, is a haven for birdwatchers and nature lovers. This sanctuary is home to hundreds of bird species, butterflies, and other wildlife, representing the critical habitat of the Lower Rio Grande Valley.

The county’s educational landscape is bolstered by the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in Edinburg, providing higher education opportunities and contributing to the area’s growth and development.

Denton County

Aerial view of a historic courthouse with a domed clock tower, surrounded by well-manicured lawns, pathways, and a backdrop of a suburban town under a clear blue sky.
Denton County Courthouse

Denton County, established in 1846, is situated in the northern part of Texas, part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. The county seat, Denton, is known for its vibrant music scene, historic town square, and two universities: the University of North Texas and Texas Woman’s University.

The county combines suburban development with preserved natural areas, offering residents and visitors a variety of recreational activities. Lewisville Lake and Ray Roberts Lake State Park are popular destinations within Denton County for boating, fishing, and camping.

Denton’s historic Courthouse-on-the-Square Museum serves as a focal point for exploring the area’s history and heritage, while the annual Denton Arts and Jazz Festival attracts thousands with its free live performances and vibrant atmosphere.

More About Texas Counties: FAQs

What is the least expensive county in Texas?

Duval County is often cited as one of the least expensive counties in Texas regarding living costs.

Which Texas county is the most liberal?

Travis County, particularly the city of Austin, stands out as the most liberal area in Texas.

Which county in Texas has the highest elevation?

Hudspeth County contains the highest point in Texas, Guadalupe Peak, which is part of the Guadalupe Mountains and has an elevation of 8,751 feet (2,667 m).

What county in Texas is known for its German heritage?

Comal County, especially the city of New Braunfels, celebrates its German heritage with events like Wurstfest.

What is the smallest county in Texas by area?

Rockwall County is the smallest by area in Texas, covering 149 sq mi (386 km2).

What is the largest county in Texas?

The largest county in Texas by area is Brewster County, which covers 6,193 sq mi (16,040 km2).

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  • Aerial View of Fort Worth, Texas, Showcasing the Cityscape and Trinity River: © Barbara Smyers/Shutterstock
  • Visitors Enjoying a Leisurely Stroll Along the Scenic River Walk in San Antonio, Texas: © Felipe Sanchez/Shutterstock
  • A Vibrant Texas Flag Flying Proudly Before the Austin City Skyline: © Roschetzky Photography/Shutterstock
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