Dickens County, Texas, is a small rural county with an estimated population of approximately 2,206 people. The county covers 905 square miles. The economy here is largely agricultural. Dickens County is one of 70 counties located in West Texas. The West Texas region is a sprawling area that can loosely be classified as comprising the counties around the main metro areas of El Paso, Lubbock, Abilene, Midland/Odessa and San Angelo. The most common type of land for sale in Dickens County is farms. Other frequent property types for sale in Dickens County include ranches. Recent Lands of Texas data totaled 6,564 acres of land for sale in Dickens County valued at a combined $8 million, with a median sale price of $395,000. Based on data for median land prices throughout the Lone Star State, the median price of land for sale in Dickens County is currently more expensive than the rest of the state. The city of Spur in Dickens County featured the most land listings for sale. The average price-per-acre value of land for sale in Dickens County places the county 218th overall in the state. With its farm sector responsible for estimated annual receipts of $19 million, Dickens County farms and ranches are mostly focused on crop production for plants like wheat, cotton and corn.