Nacogdoches County (pop. approx. 65,466) is located deep in Texas Forest Country. Nacogdoches (pop. approx. 33,405), the largest city in the county, is the home of Stephen F. Austin State University. Two historic milestones were celebrated in September 2018 at Stephen F. Austin State University. In addition to the 95th anniversary since its founding in 1923, the university has marked its first enrollment of more than 13,000 students. Read more.
Primary industries are education, agriculture (poultry, timber, cattle, grain and dairy products), manufacturing (feed & fertilizer, valves, business forms, transformers, motor homes, poultry processing and sealing components), oil & gas and tourism.
Nacogdoches has a rich historical background, dating back to the establishment of Spanish missions in 1721-22. Area history has been celebrated and protected throughout the years, resulting in the preservation of many precious homes and landmarks.
Larger communities in Nacogdoches County include Garrison (pop. 907), Cushing (pop. 621), Appleby (pop. 480) and Chireno (pop. 393). Other communities include Central Heights, Douglass, Etoile, Martinsville and Woden. Click for online Nacogoches County & City Map.
For more demographic information provided by Nacogdoches Economic Development Corp., click here.