Texas is divided into seven geographic regions with widely different landscapes. You’ve got beaches. You’ve got rolling hills and canyons. You’ve got seven different places in one. Explore the different regions and the diverse cities within them to find the adventure that suits you best.
Texas is big, really big. It can take hours and hours of driving to get from one end of Texas to the other. Texas is usually divided into 7 regions. The names of the regions can vary slightly, for instance, the Piney Woods might be called East Texas. Or Big Bend Country might be called West Texas.
The 7 Texas regions include the Gulf Coast, Central Texas, the Panhandle, East Texas, and North Texas:
Texas is the second-largest state in the United States with an area of 261,797 square miles and a population of 26.05 million in 254 counties. Indeed, the largest state in the continental U.S. not only trumps others in land mass, but it is also No. 2 in the nation when it comes to population and population growth. And in the biggest state, growth is happening in the biggest cities. According to a report about the most recent U.S Census Bureau estimates, seven of the 15 fastest-growing cities with populations of 50,000 or more are located in Texas. The state saw an overall population growth rate of 5.4% from 2010 to 2013. The Growth of Texas Aging Population
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