The area has a somewhat dry, subtropical climate, with temperatures ranging from 70° to 96° F in July and from 31° to 59° in January. The annual rainfall in the county averages 25 inches, and the growing season averages 226 days.

Acreage in McCulloch County is a great buy due to its varied topography, natural vegetation, and versatility of use. Located on the western edge of the Texas Hill Country, the County has maintained reasonable pricing as compared to its neighbors to the East. 

Depending on the property, raising livestock or exotics are highly sought after practices. The terrain in the area also lends itself to hunting or leasing for hunting. Lastly, with a history deep rooted in agriculture, McCulloch County is a premier location for farming, hay production, and sharecropping opportunities.