Stan A. Williams
Known as the "Biggest Little Town in the World," Ozona is located 197 miles west of San Antonio and 113 miles east of Fort Stockton on I-10. The seat of Crockett County, this is the only town in the county's 3,215 square miles. A vast ranching and oil area, it also is one of nation's top areas for wool and mohair production. In the Edwards Plateau region, hunters find white-tailed deer, javelina and upland game birds. The Ozona Municipal Airport is used by hunters and fly-in groups year-round. The county, organized in 1891, is named for Davy Crockett and is the eighth largest of all 254 counties in Texas. Twelve historical markers, describing how the county was organized, can be found throughout city.
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