Jasper Texas Profile and Resource Guide, City or community of Jasper, Texas Facts, Information, Relocation, Real Estate, Advertising
      		        KEY TO THE CITY - USA City Directory Top USA City Resource Guide 


US Facts

Footsteps of

It Happened Here

Mottos, Slogans
and Nicknames

Noted Notables


Welcome To KEY TO THE CITY's Page For


Jasper County,


Zip Code

The Jewel of the Forest

The Texas state capital is Austin.

What would you like to know about Jasper

Statistics & Facts


History & History-related items

City Attractions

Jasper Government

Jasper Business Directory.

Jasper Chamber of Commerce.

Jasper Schools.

Zip Codes


Return to Index

Statistics & Facts

The population of Jasper is approximately 7,895 (1998), 7590 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 2,909 (1990), 2890 (2010).

The amount of land area in Jasper is 19.599 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Jasper is 11 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0.011 sq kilometers.
The distance from Jasper to Washington DC is 1133 miles. The distance to the Texas state capital is 229 miles. (as the crow flies)
Jasper is positioned 30.92 degrees north of the equator and 93.99 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Jasper elevation is 221 feet above sea level.

Return to Index


Jasper location: in eastern Texas, between Beaumont and Lufkin

Return to Index

The geography for Jasper is the area ranges from hills to flat with 85 percent of the land being forested. Most of the forest are pine and hardwoods

History & History Related Items

Jasper history:

Jasper is named for Sgt. William Jasper, who was a hero of the American Revolution.
The incorporation date of Jasper: 1926

Return to Index


Jasper attractions:

The Jasper historic town square, including: the County Courthouse and old county jail.

Sandy Creek Park in the downtown area features: fishing ponds, a pavilion and a great children's playground.

The Jasper information center can answer you questions about the area.
Please call: (409) 384-2762
Center location: 246 E. Milam

Beaty-Orton House
Built by John Beaty in the late 1800's and is an example of Victorian architecture. Native pine was used to build the home.

Martin Dies Jr. State Park
This part takes in 705 acres including Steinhagen Lake. Among the features of the park are: restrooms with showers, picnic, camping and trailer sites, shelters, boat rentals, play areas, fishing pier, nature center, herb garden and more. This park is about 13 miles west of Jasper.

Nearby attractions include: Lake Sam Rayburn, Toledo Bend Reservoir, and Lake B.A.

Return to Index

Contribute information free for this community or any other community in the USA

Be sure to include the name of the community and its state when contacting Key to the City as you are NOT directly contacting this community.

Learn how to advertise on Key to the City

Choose a new community in the state of Texas

To go to a new state, choose the States page
To choose another state, go to the State page.
Return to the Top USA City Directory and US City Resource Guide - Key to the City

Thanks for visiting Key to the City. Come back again! We'll leave the light on for you!

The information on Key to the City is from multiple sources including government, commerce, libraries, individuals and organizations. There is no guarantee of the accuracy or timeliness of the information presented on these pages, therefore, please use at your own risk.

Search Key to the City
Custom Search
or Search anywhere on the Web
Custom Search