Eastland County is set in the West-central part of Texas. The county seat of Eastland County shares the name with the county. The county was initially founded in 1858 but was officially established fifteen years later. A soldier of the Texas Revolution named William Mosby Eastland was the namesake of the town. He was the only officer that died as an outcome of the “Black Bean Executions”. Some of the top sights situated in Eastland County are Lake Cisco, Lake Leon, Friendship Park, and Lela Latch Lloyd Memorial. Even though the county has a small population, two communities have junior college, Ranger, and Cisco.