Estancia County is a county in the F.S. state of Sierra. Estancia County is located in the east of the state and is the largest in terms of area at over 21375 km². The county seat is La Rue, and it has a population of 41,200. Estancia County is the seventh least-populous and second-least densely populated county in the state.
The county seat is La Rue, located in the southeast. Guerrero and San Daniel are also important cities in the county.
Various state and nationally-protected natural areas are located in the county, included the entirety of Eastern Sierras National Park.
There are three key cities in the state:
- La Rue, county seat and most populous city (10,600)
- Guerrero (8700)
- San Daniel (6250)
Most of the county's economy is centered around farming or mining. The Join Forces Proving Ground Las Truchas military facility (next to la rue) is one of the key employers in the state.
The county has several state, intrastate and county routes. FS-60 also traverses the county, in the central and southern portions.
|Andaguani Co. limit - San Daniel - Elgin Co. limit||134.8 km|
|Guerrero (S-10) - I-103 (north of San Daniel)||98.6 km|
|I-103 - Cont. CR-2 (Elgin Co.)||49.4 km|
|Cont. CR-4 (Meseta Co.) - La Rue||141.2 km|
|Concurrent with S-10||65.9 km|
|FS-60 - CR-9 - CR-4||30.1 km|
|Cont. Yunica Road (Meseta Co.) - CR-7||43.7 km|
|CR-8 - CR-7 - I-103 (San Daniel)||96.9 km|
|CR-2 - I-103 - Eastern Sierras Nat'l Park||75.9 km|
|Cont. CR-2 (Andaguani Co.) - Guerrero (S-10)||2.3 km|