2,558 Population
4.4 square miles
575.3 people per square mile


a little about Lytle, Texas

Lytle was founded in 1882 by a cattleman named Captain John T. Lytle, after a railroad station was established in the area. It was later incorporated on October 27, 1951.

Lytle Railroad Depot

Home of the Lytle Pirates, Lytle, Texas is conveniently located approximately 23 miles southwest of San Antonio. It sits directly on IH-35 and its close proximity to roadways 1604, 410, 90, 281 and 37 make it a unique location to experience small town living while having immediate access to San Antonio and surrounding regional communities.

Lytle Arial Map

Seated in Atascosa, Bexar, and Medina counties (Tri-County Hub), Lytle has a estimated population of 2,898. It is part of the San Antonio Metropolitan Statistical Area.