The perimeter of an acre-sized property is equal to the number of linear feet around the edges. The actual perimeter, on the other hand, is determined by whether the plot is quadrilateral or circular.
An acre is 43,560 square feet in size. Each side of an acre is about 209 feet long if it is fashioned in a perfect square. The perimeter is equal to the total of each side’s lengths, or around 836 linear feet. The number of linear feet equals the circumference of the plot, or 740 feet, if the acre’s perimeter is round. Acres with uneven sides have perimeters that vary in length depending on their shape.