Loup County, Nebraska Basics:

Loup County Nebraska - Government Site

Population: 592
Area: 568 square miles
County seat: Taylor
Area code(s) in use: 308
Time zone: CST
High school graduate or higher: 91.2%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 13.5%
Median household income: $37,708
Persons in poverty: 23.4%
Home ownership rate: 78.1%
Mean travel time to work: 23.3 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Blaine  Brown  Custer  Garfield  Holt  Rock  Valley  

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Map of the Loup County area

Our detail map of Loup County shows the Loup County, Nebraska boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Loup County, Nebraska

  Airports     show all on map

Meeks Ranch Airport, W Meeks Ranch Airport

  Buildings     show all on map

Loup County Ambulance, Loup County Rural Fire Department, Loup County Sheriff's Office, Marcia Smith Auditorium, Pioneer Memorial Log Cabin Museum, Taylor City Library

  Cemeteries     show all on map

Almeria Cemetery, Kent Cemetery, Madison Square Cemetery, Moulton Cemetery, Taylor Cemetery

  Churches     show all on map

Assembly of God Church, Calvary United Methodist Church, Taylor Evangelical Free Church

  Dams     show all on map

Morgan Dam, Taylor Dam, Taylor-Ord Diversion Dam

  Lakes     show all on map

Fox Bayou, Horseshoe Bend Lake, Mud Bayou, Nichol Lake, Scherzberg Bayou

  Locales     show all on map

Britton Ranch, Chapman Ranch, Clarks Point (historical), Conner Ranch, Fort Rodney (historical), Hannamon Bayou Campground, Hawthorne Ranch, Holmes Ranch, Loup County Fairgrounds, McGraw Ranch, Nunda Shoal Campground, Peterson Ranch, River Ranch, Robbins Ranch, Scherzberg Ranch, Schonhar Ranch, School Number 32, Sioux Creek (historical), Taylor Tourist Park, Upriver Ranch, Valleyview Flat Campground, Wayne Plugge Memorial Arena, Worm Ranch

  Parks     show all on map

Almeria Meadow State Wildlife Management Area, Calamus Reservoir State Recreation Area, Harrop Historical Marker, Kent Diversion Dam State Wildlife Management Area, Sandhills Harrop Park, Valleyview Historical Marker

  Populated Places     show all on map

Aggies Acres, Almeria, Cooleyton (historical), Kent (historical), Mikes Meadows, Taylor

  Post Offices     show all on map

Almeria Post Office, Calamus Post Office (historical), Cooleyton Post Office (historical), Crane Post Office (historical), Ferguson Post Office (historical), Fox Post Office (historical), Harrop (historical), Kent Post Office (historical), Moulton Post Office (historical), Nunda Post Office (historical), Ovitt Post Office (historical), Prime Post Office (historical), Strohl Post Office (historical), Taylor Post Office, Valleyview Post Office (historical)

  Reservoirs     show all on map

Bald Lake, Calamus Reservoir, Morgan Reservoir Number 1, Taylor-Ord Diversion Reservoir

  Schools     show all on map

Dry Valley School, Hillsdale School, Kent School, Knobby Ridge School, Liberty School, Lone Star School, Loup County Public Schools, Madison Square School, Nunda School, Pleasant View School, Round Hill School, School Number 26, Sebesta School, Sloux Creek School, Sunnyside School, Valley View School, West End School

  Springs     show all on map

Boiling Spring

  Streams     show all on map

Cedar Creek, Dry Creek, Gracie Creek, Sioux Creek, Spring Creek, Spring Creek

  Valleys     show all on map

Bohys Canyon, Bromwick Canyon, Chesbra Canyon, Dry Valley, Leydell Canyon, McCord Canyon,

Loup County, Nebraska Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteLoup County White population 587587  
BlackLoup County Black population 44
American IndianLoup County American Indian population 11
MixedLoup County Mixed population 00

Additional population tables :
State population table
Nebraska population by county