Bracken County, Kentucky Basics:

Bracken County Kentucky - Government Site

Population: 8,478
Area: 206 square miles
County seat: Brooksville
Area code(s) in use: 606
Time zone: EST
High school graduate or higher: 77.7%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 14.9%
Median household income: $38,724
Persons in poverty: 18.0%
Home ownership rate: 79.1%
Mean travel time to work: 35.2 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Brown (OH)  Campbell  Clermont (OH)  Harrison  Mason  Pendleton  Robertson  

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Map of the Bracken County area

Our detail map of Bracken County shows the Bracken County, Kentucky boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Bracken County, Kentucky

  Bridges     show all on map

Walcott Covered Bridge

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Augusta Volunteer Fire Department, Bracken County Emergency Medical Services, Brooksville Volunteer Fire Department, County Alms Poor House (historical), Germantown Volunteer Fire Department

  Capes     show all on map

Stony Point

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Asbury Cemetery, Biddle Cemetery, Blackerby Cemetery, Coleman Cemetery, Doggett Cemetery, Downard Cemetery, Eden Ridge Cemetery, Hamilton Cemetery, Odd Fellows Cemetery, Ogeden Cemetery, Showalter Cemetery

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Belmont Church, Bethany Church, Cemetery Chapel, Chatham Church of Christ (historical), Concord Church, Fairview Christian Church, Fairview Methodist Church, Felix Chapel Baptist Church, Forest Hills Church, McKindree Church, Mount Zion Church (historical), Oakland Church, Pilgrim Church, Pleasant Ridge Methodist Episcopal Church, Sharon Church, The North Fork Baptist Church (historical), Triumph Church, Watson Chapel, Willow Baptist Church

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Camp Anthony Meldahl Lock and Dam Ohio River, Captain Athony Meldahl Lock and Dam, US Lock Number Thirty-Four Ohio River

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Brooksville Railroad Junction (historical), Fallen Rock (historical), Flagans Railroad Station (historical), Foster Landing, Foster Railroad Station (historical), Higginsport Railroad Station (historical), Locust Mill (historical), Rock Springs Landing (historical), Valley View, W.G. Cabin Railroad Stop (historical)

  Populated Places     show all on map

Asbury (historical), Augusta, Belmont (historical), Berlin, Bladeston, Bradford, Bridgeville, Brooksville, Chatham, Cumminsville, Foster, Germantown, Gertrude, Johnsville, Lenoxburg, Milford, Milford (historical), Neave, Oakland (historical), Parina (historical), Petra, Powersville, Rock Springs, Santa Fe, South Higginsport, Stonewall, Stoney Point, Wellsburg, Willow, Willow Grove, Woolcott

  Post Offices     show all on map

Belcourt Post Office (historical), Berlin Post Office (historical), Bladeston Post Office (historical), Bradford Post Office (historical), Bridgeville Post Office (historical), Browningville Post Office (historical), Chatham Post Office (historical), Elmgrove Post Office (historical), Foster Post Office, Germantown Post Office (historical), Gertrude Post Office (historical), Hillsdale Post Office (historical), Holts Post Office (historical), Johnville Post Office (historical), Lenoxburg Post Office (historical), Locustgrove Post Office (historical), Milford Post Office (historical), Morris Post Office (historical), Mount Hope Post Office (historical), Neave Post Office (historical), Parina Post Office (historical), Pearl Post Office (historical), Petra Post Office (historical), Pleasant Ridge Post Office (historical), Powersville Post Office (historical), Sante Fe Post Office (historical), Stanton Post Office (historical), Tietzville Post Office (historical), Willow Grave Post Office (historical)

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Brooksville Reservoir

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Bassetts Ridge

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Belmont School (historical), Centennial Rock School (historical), Cherry Grove School Number Fourteen (historical), Dutch House School (historical), Eden School (historical), Forest Grove School (historical), Lane Seminary School (historical), Milford School (historical), Ohio Valley School Number Five (historical), Pleasant Valley School, Pleasant View School (historical), Sante Fe School (historical), School Number Four (historical), School Number Nineteen (historical), School Number One (historical), School Number Thirteen (historical), School Number Twenty-seven (historical), School Number Twenty-six (historical), Snag Valley School (historical), The Old Union School (historical), Triumph School (historical), Western Hills School

  Streams     show all on map

Bee Run, Big Run, Blades Branch, Bracken Creek, Brushy Fork, Camp Creek, Chalfant Creek, Charley Branch, Coleman Branch, Flat Run, Goose Creek, Holts Creek, Indian Creek, Lick Run, Little Bracken Creek, Little Snag Creek, Little Turtle Creek, Locust Creek, Logans Branch, McCarty Creek, McKanes Run, Mill Creek, Norris Run, North Fork Licking River, Opossum Trot Branch, Pipe Creek, Poe Creek, Raccoon Creek, Rush Branch, Sellars Run, Snag Creek, Stone Creek, Sunny Fork Locust Creek, Turtle Creek, Whippoorwill Branch, Wilcox Branch, Willow Branch, Willow Creek, Willow Creek, Wrangling Run, Yellow Willow Creek

  Summits     show all on map

Thomas Hill,

Bracken County, Kentucky Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteBracken County White population 8,3178,316  
MixedBracken County Mixed population 8584
BlackBracken County Black population 4242
American IndianBracken County American Indian population 2525
AsianBracken County Asian population 88
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderBracken County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 00

Additional population tables :
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