Larue County, Kentucky Basics:

Larue County Kentucky - Government Site

Population: 14,087
Area: 262 square miles
County seat: Hodgenville
Area code(s) in use: 270
Time zone: EST
High school graduate or higher: 78.5%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 10.5%
Median household income: $39,103
Persons in poverty: 17.1%
Home ownership rate: 76.8%
Mean travel time to work: 26.8 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Green  Hardin  Hart  Marion  Nelson  Taylor  

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Map of the Larue County area

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

Places in Larue County, Kentucky

  Airports     show all on map

Hornback Airport, Lincoln Farm Airport, Williams Airport

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Abraham Lincoln Boyhood Home, Buffalo Fire Department, Hodgenville Fire Department, LaRue County Emergency Medical Services, Larue County Fire Department, Magnolia Fire Department

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Buzzard Roost

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Big Spring Cemetery, Castleman Cemetery, Daugherty Cemetery, Edlin Cemetery, McCanless Cemetery, Mount Tabor Church Cemetery, Neff Cemetery, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Potts Spring Cemetery, Red Hill Cemetery, Saint Joachim Cemetery

  Census     show all on map

Buffalo Census Designated Place, Magnolia Census Designated Place

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Barren Run Baptist Church, Benningfield Chapel, Bethel Church, Buffalo Methodist Church (historical), Corinth Missionary Baptist Church, Friendship Church, Jericho Methodist Church (historical), Levelwood Church, Lincoln Memorial Baptist Church, Middle Creek Baptist Church, Mount Moriah Baptist Church, Mount Sherman Church, Mount Tabor Baptist Church, Nolynn Baptist Church, Oak Grove Methodist Church (historical), Oak Hill Church, Oak Hill Mission, Otter Creek Church, Pleasant Ridge Church, Rolling Fork Baptist Church, Rolling Fork Church, Rose Hill Church (historical), Saint Joseph Catholic Church (historical), Salem Church, Siberia Church, South Fork Church, Union Christian Church

  Crossings     show all on map

Brays Ford (historical), McGee and Boone Ford, Old Ford (historical)

  Locales     show all on map

Brooks, Eagle Mills, Otter Creek Mill (historical), Reids Mill (historical), Wilkins Mill (historical)

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Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site

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Athertonville, Attilla, Boundary Oak, Buffalo, Carter (historical), Ginseng, Gleanings, Hodgenville, In The Bark of Wonderland (historical), Jericho, Keith (historical), Leafdale, Lyons, Magnolia, Malt (historical), Mathers Mill, Maxine, Mount Sherman, Roanoke, South Buffalo, Talley, Tanner, Tonieville, White City (historical)

  Post Offices     show all on map

Attilla Post Office (historical), Buffalo Post Office, Foote Post Office (historical), Gatton Post Office (historical), Ginseng Post Office (historical), Gleanings Post Office (historical), Hibernia Post Office (historical), Leafdale Post Office (historical), Malt Post Office (historical), Maxine Post Office (historical), Mobley Post Office (historical), Mount Sherman Post Office, Oak Hill Post Office (historical), Oriska Post Office (historical), Otter Post Office (historical), Parkers Grove Post Office (historical), Reids Mill Post Office (historical), Wilkins Post Office (historical)

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Sportsman Lake

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Cecil Ridge, Farmers Ridge

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Brooks School (historical), Buffalo Elementary School, Jericho School (historical), Keith School (historical), Kennedy School (historical), Knob School (historical), Levelwood School, Magnolia High School (historical), Oak Hill School (historical), Poteet School (historical), School Number Eleven (historical), School Number Nine (historical), School Number Sixteen (historical), School Number Twenty-Nine (historical), School Number Twenty-Six (historical), Spring Town School (historical), Stonehouse School (historical), Talley School (historical), Walters School (historical), West School, Wilkins School

  Springs     show all on map

Heady Spring (historical), Terhune Spring

  Streams     show all on map

Ball Hollow Prong, Barren Run, Bayne Creek, Beaver Dam Creek, Brownfield Creek, Castleman Creek, Chestnut Fork, Christie Creek, Craddy Creek, Crady Creek, Dye Branch, East Fork Otter Creek, Edlin Creek, Fork Creek, Knob Creek, McDougal Creek, Middle Fork Otter Creek, Morrison Branch, Murphy Creek, North Fork Nolin River, Otter Creek, Salem Creek, Salt Lick Creek, South Fork Branch, South Fork Nolin River, Stillwell Branch, Thompson Creek, Tom Bill Branch, Tucker Creek, Upper Brush Creek, Walters Creek, Wathen Creek, West Fork Otter Creek, Wilkins Creek

  Summits     show all on map

Three Springs Knob

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Clear Pond

  Towers     show all on map

Leafdale Lookout Tower, WKMO-FM (Hodgenville), WRZI-FM (Buffalo), WXAM-AM (Buffalo)

  Valleys     show all on map

Barefoot Hollow, Howard Hollow,

Larue County, Kentucky Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteLarue County White population 13,36913,368  
BlackLarue County Black population 437436
MixedLarue County Mixed population 197197
American IndianLarue County American Indian population 4242
AsianLarue County Asian population 2828
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderLarue County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 00

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