Tripp County, South Dakota Basics:

Tripp County South Dakota - Government Site

Population: 5,481
Area: 1612 square miles
County seat: Winner
Area code(s) in use: 605
Time zone: CST
High school graduate or higher: 87.3%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 19.6%
Median household income: $40,920
Persons in poverty: 19.1%
Home ownership rate: 71.8%
Mean travel time to work: 13.5 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Cherry (NE)  Gregory  Keya Paha (NE)  Lyman  Mellette  Todd  

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Map of the Tripp County area

Our detail map of Tripp County shows the Tripp County, South Dakota boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Tripp County, South Dakota

  Airports     show all on map

Brown Landing Strip, Heller Landing Strip, Huddle Landing Strip, Schlaiker Landing Strip, Winner Regional Airport

  Bends     show all on map

Gunny Sack Bottom

  Bridges     show all on map

Dubel Bridge, Dubel Bridge

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Colome Branch Library, Colome Fire Department, Tripp County Ambulance Service, Tripp County Courthouse, Tripp County Library, Winner City Hall, Winner Fire Department, Witten Fire Department

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Congregational Cemetery, Gibson Cemetery, Ideal Cemetery, Jerusalem Cemetery, Linden Pioneer Cemetery, Our Savior Cemetery, Red Hill Cemetery, Saint John the Baptist Cemetery

  Census     show all on map

Hamill Census Designated Place, Unorganized Territory of North Tripp (historical)

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Calvary Chapel, Church of God, Episcopal Church (historical), Free Methodist Church, Holy Rosary Church, Lakeview Church, Mini Ska Church, Paxton Church, Saint Anns Church, Saint Pauls Church, Star Prairie Church

  Dams     show all on map

Assman Number 1 Dam, Beaulieu Dam, Blessing Number 1 Dam, Bloom Dam, Carter Dam, Charles Heller Dam, Covey Dam, Dale Swedland Number 1 Dam, DeJong Brothers Number 2 Dam, DeJong Brothers Number 3 Dam, DeJong Brothers Number 4 Dam, DeJong Brothers Number 5 Dam, Department of Game Fish Parks Dam, Department of Game Fish Parks Dam, Earl Burtz Number 1 Dam, Earl Burtz Number 2 Dam, Frantz Farms 3 Dam, Frantz Farms 4 Dam, Herman Moeller 1 Dam, J Moeller Dam, Jim Schuyler Number 1 Dam, Jim Schuyler Number 2 Dam, Jim Schuyler Number 3 Dam, King Dam, Lee Calhoon 1 Dam, Lee Calhoon 2 Dam, Linker Dam, Novantny Brothers Number 1 Dam, Pauli Dam, R Hanson Dam, Rahn Lake Dam, Roosevelt Dam, Sargent Irrigation Project Dam, Snow Dam, Sundall Dam, Woolhizer Dam

  Hospitals     show all on map

Winner Regional Healthcare Center

  Lakes     show all on map

Dog Ear Lake, Lambert Lake, Little Dog Ear Lake

  Locales     show all on map

Fenenga Ranch, Iverson Ranch, Kewley Ranch, Krutson Ranch, Nelson Ranch, Nelson Ranch, Tripp County Fair Grounds, Winner Drive-In

  Parks     show all on map

Beaulieu Lake State Game Production Area, Covey Dam State Game Production Area, Dog Ear Lake State Production Area, King Dam State Game Production Area, Little Dog Ear Lake State Game Production Area, McLaughlin Dam State Game Production Area, Rahn Dam State Game Production Area, Rahn Lake State Recreation Area

  Populated Places     show all on map

Carter, Clearfield, Colome, Hamill, Ideal, Jordan Junction, Keyapaha, Millboro, Wewela, Winner, Witten

  Post Offices     show all on map

Colome Post Office, Hamill Post Office, Ideal Post Office, Winner Post Office, Witten Post Office

  Ranges     show all on map

Red Hills

  Reservoirs     show all on map

Beaulieu Lake, Carter Dam Reservoir, Covey Dam, Hamill Dam Reservoir, King Dam, Linker Dam Reservoir, Rahn Lake, Roosevelt Lake, Witten Dam Reservoir

  Schools     show all on map

Barker School, Beaver Creek School, Bijou School, Buffalo Creek School, Bull Creek School, Bull Creek School, Bull Creek School (historical), Center Moss School, Colome Elementary School, Colome High School, Colome Junior High School, Eden School, Gassman School, Highland School, Hillcrest School, Kansas Flat School, King School, Lindgren School, Lone Star School, McKinzie School, New Nixon School, North East Washington School, North Greenwood School, North Lincoln School, Northwest Crystal Rose School, Pahapesto School, Plainview School, Reilly School, Saathoff School, South Lincoln School, Star Prairie School, Star Valley School, Sully School, Sunnyview School, Walcott School, Weaver School, Willow Creek School, Winner Elementary School, Winner High School, Winner Middle School, Witten Elementary School

  Streams     show all on map

Black Dog Creek, Buffalo Creek, Cottonwood Creek, Cottonwood Creek, De Bell Creek, Deer Creek, Dog Ear Creek, East Cottonwood Creek, Hollow Creek, Holt Creek, Holt Creek, Jimmie Creek, Little Dog Creek, Lost Creek, Lute Creek, Mud Creek, No Moccasin Creek, Owl Creek, Red Butte Creek, Rock Bridge Creek, Sand Creek, Sand Creek, Sand Creek, Shadley Creek, Thunder Creek, Timber Creek, Two Nation Creek, Waver Tree Branch, West Branch Bull Creek, West Cottonwood Creek, Willow Creek

  Summits     show all on map

Bradleyon Butte, Dog Ear Buttes, Dorian Buttes, Miller Hill, Rattlesnake Butte, Turtle Butte

  Towers     show all on map

KWYR Radio Tower, KWYR-AM (Winner), KWYR-FM (Winner),

Tripp County, South Dakota Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteTripp County White population 4,5714,571  
American IndianTripp County American Indian population 751750
MixedTripp County Mixed population 121120
AsianTripp County Asian population 1616
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderTripp County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 00

Additional population tables :
State population table
South Dakota population by county