Lonoke, Arkansas Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Are you looking for information on the Population & Steets in Longoke City, Arkansas? We have compiled a list of the cities, towns, and neighborhoods located within 100 miles of the Lonoke County, AR area. Use this list to plan your trip and explore the area. To get a general idea of the size of the Lonoke City metropolitan area, you can also use the state map below.

The region of Lonoke County had several railroads. The Memphis and Little Rock Railroad crossed the county's northwest area in 1871, and there was a stage line from DeVall's Bluff to Little Rock. This railroad also had a passenger station. It is one of the few remaining rail systems in the Arkansas area. The county was incorporated as a separate county in 1873.

Lonoke is the state capital and sits on the Arkansas River. It is most pleasant in the spring and fall, and less pleasant in July. The Arkansas River runs through the city, making it a beautiful, but unremarkable setting. Downtown Little Rock is a grid-like design with a waterfront park along the Arkansas River. Across the river is North Little Rock, a rapidly growing business-friendly middle-class center. The population of Lonoke is 4,162 people, and has lost 1.2% since 2020.

In Lonoke, AR, the median property value is $127,400, which is less than half the national average of $240,500. Additionally, the percentage of homeownership in Lonoke is 63.7%, which is slightly lower than the national average of 64.1%. The majority of people in Lonoke, AR drive alone to work. The median car ownership rate is two cars per household.