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Lovelock

Pershing County,

Nevada

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The Nevada state capital is Carson City.


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Zip Codes

89419

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Statistics & Facts

The population of Lovelock is approximately 2,211 (1999), 1894 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 892 (1990), 768 (2010).

The amount of land area in Lovelock is 1.932 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Lovelock to Washington DC is 2277 miles. The distance to the Nevada state capital is 99 miles. (as the crow flies)
Lovelock is positioned 40.17 degrees north of the equator and 118.47 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Lovelock elevation is 3,977 feet above sea level.
Lovelock miscellany.

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Location

Lovelock location: in northwestern Nevada about 92 miles from Reno.

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Geography

The geography for Lovelock is a mountainous area. The Humboldt Mountains are to the east and the Trinity Mountains are to the West. The Humboldt River is the longest river originating and ending in Nevada.

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Climate & Weather

The weather in Lovelock is moderate. There are no real extremes of weather in the area. In winter, nighttime temperatures rarely go down below zero, or even into the 20's and 30's. Daytime temperatures are usually in the 40's and 50's. Snowfall is rare. In the summer the highs range from about 80 up to about 105 with lows from 45 to 50. Around the first of January or end of December comes a dense winter fog known as Pogonip. This is a Paiute word, Pogonah, which means white death).

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Lovelock average annual rainfall is 5.68 inches per year
Lovelock average annual precipitation is 5.48 inches per year.
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History & History Related Items

Lovelock history:

The area was first known as Big Meadows because of the green grass and abundance of water near here. Many stopped here to rest before moving on into the desert. Though Lovelock was part of Humboldt County originally, it became part of Pershing County on 19 March 1919 when Pershing County was created. Lovelock was named the county seat at this time. Big Meadows was about two miles from the present town site, but the entire area took that name. George Lovelock, an English Quartz miner, began a stage station here. He took ownership of the land in April of 1871
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Attractions

Lovelock attractions:

Good information about Lovelock and Pershing County.

Marzen House Museum
25 Marzen Ln
Lovelock, Nevada
Phone: (775) 273-7213
antiquities from pioneer homes, Immigrant Trail, and artifacts from the prehistoric era and Indian caves; also houses local Chamber of Commerce

Lovelock Indian Caves are 22 miles south and site of 2000 year old duck decoys, cultural remains, and artifacts.

Derby Field
The airport is about 7 miles south of Lovelock. It has 5,530 feet of runway

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