- Elevation 3814
- Population 2277
- Lovell is named after Henry Clay Lovell, who brought two herds of cattle to the area in 1879.
- Like Cowley and Byron, Lovell was built by Mormon settlers who
constructed, by hand and with horse teams, the 37 mile long Sidon Canal.
- Lovell's nickname is the "City of Roses." Dr. William Horsley, a
renowned authority on roses, lived in Lovell for almost 50 years and
spread his love of roses throughout the community.
- In addition to agriculture, a sugar beet processing plant, a
bentonite plant, and a Georgia Pacific wall board plant contribute to
- Lovell serves as a gateway for the Big Horn Canyon National
Recreation Area, and Highway 14A, which runs through Lovell and over
the Bighorns, is an attraction by itself.