Holyoke is a rural plains town located in the northeast corner of the state at an elevation of 3,750 feet. It’s the most populated city and county seat of Phillips County.
The town was incorporated on May 31st, 1888 and was named for Holyoke, Massachusetts. Holyoke is classified as a Home Rule Municipality. In 2010 it recorded a population of 2,313 residents.
Camping: Read about the camping near Sterling and North Sterling Reservoir.
Activities near Holyoke