Atrion County (pronounced AY-tree-uhn) is a county in the Dragoonasag state of Lohana. The county is part of the Liberty, Lohana statistical area. It is named after a historic town located in the north of the county. Its county seat is Arondello.
Atrion County was founded in the 1800s and mainly served as a place for Dragoonasag Revolution veterans and their families. The county seat was located in the historic town for which the county is named. In the 1850s, veterans of the Battle of Authonome settled in the county. In 1894, the county seat was moved to Arondello.
Atrion County is located in Central Lohana.
- Dragoonasag Interstate Route 92
- Lohana State Route 26
- Lohana State Route 81
- Lohana State Route 169
- Lohana State Route 271
- Lohana State Route 274
- Lohana State Route 377
- Missionworth County (south)
- Slygo County (south)
- Malliwarner County (east and north)
- Heardonia County (north)
- Wyboard County (west)
- Liberty County (west)
During the last census, Atrion County had a population of 41,234. Caucasians made up about 81% of the population; Africans made up about 10% of the population; Hispanics made up about 6% of the population; Native Parkufos made up about 2% of the population; and Asians made up about 2% of the population.