The state of Kentucky has a lot of activities for lovers of water sports and outdoors like fishing, hiking, boating, biking, camping and rock climbing. Enjoy the charms of the picturesque small towns with a history boundless visitors want to stay for long. Not forgetting that has many national treasures like The Mammoth Cave, National Historic Parks, the birthplace of Abraham, Daniel Boone National Forest and Red River Gorge, just to mention the most visited.

Counties of

The state of Kentucky is situated in the central southeastern United States, which limits the north with Indiana and Ohio, northeast West Virginia, east to Virginia, south to Tennessee, Illinois and northwest to west to Missouri. It has a population of 4,339,367 people distributed of 120 counties within an area of 65,032 square miles. Much of the state is predominantly rural, with agriculture as the main source of income. Its capital is Frankfort.


Adair Allen Anderson
Ballard Barren Bath
Bell Boone Bourbon
Boyd Boyle Bracken
Breathitt Breckinridge Bullitt
Butler Caldwell Calloway
Campbell Carlisle Carroll
Carter Casey Christian
Clark Clay Clinton
Crittenden Cumberland Daviess
Edmonson Elliott Estill
Fayette Fleming Floyd
Franklin Fulton Gallatin
Garrard Grant Graves
Grayson Green Greenup
Hancock Hardin Harlan
Harrison Hart Henderson
Henry Hickman Hopkins
Jackson Jefferson Jessamine
Johnson Kenton Knott
Knox Larue Laurel
Lawrence Lee Leslie
Letcher Lewis Lincoln
Livingston Logan Lyon
Madison Magoffin Marion
Marshall Martin Mason
Mccracken Mccreary Mclean
Meade Menifee Mercer
Metcalfe Monroe Montgomery
Morgan Muhlenberg Nelson
Nicholas Ohio Oldham
Owen Owsley Pendleton
Perry Pike Powell
Pulaski Robertson Rockcastle
Rowan Russell Scott
Shelby Simpson Spencer
Taylor Todd Trigg
Trimble Union Warren
Washington Wayne Webster
Whitley Wolfe Woodford