Boone County, KY
Boone County was named for the famed frontiersman Daniel Boone. It's located in northern Kentucky and encompasses 256 mi² of land. It is the fourth most populous county in the state with a population of 131,533. Formed from what was Campbell Cunty, Boone County was established in 1798. The county seat is currently located in Burlington. The area experiences an average of 44 inches of rain, 18 inches of snow, and 179 days of sunshine per year.
Fayette County, KY
Fayette County was named after the Marquis de LaFayette - an immigrant and strong supporter of the American Revolutionary War. Found it central Kentucky, Fayette county covers an area of 286 mi². With a population of 323,780, it's the second most populous county in the state. The county was established in 1780 and the county seat is currently in Lexington. The area experiences an average of 46 inches of rain, 10 inches of snow and 188 days of sunshine per year.
Jefferson County, KY
Jefferson County was originally part of Virginia. It covers an area of 398 mi² and is located in north-central Kentucky. The most populous county in the state, it's population is 770,517 as of 2018. The county was established in 1780 and is one 9 original counties in Kentucky. It was named for Thomas Jefferson.
Kenton County, KY
Established in 1840, Kenton County is the third most populous county in the state. It spans an area of 164 mi² in the northernmost part of Kentucky. Up until 2010, Kenton actually had two county seat - Covington and Independence. Currently, the only county seat is Covington.
Warren County, KY
Warren County covers an area of 548 mi² and can be found in central Kentucky. It has a population of 131,264 as of the 2018 census. The county was established in 1797 and the county seat is currently located in Bowling Green. Up until 2018, Warren County was a dry county, but alcohol can now be sold throughout.