Northern KY Database
Moving from the West to the East, Northern Kentucky is comprised of three counties; Boone, Kenton and Campbell, respectively. For a view of how the counties are laid out please visit our web page titled Northern Kentucky Area.
Boone County, Kentucky
Boone County, as with all of the three of the Norhern Kentucky Counties, is bordered on the Ohio River. The Boone County region is in a current development boom. There are seven cities of various size in Boone County, including Burlington, Hebron, Florence, Union, Richwood, Walton and Verona.
The Boone County landscape is one of suburban and urban settings, with the largest City being Florence. The County seat is Burlington, which is also the western most city in Boone County.
For more detailed information on the Cities of Boone County and the County itself, please use the following link:
Kenton County, Kentucky
Kenton County, home to Northern Kentucky's largest metropolitan city; Covington. The City of Covington is in fact Northern Kentucky's most populated city, however there are so many great communities to choose from, it is impossible to speak of them all. The area is home to the following Cities; Covington, Ludlow, Taylor Mill, Fort Wright, Fort Mitchell, Lakeside Park, Crestview Hills, Crescent Springs, Villa Hills, Erlanger, Elsmere and Independence; not to mention many other smaller communities,.
Southern Kenton County is still very rural, where the Northern portion of the county is comprised of the many cities referenced above. The county seat is in the Northern tip of Kenton County, located in the City of Covington.
For more detailed information on the Cities of Kenton County and the County itself, please use the following link:
Campbell County, Kentucky
Campbell County is located on the north eastern area of Northern Kentucky. The counties largest metropolitan city; The City of Newport, is home to many of Northern Kentucky's newest attractions, including Newport on the Levee, Coconut Grove and the Newport Aquarium. There are eleven Cities located throughout Campbell County.
Campbell Counties southern regions are also rural, yet growing. Each community has a very unique look and feel, coupled with a good down home feeling.
For more detailed information on the Cities of Campbell County and the County itself, please use the following link: