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Top 20 most visited counties by our users

  1. Cook, IL
  2. Washington, DC
  3. Fairfax, VA
  4. Orange, FL
  5. Los Angeles, CA
  6. Denver, CO
  7. New York, NY
  8. Fulton, GA
  9. Prince George's, MD
  10. Arlington, VA
  11. Baltimore, MD
  12. City of Baltimore, MD
  13. Clark, NV
  14. St. Louis, MO
  15. Philadelphia, PA
  16. Prince William, VA
  17. Montgomery, MD
  18. Essex, NJ
  19. Davidson, TN
  20. Cuyahoga, OH

Top 10 most visited Canadian counties by our users

  1. Niagara, ON
  2. Toronto, ON
  3. Hamilton, ON
  4. Peel, ON
  5. Halton, ON
  6. Greater Vancouver, BC
  7. Montréal, QC
  8. Oxford, ON
  9. Middlesex, ON
  10. Essex, ON

And the 20 least visited counties by our users (lower 48 states)

 1T. Daniels, MT
  1T. McPherson, SD
   3. Logan, ND
   4. McIntosh, ND
   5. Griggs, ND
   6. Eddy, ND
   7. Cavalier, ND
   8. Towner, ND
  9T. McPherson, NE
  9T. Grant, ND
  11. Steele, ND
  12. Sheridan, MT
  13. Marshall, SD
  14. Faulk, SD
  15. Divide, ND
  16T. Garfield, MT
  16T. Calhoun, MS
  18T. Ransom, ND
  18T. Owsley, KY
  20. Dewey, SD
 

announcements

4/19/2020: Updates to U.S. county boundaries from the 2020 Census have been incorporated into the site. The main change is that the Valdez-Cordova Census Area of Alaska has been divided into the Chugach and the Copper River Census Areas. Update your visits if you have been to the former Valdez-Cordova Census Area.

12/29/2019: County/Council Area/Sheading boundaries added for the British Isles

08/25/2019: New driving directions page drawn over OpenStreetMaps data with directions provided by Mapbox are now live. To get started, type a query like "Jupiter, FL to Earth, TX" into the query box.

08/25/2019:upgrades have been made and deployed. Report any issues to
mobrule@gmail.com.

10/25/2018: County/municipio boundaries added for the U.S. Territories and Outlying Areas.

welcome

Always ones to let our competitive nature get the better of us, we (that's Bert, Mark, Chris, Marty, and all our like-minded friends) are keeping track of all the U.S. and Canadian counties we've been to.

The rules are simple: you visit a county, then you count it. To visit a county, just cross the plane of the county line. Usually, you visit a county in a car, but it is possible to visit counties by biking, hiking, or even skiing. Generally, we don't count flying over a county, especially flying in a commercial jet airplane (it's just too hard to see the signs that say "Entering Beaufort County").


links

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