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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. Prince George's, MD
  7. Fulton, GA
  8. Denver, CO
  9. New York, NY
  10. Arlington, VA
  11. Baltimore, MD
  12. City of Baltimore, MD
  13. St. Louis, MO
  14. Prince William, VA
  15. Philadelphia, PA
  16. Montgomery, MD
  17. Clark, NV
  18. Cuyahoga, OH
  19. Essex, NJ
  20. Lake, IN

Top 10 most visited Canadian counties by our users

  1. Niagara Regional Municipality, ON
  2. City of Toronto, ON
  3. City of Hamilton, ON
  4. Peel Regional Municipality, ON
  5. Halton Regional Municipality, ON
  6. Greater Vancouver Regional District, BC
  7. Montreal, QC
  8. Oxford County, ON
  9. Middlesex County, ON
  10. London, ON

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

  1. McPherson, SD
   2. Logan, ND
  3T. Daniels, MT
  3T. McIntosh, ND
   5. Grant, ND
   6. Marshall, SD
   7. Eddy, ND
   8. Griggs, ND
   9. Sheridan, MT
  10T. Faulk, SD
  10T. Ransom, ND
  12. Cavalier, ND
  13. Towner, ND
  14. Steele, ND
  15. McPherson, NE
  16. Owsley, KY
  17T. Sargent, ND
  17T. Divide, ND
  19. Dewey, SD
  20. Ziebach, SD


1/15/2018: Added what I am calling the "British Isles" region -- the United Kingdom, Ireland, Isle of Man, Guernsey, and Jersey.

12/18/2017: U.S. Territories and Outlying Areas have been mostly implemented on the site. I still have not decided what the "national" map of these territories will look like, or whether to add more U.S. possessions to this group.

10/27/2017: The subdivisions of Canada on this site have changed to conform to the findings of the Extra Miler Club Canada Committee. Check out the link for details.

10/23/2017: New feature on the Google maps-driving directions page: you can enter up to four user names, separated by commas (e.g. mob,toast,cpaine) and different colors will indicate which users and which combination of users have visited those counties.


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").


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