Pendleton County, Kentucky is located in the beautiful rolling hills of Northern Kentucky halfway between Lexington, Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio. The northeast part of the counties boundaries include the Ohio River, and the Licking River flows northward through the middle of the county. Pendleton County is home to Kincaid Lake State Park which offers 850 acres of family fun. Camping, golfing, swimming and fishing are family favorites. The city of Falmouth sits in Pendleton County and is located where the Main and South Licking Rivers come together. The City of Butler also lies on the Licking River which is 10 miles north of Falmouth.
Pendleton County is a rural county with a hometown atmosphere. It is rich in natural beauty and offers a friendly business opportunities and a great educational system.