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Campbell County

Longtime residents consider Campbell County the dividing line between city and country — and with good reason. Boasting some of the area's best golf courses, great shopping and nightlife at Newport on the Levee and endless opportunities for camping and outdoor fun, the county offers options for urban and rural folks alike.
Campbell County is gaining speed in the academic market, too. In addition to ongoing campus development initiatives, the College of Informatics has helped make Northern Kentucky University the state’s fastest growing senior college. NKU is also home to more than 25 collegiate and intramural sports teams. Go Norse!
Like its western counterparts, Campbell County features an array of distinctive communities. Farmlands and quiet subdivisions dot the southern landscape, while historic urban cities like Newport, Bellevue and Dayton line the riverfront.



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