Johnson County

Johnson County is named after Richard Mentor Johnson, the ninth vice president of the United States. It is composed of 11 cities and 10 unincorporated communities totaling approximately 144,000 people, making Johnson County the fifth-most populous county in Iowa. Among its many priorities, the county supports the Johnson County Fairgrounds, the Johnson County Historical Society and its historic sites, tourism facilities (such as repurposing the Kalona Cheese Factory) and many conservation projects.

There are 13 public use areas for fishing, camping, trails, shelter access and more, all taking you to curious places throughout Johnson County.

 

Insanely Curious