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Welcome to Caldwell County

​Looking for a place to call home, some place warm and welcoming which gives you a sense of feeling good when you step out your front door?  Give Caldwell County a try.  We like it and we think you will too.  Caldwell County -- Princeton, Fredonia, Farmersville, Crider, Eddy Creek, and Cobb -- we are all small towns with rural roots, ready smiles, enthusiastic handshakes, and solid values.  Yet, we have urban advantages, unique resources and thriving ambitions.  Haven't you always wanted to be a part of a community like ours?

Here in Caldwell County there is always room for another viewpoint, a new perspective, a pair of helping hands -- yours!  If you are looking for a good place to work, play, raise your children, nurture your dreams, watch the sun rise and set, come to Caldwell County.  You Are Welcome Here!

Trail of Tears Historic Marker in Caldwell County, KYHistoric Information

Founded in 1809, Caldwell County has a population of 12,700 and landmass totaling 348 square miles.  Named for John Caldwell who participated in the George Rogers Clark Indian Campaign, it is located within the Pennyrile region of western Kentucky.