Can you find your home county on an Alabama map?

Can you find your home county on an Alabama map?

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Alabama has 67 counties and while it might not be necessary to know the names of every single one of them or where each is on a map during the course of any given day, it is important to know where YOUR COUNTY is.

NOTE: The counties, as numbered below, are in alphabetical order and not by county license plate number.

That seems obvious, but a lot of people don't know where to point on a map to find their own county. Knowing where you are can be useful for a lot of reasons, especially during severe weather.

So take our quiz! Point to the county on the map you think is your home county, then find its number on the list. How did you do? Can you name the counties around yours? For the really adventurous people out there, how many of the 67 can you successfully point to?

  1. Autauga
  2. Baldwin
  3. Barbour
  4. Bibb
  5. Blount
  6. Bullock
  7. Butler
  8. Calhoun
  9. Chambers
  10. Cherokee
  11. Chilton
  12. Choctaw
  13. Clarke
  14. Clay
  15. Cleburne
  16. Coffee
  17. Colbert
  18. Conecuh
  19. Coosa
  20. Covington
  21. Crenshaw
  22. Cullman
  23. Dale
  24. Dallas
  25. De Kalb
  26. Elmore
  27. Escambia
  28. Etowah
  29. Fayette
  30. Franklin
  31. Geneva
  32. Greene
  33. Hale
  34. Henry
  35. Houston
  36. Jackson
  37. Jefferson
  38. Lamar
  39. Lauderdale
  40. Lawrence
  41. Lee
  42. Limestone
  43. Lowndes
  44. Macon
  45. Madison
  46. Marengo
  47. Marion
  48. Marshall
  49. Mobile
  50. Monroe
  51. Montgomery
  52. Morgan
  53. Perry
  54. Pickens
  55. Pike
  56. Randolph
  57. Russell
  58. St. Clair
  59. Shelby
  60. Sumter
  61. Talladega
  62. Tallapoosa
  63. Tuscaloosa
  64. Walker
  65. Washington
  66. Wilcox
  67. Winston

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