Largest Counties in Vermont

There are a total of 14 counties or county equivalents in the U.S. state of Vermont. Among them, the five biggest counties by population are Chittenden, Rutland, Washington, Windsor, and Franklin. In the following table, you will see the list of all counties in Vermont, each with population, land area, density and the time of establishment.

Rank County Population County Seat Established Area (km2) Density
1 Chittenden County 161,371 S Burlington 1787 1,396 115.6
2 Rutland County 59,725 Rutland 1781 2,414 24.74
3 Washington County 58,601 Montpelier 1810 1,787 32.79
4 Windsor County 55,726 Woodstock 1781 2,515 22.16
5 Franklin County 48,788 Saint Albans 1792 1,650 29.57
6 Windham County 43,375 Newfane 1779 2,044 21.22
7 Addison County 37,024 Middlebury 1785 1,995 18.56
8 Bennington County 36,306 North Bennington 1779 1,751 20.73
9 Caledonia County 30,769 Saint Johnsbury 1792 1,686 18.25
10 Orange County 28,888 Chelsea 1781 1,785 16.18
11 Orleans County 27,089 Newport 1792 1,805 15.01
12 Lamoille County 25,224 Hyde Park 1835 1,194 21.13
13 Grand Isle County 6,850 North Hero 1802 215 31.86
14 Essex County 6,152 Guildhall 1792 1,722 3.57

Largest Counties in Vermont

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