Located to the northeast of the city of Evansville, Warrick County makes up roughly 391 square miles of land that border the northern bank of the Ohio River. The county seat resides in Boonville, the county's most populous city. Other important urban centers around the county include Chandler, Newburgh and Lynnville. The cities and towns of Warrick County harbor some of the fastest-growing populations in Indiana. Residents take pride in the county's historic past that can be experienced through its variety of historic places.