Knox Country

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Map of Project Zomboid overlayed on top of the real world photos of the area.
A picture of the in-game Knox Country map.
PlushSpiffo.pngThis article is about the current map for Project Zomboid. For the map prior to 0.2.0r, see Knox County.

Thanks to the efforts of Blindcoder, a complete and fully interactive map has been made available to the community. You can assist in his efforts on expanding the project by visiting the thread on the forums.

Knox Country, formerly Knox County, is a partially fictional area where the events of Project Zomboid take place. The map is heavily based off of the real-world area around Fort Knox and Louisville in northern Kentucky, USA. Knox Country contains recreations of the real-world Muldraugh, West Point, Dixie Mobile Park, March Ridge, Fallas Lake (formerly known as Ekron), and Louisville. There are also some entirely fictional towns within Project Zomboid, including Rosewood, Valley Station, and Riverside.

Knox Country was just your standard, peaceful countryside region until an outbreak of a mysterious illness that reanimates infected persons into zombies, later coined the Knox Infection. Fearing further spread, The U.S Government designated Knox Country as an exclusion zone, quarantined the area and prevented any information from reaching the outside world.

Muldraugh, KY

Main article: Muldraugh, KY
An isometric view of Muldraugh

One of the more moderately-sized towns in Knox Country, made up mostly of residential and industrial buildings. Many of the residents live in poorer quality housing than residents in other towns. Some points of interest in town include:

Riverside, KY

Main article: Riverside, KY
An isometric view of Riverside

A wealthier town situated on the Ohio River in the north-west corner of Knox Country. Features a gated community with a country club.

Some points of interest in town include:

Rosewood, KY

Main article: Rosewood, KY
An isometric view of Rosewood

A newly-developed town with compact services and a nearby prison.

Some points of interest in town include:

West Point, KY

Main article: West Point, KY
An isometric view of West Point

A large river-bound town north of Muldraugh with a clear town center and a close proximity to the Ohio River crossings.

Some points of interest in town include:

Valley Station, KY

Main article: Valley Station, KY
An isometric view of Valley Station

A sparse town across the Ohio River whose main attraction is its sizeable mall.

Some points of interest in town include:

Louisville, KY

Main article: Louisville, KY
An isometric view of Louisville

A large, densely populated metropolis across the Ohio River on the border of the Knox Exclusion Zone. Later designated part of the exclusion zone after being overrun. Most of the city's borders are still sealed off by fences constructed during the Knox Event.

Some points of interest in the city include:

March Ridge, KY

Main article: March Ridge, KY
An isometric view of March Ridge

A gated military settlement made up of tenement buildings and surrounded by forest.

Some points of interest in town include:

Dixie Mobile Park

Main article: Dixie Mobile Park
An isometric view of Dixie

A trailer park which takes its name from the Dixie Hwy on which it lies.

Points of interest in this settlement include:

Fallas Lake, KY

Main article: Fallas Lake, KY
An isometric view of Fallas Lake

A rural town surrounded by farmland in the center of Knox Country. Features an oddly shaped lake.

Points of interest in this town include:


  • Knox Country was previously called Knox County, which was renamed in 2013 after the original map was scrapped and remade.

See also