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Geography King

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Kennedy Unthank

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The United States is a big country. Even some of its states are bigger than many other countries! And with such a big place, you might expect an interesting tidbit or two to be learned about it.

You’d be right. In fact, those tidbits pile up far past a single one or two. And some of them might even be in your home state.

Geography King is run by a guy simply known as Kyle, a man who has “been on more than 20 cross-country road trips this century.” On his travels, he’s learned a lot about U.S. geography, and he wants to share some facts and opinions on it.

For instance, did you know that Fairbanks, Alaska, and San Diego, California, share the same average high temperature in June at 71 degrees? Perhaps you want to know what Kyle thinks are the 10 most scenic drives in the U.S.? Where in the U.S. do immigrants of other countries tend to settle? Those are the types of questions and insights Kyle seeks to provide.

He’ll also give profiles of various cities and states, rank states based on different criteria and tell of oddities around the country. While Kyle occasionally branches into facts about other countries, he primarily sticks to the U.S.


You can learn a lot of interesting facts from Geography King, and Kyle just might hatch a desire to travel with you because of them. The city and state profiles will certainly help those thinking about visiting or moving to the area. And you just might learn a fun fact about your state that you can share with others.

Geography King has other helpful videos, too. One helps viewers learn some “Tips & Hacks for Road Trips.” Others inform of “Underrated Day Trips” and worthwhile state parks to visit.

Furthermore, in all of the videos we reviewed, we didn’t hear any swearing.


We didn’t find much concerning in the videos we watched. In should be noted that in “8 Worst Places in the U.S.,” Kyle talks about some issues regarding drug use and alcoholism as well as crime and cultic presence. In a city profile on St. Louis, Kyle briefly talks about the city’s “gayborhood.” And in a video on strange place names, Kyle makes a joke about a place called “Bad Axe.”


Geography King isn’t issuing any edicts regarding United States geography, but he does provide helpful insights into it. With very minor content issues and plenty of opportunities to learn, families might enjoy a video or two from Geography King.

Kennedy Unthank

Kennedy Unthank studied journalism at the University of Missouri. He knew he wanted to write for a living when he won a contest for “best fantasy story” while in the 4th grade. What he didn’t know at the time, however, was that he was the only person to submit a story. Regardless, the seed was planted. Kennedy collects and plays board games in his free time, and he loves to talk about biblical apologetics. He thinks the ending of Lost “wasn’t that bad.”