Hello Madison County
Madison County, located in North Carolina's Mountain region, was formed from Buncombe and Yancey Counties in 1851 and was named for President James Madison. Communities include the county seat of Marshall (incorporated in 1863), Mars Hill, Faust, Hot Springs, Spring Creek, Joe, Trust, Luck, Walnut, and Whiterock.
This Blue Ridge gem in Western North Carolina is home to over 55,000 acres of National Forest providing a majestic backdrop to the world’s third oldest river—the mighty French Broad. Their timeless tradition of musical history which is known worldwide will accompany you as you share the majesty of nature and the rural abundance of their small town heritage.