Known for its beautiful scenery and antebellum homes, Madison-Morgan County is a thriving, growing community. Local citizens have been successful in keeping the past an integral part of the present and future. By blending old with new and southern tradition with high-tech, the area brings tourists, newcomers and local residents together in a unique, unspoiled atmosphere.
Morgan County is home to Hard Labor Creek State Park, Georgia's largest state park. The county also includes part of Lake Oconee, a 19,000 acre reservoir providing some the state's best fishing, water skiing, boating, camping, championship golf and tennis as well as beautiful lakefront homes. Opportunities abound for local shopping, dining and cultural experiences as well.
The local pubic educational system has been recognized nationally and is well-known and respected in the area. Quality private schools and technical schools are available also. The University of Georgia, Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia College and State University are all within a 45 minute drive providing many paths for furthering one's education.
While options are endless, it's the local people that make Madison and Morgan County special. Their resourcefulness and hard work is evident in the local economy and exceptional lifestyle. Countless opportunities exist for citizens to hold meaningful roles in the community through participation in its abundant civic, social, fraternal and religious organizations.