Madison County was named after the fourth president of the United States, James Madison. It was the 38th county formed in Georgia and began to operate as a county in 1812. Madison County is a nature lovers dream, with miles and miles of agriculture and farm land. One point of interest in Madison county is the Watson Mill Bridge State Park, the site of the longest covered bridge in Georgia. The bridge is over 100 years old and is 229 feet long. You can enjoy a weekend getaway at the Watson Mill Bridge State Park by visiting their camping facilities where you will find hiking trails, picnicking, and playgrounds. The Madison County Courthouse is one of the most ornate in Georgia and was built in 1901. Madison county schools are known for their growth and education enhancements over the last few years. Madison County is a great place to call home!
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