St. Mary's Episcopal Church

PO Box 611

140 NE Horry Street

Madison, Florida 32341-0611


Our Attraction Is Only Natural

Discover the Unspoiled Natural Beauty of Florida and Its History

Madison County, Florida is a faraway place that’s not far away. We are located off of I-10 near I-75, and only a short drive from Tallahassee and Jacksonville. Nestled against the Georgia border just south of Valdosta, we offer an unexpected wealth of pleasures to our visitors. For the history-minded, there are centuries-old landmarks, homes, communities and antique shops. For the nature lover, every imaginable recreation is available in our broad expanses of forests, rivers, lakes and springs, where bike trails, canoe trails, equestrian paths and hiking trails abound. The town of Madison, with a population of just over 3000, is designated one of the Best Little Towns in Florida by VISIT FLORIDA, the state tourism development agency.

The Touch and Feel of Past Centuries as a Link to our County’s History

An exploration of Madison County’s past can be as tame and pleasant as a stroll past the 32 featured landmarks within the City of Madison, or as ambitious as a study of some of the 84 cemeteries that have been identified within Madison County. At one point in our history, there were 20 communities here, and their traces still survive.

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