At one time, Madison County landscape was covered with acres of tobacco fields and the farm economy relied heavily on burley tobacco. Agriculture in western North Carolina has changed quite a bit. Today, the old-time farmers and newcomers to the trade have responded to the market trend and the county now has more organic farms than any other county in North Carolina.

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Appleberry Cove Farm and School

If you are looking to visit a small family farm that offers workshops, tours, hikes and demonstrations, here it is! This homestead-type farm is comprised of vegetable, herb, and flower gardens, fruit orchards and berries.
111 Hoot and Holler Lane Mars Hill, North Carolina 28754
(828) 689-4812

Briar Rose Farm

For a real farm experience, you can choose from three rental cabins in the middle of this family farm.
91 Duckett Top Tower Road Hot Springs, North Carolina 28743
(828) 622-7329

Broadwing Farms Cabins

This three-generation family farm has three rental cabins so that you can truly immerse yourself and your family in the farm experience. The 85 acres back up to the Pisgah National Forest and are up the hill from the French Broad River.
20 Berry Wills Road Hot Springs, North Carolina 28743
(828) 622-3647

Elk Knob Farm and Kanati Lodge

From Christmas trees to mushrooms and in between things such as vegetables, heirloom apples, blueberries, perennials and ferns, a visit to Elk Knob Farm is illuminating!
79 Poplar Ridge Lane Hot Springs, North Carolina 28743
(828) 622-7398

Frosty Mountain Christmas Trees

Donna and Chipper Jones and their children grow 80,000 Fraser Firs on 55 acres of their 300-acre farmland high in the Appalachian Mountains.
13623 North Carolina 212 Marshall, North Carolina 28753
(828) 656-8100

Hot Springs Homegrown and Handmade Market

Hot Springs Homegrown and Handmade Market will be held on Saturdays from 10-2 beginning April 7, 2018-October 28, 2018.  We have a new home (just across the street!) on the lawn of Hot Springs Rafting right beside the post office.
81 U.S. 70 Hot Springs, North Carolina 28743
828 206-3739

Mars Hill Farmers and Artisans Market

From April through November from 9am to 12 every Saturday (since 1999), this tailgate market has been serving up fresh farm products and more to the people of Madison County and its visitors on the quad at Mars Hill University.
50 College Street Mars Hill, North Carolina 28754

Meadow Branch Cottage at East Fork Farm

Meadow Branch Cottage overlooks the small family East Fork Farm. If you want to be right in the midst of the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains with the comforts of home, here is a natural farm cottage!
294 Meadow Branch Road Marshall, North Carolina 28753
516 993-4055

Robert Peebles’ Tree Farm

Robert Peebles has been growing his Fraser Firs for over fifteen years and even though he has a small operation, there are some tall, pretty trees at great prices.
2521 Upper Paw Paw Road Marshall, North Carolina 28753
(828) 649-2963

Sunday on the Island Farmers Market

Beginning in May through October, every Sunday from Noon to 4pm, come out to Blannahassett Island to pick up some local products.
115 Blannahassett Island Road Marshall, North Carolina 28753

Madison County Tourism Development Authority

56 South Main Street
Mars Hill, NC 28754

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