AGRITOURISM IN MADISON COUNTY, NC

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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Frosty Mountain Christmas Trees

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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. 
Marshall, North Carolina

Robert Peebles’ Tree Farm

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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. 
Marshall, North Carolina
(828) 649-2963

Madison County Tourism Development Authority

56 South Main Street
Mars Hill, NC 28754

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Local: (828) 680-9031

Toll Free: (877) 262-3476

Mailing Address: PO Box 1527
    Mars Hill, NC 28754