Quality of Life
Striving for Greatness.
Marshall County offers the southern charm and serenity of a small community with large city amenities. With a low crime rate, low cost of living and mild climate, Marshall County is a great place to call home. Take a Tour
The people of Marshall County strive to make it a great place to live. The county is almost entirely navigable by bike or foot. The Hi-Way 50 Drive In, located in Lewisburg, is one of the longest running drive-in theaters in the United States. The historic charm, growing retail industry and well-attended festivals are just a few of the reasons why people love living in Marshall County.
Taking its name from the explorer Meriwether Lewis, Lewisburg, Tennessee, is now filled with unique shops and restaurants. Local entrepreneurs and developers noticed the potential in the historic buildings and started renovating them into coffee houses, restaurants, shops and boutiques, salons and other businesses. The downtown square is also the location for many events including Fun Fridays and is now a designated Main Street
Marshall County is the place for people who love the great outdoors. In many of its recreational efforts, it meets or exceeds the highest of standards. The excellent park system makes the county almost entirely open to walking and biking. The Lewisburg Recreation Center, a 70,000-square-foot building on 81 acres, offers basketball, golfing, swimming, volleyball, racquetball, tennis, and also has a fitness room, meeting rooms, snack bar, pro shop and other amenities. Henry Horton State Park and the Duck River are also beautiful locations to explore, if you're looking for something more aquatic.
Festivals and Events
Home to many engaging festivals and events, Marshall County offers residents ample opportunities to come together as a community. The Goats, Music & More Fair at Rock Creek Park is always popular, bringing in famous music stars and showcasing fainting goats. Just one of many events the Marshall County Chamber of Commerce displays each year, the Goats, Music & More Festival entertains as many as 25,000 people annually.