Madison County, Florida Land Information
The county of Madison stretches 716 square miles and hosts a population of 20,000 happy souls. The county features dynamic and varying natural amenities within its diverse terrain that keep residents happy. For example, Twin Rivers National Forest spans more than 14,000 acres and lies on the banks of the Withlacoochee and Suwannee rivers. The forest offers camping, hiking, river, and park activities through its forested terrain. For a more "fun under the sun" amenity, the county offers Madison Blue Spring State Park. The expansive park features a deep blue spring that not only offers canoeing and swimming opportunities but also amenities below the surface of its deep blue water. The park allows visitors to dive the depths of the spring to explore its underwater caves, as well as other scuba diving opportunities. Throughout the county, Madison offers numerous opportunities to hike, swim, explore, camp, and canoe. About 4,000 acres of land were listed for sale in Madison County recently, representing approximately $81 million in Madison County farms
for sale. The county ranks sixth in Florida based on the overall acres for sale here. Recent Land And Farm data indicates there was a one percent change from April based on the total amount of land and property listings advertised for sale in Madison County. Madison County is the 44th largest county (716 square miles) in Florida. Madison County is in Florida's North Central Florida region. Most farming activity in Madison County is focused on crop production. To find more Florida land and rural properties
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