Located at the southern end of the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Marshall County is a small North Alabama destination that delivers sweet surprises.

Let the water be your guide as you cruise, sail, paddle or ski along 950 miles of shoreline. Bring your own boat or rent your vessel of choice. Take a leisurely trip downriver to see foliage and fowl or head full throttle across open waters with ski rope in hand.
The rumour is there are big bass to be found in the coves and creeks that weave around and through this area. Catching a few is the perfect way to spend the day.

Land lovers don’t despair. Water can be just the backdrop to a lovely view. From a rustic lodge that sits atop a mountain ledge and the chanceto glimpse America’s most majestic bird of prey, to walking the paths traversed by Native Americans years ago, nature and history come together with tasty offerings to tempt all pallets.

Speaking of tastings, local winemaker Jules J. Berta offers a blend that is sure to quench your thirst. His vineyards provide a relaxing setting to share a taste or a glass after a day spent on the water. For those who have a hankering for something Southern, try a bite of seafood or barbecue. We have plenty to offer. If you crave something a little more formal, Marshall County has four cities within a 20-mile area that play host to several restaurants featuring the tasty creations of local chefs.

If the water and wine don’t tempt you, then maybe lush fairways and mountain views will do the trick. Golfers will find the scenery in MarshallCounty as majestic as the courses are challenging.Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast, a history buff or a family looking for a unique vacation, come visit Marshall County and find your sweet spot.