Marshall County is truly a place where people can work and live well. In fact, over 37,000 people are already enjoying the county’s charm and convenience. It offers all the advantages of small-town living combined with ready access to a large metropolitan area.
The larger towns of Holly Springs and Byhalia provide ample shopping and dining opportunities as well as access to the most commonly needed services. Along with several smaller towns and rural areas, the towns offer pleasant and affordable residential settings.
Marshall County offers fine golf courses and convenient access to fishing, hunting, picnicking, boating, and camping areas. Sardis Lake, a 10,000-acre lake just a few miles south and west of the county, is a treasure for all kinds of water sports. A sizable portion of the county’s land area is occupied by the Holly Springs National Forest. Marshall County’s many historic sites provide opportunities to appreciate the unique culture and history of the South.
A much wider range of businesses, cultural events, and entertainment options are available within a 40-minute drive into the Memphis metropolitan area.