Famous Bridges: Colvin Bridge, Duckett Bridge, Flats Ford Bridge, Houston Bridge, Mill Pond Bridge.
Famous Churches: Alder Springs Church, Alder Springs Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Beech Creek Church (historical), Baker Chapel, Brashier Chapel, Center Point Church, Crestview Church of Christ, Grant Church.
Famous Falls: Piney Branch Falls, Ragsdale Falls, Short Creek Falls, Thompson Falls.
Famous Lakes: Moore Pond (historical), Black Lake (historical), White Lake (historical).
Famous Parks: Big Spring Creek Small Wild Area, Marshall County Park, Ogletree Park, Tom Jackson Park, Yogi Bears Jellystone Park, Lake Guntersville State Park.
Its name is in honor of John Marshall, famous Chief Justice of the United States.
Marshall County is a dry county.
Largest city Albertville.
Marshall County was established on January 9, 1836.
Marshall County is a county of the U.S. state of Alabama, and is included in the Huntsville-Decatur Combined Statistical Area.
Its county seat is Guntersville.
Area: 623 sq mi (1,614 km²)
Marshall County is home to numerous outdoor recreation areas including Lake Guntersville State Park, Cathedral Caverns State Park, and Buck\'s Pocket State Park.
Marshall County, Alabama visitors guide including location, hiking trails, bird watching, ... historical sites.
Rich emerald colored trees border the lush land throughout the county - turning ruby and topaz in the fall.
Whatever treasures you choose in Marshall County, the memories are sure to be golden.
April, May, June.
U.S. Highway 231
U.S. Highway 431
State Route 68
State Route 69
State Route 75
State Route 79
State Route 168
State Route 179
State Route 205
State Route 227
Alabama and Tennessee River Railway
Albertville Municipal Airport
Guntersville Dam Landing Field (historical)
Guntersville Municipal Airport
Smith Landing Field (historical)
Feast on fancy delights, rich enough for a king. Indulge in exotic local fare like the Poke Salat Festival in Arab.
Celebrate adventure at one of the many festivals like the Freedom Festival on July 4th in Albertville,
The winter Parade of Lights on Lake Guntersville
The fall Harvest Festival the first weekend of October in Boaz.