Fredericktown, MO (PRWEB) September 24, 2013
As Missouri’s Madison County gears up for fall and the season’s upcoming events, the Fredericktown real estate experts at Swinford Realty, LLC are taking the opportunity to list the top things to do in the region. These include anything from hunting and fishing to visiting the area’s myriad historic sites.
“There’s a wealth of recreational opportunities here in Madison County,” says Realtor Gabe Swinford, founder of Swinford Realty, LLC and a specialist in everything from land to Fredericktown homes with acreage. “Fredericktown is virtually surrounded by the Mark Twain National Forest and is also a designated Preserve America Community, so whether you’re into hunting or kayaking or you’re a Civil War buff, you won’t run out of things to do here.”
The seat of Madison County, Fredericktown is located at the foot of the Ozark Mountains and is home to a growing population of over 4,000. It boasts a historic main street district and court square, several sites listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and an abundance of parks and open spaces. Popular activities in the area include hiking, biking, horseback riding, fishing, hunting, kayaking, and exploring the main street district.
“There are also more than a few community events coming up,” adds Swinford. “There’s the tractor show, JP’s 12th Midwest Cub-Arama, which will be on September 27 and 28 as well as the Madison County Fair on October 3 to 5, the Battle of Fredericktown Reenactment on October 18 to 20, and so on.”
A lifelong resident of Madison County, Swinford specializes in land, farms and homes for sale in Fredericktown, MO as well as real estate in Marquand. He has been serving the needs of buyers and sellers in the area for over 12 years.
For more information on things to do in Madison County as well as the real estate market here, visit Swinford Realty’s website at http://www.SwinfordRealtyLLC.com or get in touch with Gabe Swinford directly.