Marshall County, located approximately 45 minutes south ofÂ Nashville, is a vital part of Tennessee History. The area is homeÂ to two unique breeds of animal, Tennessee walking horse andÂ the fainting goat. Because of these unique animals, the countyÂ holds an annual festival, â€œGoats, Music and more.â€ TheÂ Tennessee Walking Horse Breedersâ€™ and Exhibitorsâ€™Â Association also make Marshall County its home.
The county seat for Marshall County, LewisburgÂ exactly between Nashville, Tennessee andÂ Huntsville Alabama. Being in DowntownÂ Lewisburg is like walking into â€œsmall town USA,â€Â which is why this town is frequented by visitorsÂ from all over. The area is also home of theÂ Tennessee Walking Horse Association.
Named after Chapel Hill, North Carolina, theÂ town is over 150 years old, and still holds on toÂ traditional values. Chapel Hill strives to be aÂ responsive and efficient community that isÂ committed to preserving traditions and qualityÂ of life for future generations.