Experience the best of hometown and thriving new area when you make Madison, Mississippi your new home. A once small farming community, Madison is now your passport to the best the world has to offer! Small-town flavor nestled close to the amenities of a large metropolitan area. Only a ten minute drive from Jackson, the state’s capital, Madison is one of the fastest growing cities in Mississippi, with access to the best in entertainment, shopping, medical services and education. Madison also offers an international doorway to business, recreational and educational experiences through its sister city relationship with Solleftea, Sweden.
- “Top 10 Towns for Families in America” by Family Circle magazine
- Mississippi’s “Most Livable City” by Southern Living
- “One of the Top 100 Cities in America” by MONEY Magazine
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Madison is proud to offer high-quality education at every level from Pre-K through high school and beyond. It’s many schools provide excellent choices to families.
Madison Public Schools
102 Winners Circle Drive—601.992.6277
Northwest Rankin Elementary
500 Vine Street—601.992.0924
Northwest Rankin Middle School
One Paw Print Place—601.992.1329
Northwest Rankin High School
5805 Highway 25—601.992.2242 601.992.1639
Highland Bluff Elementary
5970 Highway 25—601.992.5429
Madison Private Schools
Jackson Preparatory School
3100 Lakeland Drive—601.939.8611
5200 Highway 25—601.992.5333
Good Sheperd Lutheran
6035 Highway 25—601.992.4752
Dine & Shop
From your morning coffee to specialty cafes to romantic dinners in fine dining establishments, Madison has it all. Likewise, Madison is a shopper’s haven! Choose from large department stores to unique boutiques to specialty shops of all kinds. Madison is sure to satisfy any shopper.
The largest and still-expanding shopping center is The Forum at Grandview. The Forum at Grandview is a 330,000 square-foot center located off I-55 (Exit 108) in Madison, MS. Stores include Best Buy, Stein Mart, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Michaels, Miskelly Furniture, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Steinmart Apparel, HomeGoods, Best Buy Electronics, Petco, Michael’s, Longhorn Steakhouse, the Corner Bakery, and a 16-screen Malco Grandview Theatre. Phase III began in 2016 and when finished, the Forum at Grandview will have nearly 400,000 square feet of retail space and occupy 160 acres.
The Colony Crossing at Madison sits on the opposite side of the interstate and consists of 77,427 square feet. Stores include a variety of service, professional and retail businesses, such as Orangetheory Fitness, The Landing, Massage Envy, Donut Place, Pizza Inn, Georgia Blue and Nagoya Japanese Restaurant. The center is supported by shadow anchors, Kroger Grocery and The Home Depot and also features eight outparcels, including Bonefish Grill and a 134-room Hilton Garden Inn.
Madison offers travelers an unique opportunity in way of its own airport. The Madison Air Center is located at the Bruce Campbell Field. It’s a full service FBO with updated facilities and professional quality service. Call 601.853.1960 or visit Madison Air Center and Airport History for more information.
A growing, vital shopping experience for Madison residents. Buy local; buy healthy. When the season is open, more than 30 local farmers, producers and bakers offer their goods on the Main Street grounds of the Madison Square Center for the Arts by the Red Caboose each Tuesday from 3:00-6:00 p.m. More details here.
The city’s no-kill shelter, Webster Animal Shelter, at 525 Post Oak Road, is a state-of-the-art, climate-controlled environment that actively works to place rescued pets in adoptive homes. It partners with Animal Rescue Front, a Massachusetts-based rescue organization, that helps find homes for dogs in New England and Chicago and sponsors road trips to get the animals to their new owners.
The shelter is volunteer-driven and it’s open Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with adoption hours Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday. To volunteer, obtain a pre-adoption form and to learn more, call 601.605.4729.
Visit the City of Madison or use these links to find out more about Madison, Mississippi:
601.420.3338 or 601.992.4440
The City of Madison offers a full calendar of events for its seniors. The group has occasional speakers, Bible studies, craft classes, exercise classes and day trips.
- Men’s Coffee
Mondays, 9:30 a.m.–Free
- Exercise Shape & Tone Classes
Heart healthy and for flexibility, toning, and strengthening using weights and other equipment–Mondays & Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m.–$10 per month.
- Sit/Be Fit Exercise
A low impact chair class–Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:30 a.m.–$10 per month.
Fridays,9:00 a.m.–$5 per month.
Tuesdays, 10:00 a.m.
- Non-denominational Bible Study
- TRIAD speakers
The goal of TRIAD is to reduce the fear of crime and victimization among seniors by increasing awareness of scams and frauds targeting them, strengthening communication between the law enforcement and senior communities, and educating seniors on local and state resources that are available in their community.
Fridays,12:30 p.m.–Fannin Lanes
- Dance Lessons
Swing Dance, Country, Tango, Waltz and other dances–Tuesday’s, 1:00 p.m.–$5 per class
Whisper Lake Country Club
414 Annandale Parkway—601.853.0202
The 18-hole course at the Whisper Lake Country Club facility featuring 4,645 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 64 (an average round of golf is 3 hours). This is a private, full service country club located in the heart of Madison County. The course challenges all skill levels with its four sets of tees for each hole. Our course is always in immaculate condition offering 419 Bermuda fairways and Tifdwarf greens.
Lake Caroline Golf Club
118 Caroline Club Circle—601.853.4023
Lake Caroline Golf Club is a private, 18 hole championship golf course located inside Mississippi’s premier lake community. It features 6,835 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Lake Caroline is a rewarding place where families of all ages can enjoy a country club lifestyle.
This target style course stretches out to 6,800 yards, demanding accurate ball-striking and a little course knowledge. Boasting four sets of tees, the golf course is designed to be fun, but challenging for players of every skill level. Mini-Verde greens filled with subtle breaks are just one of the obstacles. Landing areas are defined with gentle mounds that accent several ponds and memorable views of the great Lake Caroline.
The Annandale Golf Club
100 Annandale Golf Club Drive—601.856.0886
Annandale stands proudly as Mississippi’s first world-class course, consistently named by Golf Digest as one of the state’s top golf courses for many years, blending challenge and enjoyment for golfers of all abilities. The 18-hole Annandale Golf Club features 7,199 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Jack Nicklaus designed the course. Those who play the course will encounter rolling terrain distinguished by grassy bunkers reminiscent of the finest Scottish courses.
Reunion Golf and Country Club
150 Greensward Drive—601.605.8784
The championship quality 18-hole course was created by legendary designer Bob Cupp, who used his expert talents to make the most of every inch of the course’s length. The course offers a well-balanced mix of long rolling fairways, challenging doglegs, and exciting greens. Reunion is skillfully designed to offer ample excitement for the advanced golfer while still allowing the novice a great opportunity to enjoy playing while advancing their game.
Parks & Rec
The City of Madison Madison takes pride in its family-friendly parks and nature trails. There are several rental facilities for civic, educational, and personal use. Football, baseball, basketball, fast pitch softball, soccer and volleyball—all played at Liberty Park—are offered through the Madison Ridgeland Youth Club and Mississippi Rush (soccer). (Both of these organizations handle all of the administrative duties which include registration and organization of teams.) The 33,000-acre Ross Barnett Reservoir located five miles east of Madison, draws an estimated 2.5 million visitors annually for fishing, sailing, boating, water skiing, picnicking, camping and walking its trails.
Madison Parks and Recreation Office is located at 1239 Highway 51. Contact them at 601-853-9109 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Strawberry Patch Park—271 St. Augustine Drive
This is a seven acre neighborhood park and it includes:
- One-acre lake
- One mile lighted walking trail
- Playground equipment, picnic tables and benches throughout the park
- Strawberry Patch Chapel
Liberty Park—810 Madison Avenue
This park is “sports central” for Madison and it includes:
- 5 lighted baseball/softball fields
- 5 regulation soccer fields, 4 of the 5 fields are lighted
- Lighted batting cages
- 2 beach volleyball courts
- Concession stand
- 1 1/2 mile paved walking trail on the western side of Liberty Park
- Liberty Village—designed from the imaginations of Madison’s children and built by the community
- Archery range
Simmons Arboretum —583 St. Augustine Drive
This park was donated to The City of Madison by the Dr. Walker Simmons family. It’s designed as a nature area with slag walking trails which include bridges, swinging bridges and an overlook. It’s an outdoor learning center with the different Mississippi native plants, trees and shrubs labeled. There is at least one “well sunken road” that Natchez Trace officials speculate was a part of the original Trace road system.