Gadsden County

Welcome to Gadsden County

Looking for a little bit of country living, for your slice of peace and quiet, for a community that can take you back in time while staying close to the conveniences of modern living? Look no further than beautiful Gadsden County. Nestled into beautiful countryside and undisturbed wilderness just northeast of Tallahassee, Gadsden County is a place of breathtaking natural views, boundless outdoor recreation, and fantastic options for large acreage or equestrian living… all within an easy drive of the amenities of Tallahassee.

Come explore Gadsden County and its lovely communities of Chattahoochee, Gretna, Midway, Quincy, Havana, and Greensboro... Your country escape is waiting.

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Gadsden County at a Glance

Getting Around

Central GC to Tallahassee: About 30 miles
Central GC to Gulf Coast: About 50 miles
Major Roads: I-10, US-90, US-27


Population: About 46,000
Size: 529 sq mi
Median Home Value: $92,000

Spotlights of Gadsden County

Unique Communities

Gadsden County is home to a number of unique little towns. There’s the quaint and elegant Old Quincy. There’s the outdoor mecca of Chattahoochee. There’s the shopping haven of Havana… There’s Gretna and Midway and Greensboro… and more.

Parks & Greenspace

Gadsden County is a place for outdoor adventurers and nature lovers, for campers, hunters, and hikers, for anglers, for kayakers, for horseback riders and horse-lovers. It’s a place for those who truly want to experience the unspoiled beauty of nature.

Art & History

Gadsden County is home to a number of unique historic sites, museums, and charming little downtowns. There are art centers and galleries, theatres, historic homes, vintage boutiques, local artisan shops, and much more.

Gadsden County Attractions

What You'll LOVE in Gadsden County

Amazing Outdoor Recreation

Gadsden County is home to a number of fantastic outdoor destinations. The Apalachicola River Blueway National Recreation Trail flows from Lake Seminole in Chattahoochee to the Gulf of Mexico 107 miles to the south, offering an amazing destination for canoeing, kayaking, fishing, camping, and more.

Lake Talquin and its surrounding State Park are another favorite. Here, visitors fish, boating, paddling, bird watching, camping, hiking, horseback riding, biking, and more. Lake Torreya and Torreya State Park are also quite popular, and the area’s hiking trails are quite renowned for their fantastic bluff-top views over the river.

Stunning Country Homes

Gadsden County is a fantastic choice for buyers seeking large acreage or equestrian properties, plantations or farmland, or even new construction or custom building options. With hundreds of acres of undeveloped land and natural areas, the county is home to numerous working plantations, farms, and equestrian centers. It’s also a great place for building homes from the ground up.

Great Schooling Options

Gadsden County public school students are served by Gadsden County School District, which educates about 5,600 students from grades Pre-K through 12. The district consists of four elementary, two middle, and four high schools (one of which is the Gadsden Technical Institute). There is also one K – 12 charter school (Crossroads Academy) and two magnet schools.

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