Located along the shores of the Kennebec River in the Western Foothills, Madison was incorporated in 1804 as Maine's 150th town.
Beautiful vistas, plenty of outdoor activities and a relaxed atmosphere make Madison an attractive location for visitors and residents alike. Fly-fishing, hiking and biking and river paddling make for great fun in the spring, summer and fall while miles of trails are groomed for snowmobiling, cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.
Madison's downtown area has lots to offer all within walking distance. Renys Department Store, Campbells True Value Hardware and Taylors Drug are the anchors of a downtown district that also includes eateries, banking, groceries, sporting goods, hair salons and barber shops.
On the shores of Lake Wesserunsett the famous Lakewood Theatre offers nine shows each summer. Lakewood remains the nation's longest running summer theatre. If golf is your game, the Lakewood area is home to an 18 hole course which includes a challenging par 6.
Whether you stay for a visit or a lifetime, you'll see why Madison is a great place to live work and play.