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...a rural community that is at the heart of Mid-America and the historic crossroads of US Highways 63 and 36.

Macon was platted in 1856, and like the county, was was named for Nathaniel Macon. A post office called Macon City was established in 1856, and the name was changed to Macon in 1892.

Macon is a city with a rich cultural heritage and strong vision for the future. The town offers the amenities of a small friendly city with the advantages of a growing city. Cultural, social, civic, and educational opportunities create an excellent quality of life. Macon is known as the "City of Maples" with over 275,000 maple trees. 

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Americas Best Value Inn & Suites | Online Booking

Comfort Inn & Suites | On Facebook

Depot Inn & Suites (LaPlata) | Online Booking

Long Branch State Park | Campground Booking

Phillips Place Bed & Breakfast | Online Booking

Shoemaker's RV Park (Bevier) | Online Booking

Super 8 by Wyndham | Online Booking

Welcome Travelier Motel | On Facebook

-Historic Downtown District featuring:

        385 Nutrition

        A Friend with a Truck-Furniture & More

        Another Time

        Ben Franklin

        C.A. Shoush Company

        Maple City Roasters

        Miller’s Rexall Drugstore-featuring an old fashioned soda fountain

        West Winery

        West Mercantile

-Entertainment and Activities: 

        Carousel Community Theatre

        Lolli Brothers Livestock

        Longbranch Lake State Park-beach, fishing, boating Marina, hiking and cycling

        Maples Repertory Theatre

        Macon Cinema

        Macon Country Club 9-Hole Golf Course

        Macon Skate Center

        The Island​-Mini golf, batting cages

Stay a while and enjoy our community!

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In 2019 the EFP served over 2,300 Macon Co. citizens. Individuals may utilize the EFP at any point during the year, without needing to meet state requirements, and can receive much needed help up to four times every year in this capacity.

If you would like to donate physical supplies, your time, or have an inquiry please contact the Emergency Food Pantry via phone at (660) 395-3663.

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