Situated in the lower corner of southwest Michigan, Cass County was initially developed by three bands of Native Americans in the early 19th century. It also served as branch of the Underground Railroad through the Civil War and became the residence of many slaves. Today, Cass County is a main agricultural hub and a traveler destination.
Cassopolis, the second-biggest municipality in the region, is residence to the Cass County Fair held through the latter part of the summer each year. Tractor pulls, motocross and destruction derbies are the impress highlights, in accumulation to 4-H exhibits and cattle judging. You can also like listening to live music, watching a parade with the pale king and queen, and eating fair favorites like corn dogs, elephant ears and cotton candy.
No trip to Edwardsburg is entire devoid of a end at Lunker's, one of the main hunting and fishing supply stores in the country. Outside enthusiasts will wonder at the assortment of apparatus and clothes obtainable. The store's decoration includes numerous enormous aquariums, a hand-painted sky on the ceiling and a river that flows through the display area. In the center of the store is Angler's Inn, a restaurant that features the "Lunkasaurus Challenge," a 64-ounce top sirloin steak complimentary to anybody who can consume it in one hour.