Cass County is located at the junction of two rivers, Wabash and Eel, and is rich in history. In fact, the historic Michigan Byway passes through the county. You can also find museums housing train memorabilia, medical instruments, historic outfits, among other things. You’ve heard of the Indy 500 but what about the “Twelve Mile 500” lawnmower race? And then there is one of the three existing hand-carved and painted stationary Dentzel carousels (yes, adults can get rides too, just in case you were wondering!).
Are you looking to burn some of the extra calories you might have acquired in the previous few months? Cass County has many multi-use trails you can hike or bike on. For watersports enthusiasts, there’s canoeing. But if you’re looking for a more relaxing vacation, there are various options for golfing, spas, fishing and shopping. For foodies, there’s an excellent variety of restaurants serving a variety of cuisines. And with exceptional lodging options, it’s easy to plan a multi-day stay in Cass County.