About the Village of Edwardsburg, MI
Edwardsburg is a village in Cass County, northeast of South Bend. The population was 1,259 at the 2010 census. It is part of the South Bend–Mishawaka, IN-MI, metropolitan area, often referred to as “Michiana.” Because of it’s excellent schools and three beautiful lakes it has become a bedroom community for people who work in either Elkhart or South Bend, Indiana.
These clean and mostly spring-fed lakes are a popular summer retreat for residents of Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and eastern Michigan because of the easy weekend commute. The most popular lakes in the Edwardsburg zipcode are:
- Christiana Lake
- Eagle Lake
- Juno Lake
K-12 Education needs are met by Edwardsburg Public Schools. The district is composed of 5 school buildings, a Performing Arts Center, and numerous athletic fields. In addition to athletics, Edwardsburg also boasts a flight III Marching Band.
- Edwardsburg Public Schools
- Lewis Cass Intermediate School District (special education, instructional services, and career technical education coordination for Cass and Berrien County local school districts)
- Edwardsburg Historical Museum (events on Chamber website)
Parks & Recreation
The parks of Cass County Michigan are one of the little-known natural wonders of southwestern Lower Michigan. Cass County’s mission is to provide quality park facilities for all segments of our population. They strive to enhance the quality of life for county residents and park visitors through active citizen involvement, planned growth, and professional stewardship of Cass County parks. Check out the diverse number of recreational activities offered by Cass County Parks & Recreation Department.
Edwardsburg is situated at the crossroads of M-62, and US 12. The Canadian National railroad tracks run through the village. The village is serviced by the Niles Amtrak Station, and the South Bend Regional Airport,both of which are in the greater Michiana area. The Indiana Toll Road, runs East-West three miles South of the village.