Adamsville is part of the Cass County, Michigan Area. Located in Southwest Michigan, just north of the Indiana border, Cass is home to a number of lakes, and as such is a popular fishing and boating destination.

Named for Lewis Cass, the Michigan Territorial Governor in 1829, when the county was created, Cass was a popular spot for settlers due to its fertile prairie. Known for its anti-slavery attitudes, Cass County was home to a number of prominent stops on the Underground Railroad.

Cass County is home to the Cassopolis Public School District, which is comprised of two schools: Sam Adams Elementary, and Ross Beatty Junior/Senior High School. The county is also home to higher education: The Southwestern Michigan College, a two-year, public community college. Interstate 94 is located just miles away in nearby Berrien County, and Amtrak service is available in Niles, located just miles from the center of the county.

The county is home to a number of parks and lakes, with Log Cabin Park, in Cassopolis, being a prime spot for all watersports; Don Horne Park hosts the area's sports facilities, including a baseball diamond. Stone Lake is a local favorite, with boating, fishing and sailing popular in the summer, and ice fishing in the winter.

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