Branch County is situated in beautiful southern Michigan, midway between Chicago and Detroit, on the Old Sauk Trail, now known as U.S. 12 Heritage Route. In 1829, the county was named after John Branch, then Secretary of the Navy, under President Andrew Jackson.  The county seat is Coldwater, presently the county’s largest city.
Interstate 69 runs north and south through the middle of the county, making access easy to I-94 to the north at Marshall, MI and then to the south is 80/90 toll road in Angola, IN.

The county is made up by the friendly communities of Quincy, Bronson, Union City and the county seat of Coldwater. In each of these relaxing towns you will find home-town festivals which bring out each town’s personality. Along with the festivals, you will find boutique shops and lakes near each one which gives you a place to escape to. With two chains of lakes and numerous single lakes in Branch County, you will find your desire to fish or take part in water sports can be met right here in Branch County.

You want something else to do? Well, right here you are…GOLF…. each community has a golf course. Or, if you just want to practice your swing or purchase new equipment, you can stop at Branch County’s golf super store, the Foundation Golf Center, during any season. Their practice facility has heated tee stalls so you can work year round on your swing. Or, you can go to a drive-in movie at the Capri Drive-In or ride the Little River Railroad steam engine rides, and then go visit the Minnetonka Moccasin shop. If you enjoy the live theatre, take in a live theatre presentation at the Historic Tibbits Opera House.

Just about anything you will want to do is part of the life you can lead here in beautiful Branch County.

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