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Cedar Lake, Michigan is an unincorporated community in Home Township, northern Montcalm County, in the central Lower Peninsula.

The main route through the community is M-46, which is also known as East Howard City Edmore Road. Edmore is 3.4 miles west of Cedar Lake, while Vestaburg is 5.3 miles east, Wyman is 6.5 miles northwest, and McBride is 7.1 miles southwest.

As an unincorporated community, there are no defined boundaries for Cedar Lake, but it is concentrated on the body of water by that name.

the community began as a railroad station for a Pere Marquette branch line that ran between Alma and Howard City, about four miles east of Edmore. A post office was established on July 26, 1876, with Frederick H. Harlin as its first postmaster. The village was platted that same year but never incorporated. Both the village and the lake were named for the cedar trees that grew at the edge of the lake.

The focal point of this guide is the village of Cedar Lake, Michigan. Websites representing businesses, schools, churches, organizations, attractions, or events in Cedar Lake are appropriate resources for this guide.

 

 

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