is a small city located in the southwest corner of Osceola County in the west central portion of Michigan's lower peninsula. The city is within an hours drive from Grand Rapids, Traverse City, Ludington and Midland. Two Rails-To-Trails intersect in the City making it the center of the premier trails system in the state. Reed City
is a crossroads community because it was originally at the intersection of two railroad systems that bisected the state. It is now at the crossroads of two major US Highways – 131 and 10 – that bisect the state. This provides easy access to other parts of the state. Click Here
for a detailed map of Reed City.
Reed City Contact Information:
Reed City Area Chamber of Commerce: 231-832-5431,
200 North Chestnut. Send Mail to: Reed City Area Chamber of Commerce PO Box 27, Reed City Michigan, 49677
City Manager or DPW: 231-832-2245
City Offices: 227 East Lincoln Avenue, Reed City Michigan, 49677
DDA Executive Director: 231-832-5431,
The Old Rugged Cross Museum
, which houses the artifacts of Rev. George Bennard (author of the world's most beloved hymn – the Old Rugged Cross) . Visit the museum daily from 1-4 p.m. every day, May 1 thru Mid-October, or call 231.832.3053 for more information. Take a tour of the museum here.
The Old Rugged Cross Historical Museum
is an outgrowth of a memorial cross erected and dedicated on September 14, 1954, north of Reed City at the site of Rev. and Mrs. George Bennard's home. Rev. Bennard was the author of the well-loved hymn, "The Old Rugged Cross," written in 1913. more >>