There is also Rapid River Township in Kalkaska County.
Rapid River is an unincorporated community of Masonville Township, Delta County in the U.S. state of Michigan.
It is situated on the northern end of the Little Bay de Noc at 45°55'37?N, 86°58'01?W, between the mouths of the Tacoosh and Rapid rivers with the mouth of the Whitefish River just to the east. U.S. Highway 2 passes through Rapid River and joins with U.S. Highway 41 just west of town; the two then run concurrently from Rapid River south to Escanaba. The ZIP code is 49878.
The community was first named Rapid Siding as a stop on the Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railroad. The name was recorded as Rapid River when the community was platted in 1887. The community never incorporated as a village.
The community is now known as a beautiful fishing community with world class walleye fishing opportunities.
Web Sites and Links
Buck Sporting Lodge and Triple Creek KennelsGuided deer and bear hunts, dog-sledding, fishing, and canoe trips on a private lake in the Hiawatha National Forest.
Nirvana ResortCabin rentals. Offering fishing and hunting, right off of Little Bay de Noc.
Rapid River Public SchoolsSchool calendar, lunch menu, and district information.
Rapid River Rustic, Inc.Log home designer offers drawings, photos and floorplan samples. Free brochure available.
Sall-Mar ResortBay De Noc area, fishing , hunting, and snowmobiling.