Baroda is a town in Berrien County in the U.S. province of Michigan. The populace was 873 at the 2010 statistics. The town is inside Baroda Township.The first white pilgrims began to touch base in the 1830s and started clearing the land, depleting the bogs, and building homes and ranches.According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has an aggregate zone of 0.72 square miles 1.86 km2, all land.
As of the census2 of 2010, there were 873 individuals, 381 family units, and 229 families living in the town. The populace thickness was 1,212.5 occupants for each square mile 468.1/km2. There were 407 lodging units at a normal thickness of 565.3 for each square mile 218.3/km2.