Fall in Lansing to Saginaw Region of Michigan

Enjoy the Fall Season in Michigan Life's Region 5 Lansing and Saginaw Area

Michigan Life's Region 5 Lansing and Saginaw Area including Clinton County, Genesee County, Gratiot County, Ingham County, Livingston County, Saginaw County, and Shiawassee County.

Fall in Region 5 Lansing and Saginaw Area

Fall foliage tours in our Lansing and Saginaw Area allow you to see brilliantly colored leaves in some of the most beautiful parts of the the state. Wonder backroads enjoying the orange, yellow and red leaves and crisp clean air that you can only find in Michigan, Enjoy Life, Michigan Life!

You have come to the right place if you want to see the magic fall colors of Michigan. Below you will find the best Fall Color Tours, Apple Orchards, Fall Hayrides, Pumpkin Patches, Ghost Tours and don't forget the scary Haunted houses!

What to See and Do in Region 5 -Lansing to Saginaw

The Children’s Zoo features a variety of animals ranging from small insects to our large Clydesdale Horses. We are currently home to over 150 animals (and that’s not including the thousands of insects!) year round.

Public planetarium shows, featuring the Digistar II projector, are scheduled for Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 P.M., and Sundays at 4:00 P.M. There are also special shows designed for families on Sundays at 2:30 P.M. Call the program information number (517) 355-4672, for exact show times and other information concerning the public shows.

Rediscover the wonders of the universe at Abrams Planetarium. The sky theatre features fantastic star shows produced by a computer graphics star projector. The planetarium also serves as an astronomy and space science education resource center.

Beaumont Tower is usually open to visitors during University Carillonneur Ray McLellan's weekly performances, which take place from noon to 12:30 p.m. on the day of student lessons.

Cooley Gardens belongs to the City of Lansing and is located just south of Lansing's central business district at Capitol Ave and Main St. Cooley Gardens is an eclectic garden, typical of formal estate gardens in the early part of the 20th century. It is composed of garden rooms enclosed by shrubbery, each with a different theme of planting.

Each year, Woldumar Nature Center - a private, non-profit environmental education organization - attracts some 40,000 visitors from across mid-Michigan.

Crossroads Village & the Huckleberry Railroad is an authentic Great Lakes town from the turn of the last century, with over 34 historic structures and a thriving community to welcome you. Ride the Huckleberry Railroad, catch a show at the Colwell Opera House or learn a trade from one of our craftspeople.