Lansing to Saginaw Region of Michigan

Enjoy Summertime 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.

Summertime in Region 5 Lansing and Saginaw Area

Region 5 Lansing and Saginaw Area

From Lansing to Saginaw - Michigan Life's Region 5 is full of exciting attractions and our State Capitol is in this region. Lansing is of course the Michigan State Capitol with a beautiful historic building that in itself is a tourist attraction and a must see for you and your family. As you travel towards Saginaw there are many must see's including the Children's Zoo at Celebration Square and the Mid-Michigan Children's Museum help make this region a favorite destination for the family vacation.

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

Welcome to Montrose Orchards! Still owned and operated by the Hill family, Montrose Orchards is a third generation farm. The orchard is nearly 200 acres strong with primary crops being apples, pumpkins, pears, asparagus, blueberries, strawberries, and cherries.

BAD Brewing Company is a small Microbrewery located in downtown Mason, MI which opened in the July of 2012. Our list of beers includes at least 4 house beers that will be on tap at all times with several more on a rotating basis. All of the beers are hand crafted by the owner, and new recipes are always in the works.

Welcome to the East Lansing Family Aquatic Center. This beautiful outdoor water facility provides a safe, family oriented aquatic experience for our community.

Timber Ridge Golf Club is Mid Michigan's "Up North" golf course. The rolling hills, tree lined fairways, wild life and outstanding course conditions give Timber Ridge Golf Club a feel that is only found in Northern Michigan.

The Ingham County Fair in Mason,Michigan is filled with wonderful memories and time spent with family and friends! The annual fair is a wonderful celebration of our heritage and the volunteers that have helped make the Fair what it is today!

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.

Historic Baldwin Park is the smallest of the Ingham County recreational jewels. Located along the Grand River, the park is named after the Baldwin family, early settlers from New York State and was probably used by local Native Americans as a camping ground, due to its favorable location.

Water sports, bonfires, friends, family, cookouts, and music are what The Grand Fish encompass.

Taps 25 is a cozy little beer bar located in the shadow of the state capitol. We serve craft beer, good spirits and decent grub. We have five TVs (which is quite a few for such a cozy joint), a foosball table and a staff that knows beer.

June 27, 2020

The Outdoor Expo & More in Lansing,Michigan is scheduled for usually mid June,

Deb and Dave Burgdorf have been making wine for over 30 years, and decided to make their hobby a business in 2005. Deborah Burgdorf has a M.S. degree in Microbiology with over 15 years of experience in fermentation, and Dave Burgdorf has a B.S. degree in Agriculture and 30 years of experience working with plants and conservation planning.

Although Beal Botanical Garden is an outdoor laboratory for students, the general public is warmly invited to make use of the garden to learn about and enjoy plants in a beautiful setting. The garden is open at all times throughout the year without an admission charge.

From the nine-hole layout of the 70’ to the current 27-hole Jerry Matthews reconfiguration completed in 1996, Eldorado has truly come of age. The large multi-level driving range and clubhouse, which seats up to 250 provides a clean, comfortable place to relax.

In the past forty years the Michigan State Trust for Railway Preservation and its Steam Railroading Institute have grown tremendously, now housing two steam locomotives, two diesel locomotives, and a fleet of passenger cars, plus numerous pieces of rolling stock.

August 1, 2020

The annual Frankenmuth’s Michigan Honey Festivalat Harvey Kern Pavilion on Weiss St in Frankenmuth.

Enjoy wine by the glass on our
outdoor tasting patio.
We offer a variety of fruit wines and
hard ciders in a unique
farm vineyard atmosphere.
Strawberries have arrived!!
Please call ahead at (810) 632-7692 for daily picking conditions.

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.

Come experience The Emerald, our 18-hole course provides quality playing conditions and one of the best values in the area. Whether you are just stopping by the pro shop for some gear or spending a day on the course, our friendly and courteous staff is always ready and waiting to assist you.

Purchase a Season Punch pass for all three (3) shows (includes dinner) and save $5! Season Punch Passes have 3 punches. Only one punch can be used for the musical. You will still need to call for reservations and then "pay" at the door by getting your pass punched.

August 9-16, 2020

Montrose Blueberry Festival featuring two parades, a blueberry mud bog, blueberry pancake breakfast, a blueberry festival Road Race (both a 5k and 8k route), wine & cheese tasting night, movie night, road race expo and so much more!

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