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

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.

Wonch Park was purchased in 1969 from Theodore Wonch for $40,660 through the General Fund. This 15 acre park is nestled in a bend of the Red Cedar River and is a highly used recreation area.

With 540 acres of scenic woods, trails and beach, Burchfield Park is Ingham County's largest park.

We are steeped in 90 years of tradition. We embrace a bright, evolving future. You would think these two things were mutually exclusive but not at Walnut Hills.

Central Park is home to the Chemical City Band concerts during the summer months, which are held on Wednesday nights at 8:00 pm in the Ted Nicholson band shell.

Timber Ridge Golf Club is Mid Michigan's "Up North" golf course.

Chisholm Hills Banquet Center is a brand new facility as of the summer of 2004. The facility is capable of holding events from 25 to 400 guests.

We specialize in beginner lessons. We teach everyone how to be safe while riding by understanding the human/horse relationship.

The Saginaw Valley Rail Trail covers 9.55 miles of abandoned rail corridor in Saginaw County, stretching from St. Charles to Saginaw.

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