Celebrate the Winter Season in Lansing to Saginaw Region of Michigan

Wintertime in Lansing to Saginaw Area

Winter fun begins with Cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and winter hiking in 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.

Winter in Michigan's Region 5 Lansing and Saginaw Area

Enjoy the Winter Season Season in Lansing to Saginaw Areas

When the weather turns colder the outdoor sports heat up and Michigan offers the best in wintertime fun and you can find it all right here. Let's start with a little Skiing do you prefer Cross Country Skiing or Downhill Skiing and don't forget the exciting action of Snowboarding! Maybe a little hockey or figure Ice Skating is more your style. Rated number 1 for Family Fun in the wintertime includes Sledding, Tobogganing, and Snow Tubing! Looking for high energy adventure to cross of your bucket list? Here are Dog Sledding Adventures and Snowmobiling Trails. Finally there are all kinds of Winter Events to enjoy in Michigan.

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

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.

You may not be able to meet James and Marion Turner, but you can feel their smiles and maybe.... catch their pioneering spirit.

Saginaw Valley Rail Trail is 9.2-mile trail is a great choice for your year around recreation. The Saginaw Valley Rail Trail always beautiful, but especially so in autumn when fall foliage is reaching peak colors.

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.

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.

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.

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.

The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University is committed to exploring international contemporary culture and ideas through art. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid, the museum features a striking façade of pleated stainless steel and glass, signaling the museum and the university’s dynamic vision.

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.

A true farm market of Michigan offering fresh Michigan fruit and our own fresh vegetables. We are known for high quality plants, fruits, and vegetables. Also farm has 2 goat mountains, mint tours by appt., and 3 miles long fall wagon rides.

pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn, apples, wagon rides

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