Saginaw County is located in Mid-Michigan in an area known as the Tri-Cities area, comprised of Saginaw, Midland and Bay City. It has approximately 800 square miles of space and 200,000 residents. This area includes agricultural land, forests, waterways and industrial locations. Saginaw, while offering a quiet living location, is close to many metropolitan areas. It is close to major industrial areas such as Flint and Detroit, while also offering access to lakes, recreation and the Upper Peninsula to the North.
Saginaw offers terrific schooling options for children and reasonably priced homes for purchase. Very close to Saginaw, you’ll find many attractions including the Bavarian architecture in Frankenmuth that attracts almost 3 million visitors each year; the MBS Airport; and the Chesaning Showboat in Chesaning.
Old Saginaw City has beautiful mid-to-late 19th century architecture on Court Street and many points of interest along the river on Hamilton Street. Enjoy some culture and theater at Michigan’s oldest community theater at Pit & Balcony. Saginaw also has the Japanese Tea House, the Saginaw Art Museum, the Castle Museum of Saginaw County History, the Temple Theater, and so much more.