Moving to Saginaw, Michigan
When you move to Saginaw you’ll experience first-hand all of the beauty and attractions that the Great Lakes State of Michigan has to offer. From the Saginaw River as well as the Saginaw Bay (of Lake Huron), you will have endless nature-watching and relaxation opportunities year-round. Whether its boating on a waterway, fishing from the banks of a pier, walking along the Saginaw Riverwalk, or Ice Fishing in the Annual "Shiver on the River," there is something everyone can enjoy after moving to Saginaw. Nature lovers will appreciate taking an adventurous local tour of one of the largest wetland ecosystems in Michigan, the Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge. During the wintertime, families will love visiting Hoyt Park, home to the largest outdoor skating rink in the area. It even includes a newly renovated warming house. During summertime families have an opportunity to visit Saginaw’s Fourth of July Fireworks event, which is highlighted from nearby Ojibway Island.
Saginaw’s diverse makeup also lends to a host of amazing cultural activities and events throughout the city. The city’s arts and culture attractions draw people from all over thanks to the Japanese Cultural Center and Tea House, the historic Temple Theatre, Mid-Michigan's Children's Museum and Children's Zoo at Celebration Square, and the historic Castle Museum.
Sports fans moving to Saginaw will also enjoy “The Dow,” which is home to The Saginaw Spirit Hockey Club, a member of the Ontario Hockey League, as well as the Saginaw Sting, a member of the Continental Indoor Football League. The Dow Event Center also hosts local concerts and shows both inside and at the new outside venue – First Merit Bank Event Park bringing new life to the downtown area’s dining scene and more. With so many things to do year-round in Saginaw, it is an ideal place for anyone to call home.