Located minutes from the Saginaw Bay
within Lake Huron, Saginaw Charter Township has all of the amenities and conveniences recognized in a modern city area, while maintaining a small, traditional feel. The quaint, quiet community features its own community school system, with three private and one public high school at the capstone. The Saginaw Valley State University
campus is nearby as well. Township is an area known for its agriculture and manufacturing bases. Today, the most prominent features of the area lie in the beautiful landscapes, forests and park systems. Check out some of the most prominent attractions and places to visit in Saginaw Township, and the entire adjacent Tri-City area as well.Things to Do:
• Castle Museum
– 500 Federal Ave, Saginaw, MI
Originally constructed as the town post office in 1898, the castle building today serves as the Castle Museum of Saginaw County History. Over the years, the building has faced multiple efforts for demolition, making it a cherished local monument today. The museum features a variety of signature, temporary and stand-alone exhibits throughout, offering a great experience for anyone interested in the history of the historic area.
• Midland Center for the Arts
– 1801 St. Andrews St, Midland, MI
The Midland Center for the Arts brings themes such as art, science, history, theater, dance and many more all under one roof. The center features performances, lectures, classes and exhibits throughout the year touching on a variety of subjects. Shows rotate every few weeks, and upcoming show information and tickets can be found on their website.
• Saginaw Zoo
– 1730 S Washing Ave, Saginaw, MI
Operating completely funded via voluntary donations and daily visitor revenues, the Saginaw Childrens Zoo offers the classic zoo feel. Wandering around the park allows visitors to discover animal exhibits such as prairie dogs, penguins, alligators, monkeys and an underwater viewing cave. Circling the park is a train track offering daily rides, and a carousel and childrens park is available as well.
• Ojibway Island
– Saginaw, MI
Located along the Saginaw River, this island park is calm, relaxing escape from the daily bustle found in the center of the city. Ojibway Island hosts annual events such as the WKCQ Country Music Festival, and fireworks every Fourth of July. The island park is utilized as a prime spot to briefly escape the business of everyday schedules, and take in the beauty that Saginaw offers all around the city.
• Johnsons Pumpkin Farm
– 4715 N Portsmouth Rd, Saginaw, MI
The classic fall-season family activity, Johnsons Pumpkin Farm offers all the activities a pumpkin farm is expected to offer. The farm features an on-site 13 acre corn maze, along with miniature mazes for younger kids, a craft store, pumpkin picking and "The Barn", a snack bar selling snack and lunch options. With free admission, visitors only pay for what they choose to do at the farm, and it is a classic fall activity!
• Delta College Planetarium
– 100 Center Ave, Bay City, MI
Funded by NASA, the $8.75 million facility is the home of a 360-degree planetarium theater, classrooms, an observation desk and classrooms with computer labs. The planetarium schedules a variety of shows in their theater, varying by the season and show type. Planetarium show times can be found on their website, and ticket prices are all extremely reasonable.
• Freeland Sports Zone
– 5690 Midland Rd, Freeland, MI
A 72,000 square foot facility found in Freeland, MI offers a plethora of fitness programs and classes for all ages. Fitness amenities include a field house, with multiple basketball courts, a spin room, and a sports development wing. This wing features an indoor turf and miniature hockey arena setup, for sports development and rehabilitation purposes. The facility also features a gym containing free weights and weight machines. You can also find a community hall, multipurpose room, and child care center on site.Places to Eat:
– 3055 Tittabawassee Rd, Saginaw, MI
An American-style restaurant and bar with a modernistic feel, Harveys Bar and Grill features a variety of seafood, steak, chicken and pasta dishes. Serving up lunch and dinner, Harvey’s is a quality food stop for a fair price. Beyond food, they offer an extensive specialty drink and martini menu as well.
– 3095 Tittabawassee Rd, Saginaw, MI
American fare with Irish hospitality, the traces of Irish qualities found in the name itself can lead consumers to imagine what the menu and feel of the restaurant may be like. The menu offers a variety of Irish-themed dishes, such as the Irish Country Pot Roast entree and Irish Dip appetizer. In true Irish form, the menu emphasizes their beer and wine selection as well.
– 3870 Bay Road, Saginaw, MI
One of the best Japanese steakhouses and Asian cuisine restaurants to be found in Saginaw, Genjis has a menu ranging from classic Sushi dishes to full steakhouse meals. Entrees are priced to eat, with a few weekly specials to take advantage of. If you are a return visitor to Genjis, they offer a members club, featuring discounts and specials.
• Cotys Landing
– 777 Midland Rd, Saginaw, MI
With nightly entertainment, a variety of weekly specials and a fun, welcoming atmosphere, Cotys is a favorite hang-out spot amongst many locals. They are open for lunch and dinner, and are a common "night-out" location for the 21-and-over crowd. It is generally busy, and the space features a dance floor and pool tables.
• Diamond Jims
– 101 East Main Street, Midland, MI
Diamond Jims is a restaurant working hard to create a new atmosphere in an old location. The restaurant is housed at the location of an old restaurant and bar, and the new ownership has worked to diversify them from the old reputation. They feature multiple entrée styles, especially favoring buffet-style dining. They are known for their nighttime entertainment, consisting of a variety of live bands and entertainment, with an extensive drink menu.Quick Links:
• Saginaw Post Office
• Saginaw Police Department
• Saginaw Fire Department
• Saginaw Valley State University
Two properties owned and managed by Aspen Square Management are located in prestigious Saginaw Township, Michigan. Township Square boasts the most impressive amenities in all of Township including an indoor-outdoor pool, a brand new fitness center, tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, as well as an indoor basketball court. Living at Township Square truly offers an active, social life-style. Newly renovated one to three bedroom apartment homes in Saginaw Township are available as convenient “by-the-bed” rental options as well.
Township Court offers spacious apartment homes with newly renovated open kitchens. Carports are available to all residents while some apartment homes offer full garages and washer/dryer connections. Beautifully landscaped courtyards make spending time relaxing outdoors enjoyable for our residents. Both properties also offer exciting opportunities for Saginaw Valley State University off campus student housing as well.
Allow us to exceed your Saginaw Township, Michigan apartment living expectations at either of our Saginaw Township apartment communities.