Explore Our Manufactured Home Communities In Flint, MI
Flint, Michigan, offers a unique living experience with a mix of attractions and cultural richness. This renaissance city offers a revitalized downtown district with a mix of restaurants, bars, shopping, and events. Residents can explore the Flint Institute of Arts and enjoy outdoor activities at the For-Mar Nature Preserve. See shows at Flint Cultural Center and discover amazing exhibits at the Longway Planetarium and the Sloan Museum of Discovery. With a strong sense of community, excellent schools, and an ongoing transformation, Flint is a wonderful city where it's easy to lay down roots.
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Tucked into a country setting, Broadview Estates is where the natural beauty of Michigan meets gorgeous, manufactured home living. Our tranquil community offers small-town charm and numerous amenities, including a beautiful clubhouse, playgrounds, and basketball courts, as well as easy access to restaurants, shopping, and entertainment.View Community about Broadview Estates
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Cider Mill Crossings
Located in Fenton, between Ann Arbor and Flint, our community offers new and pre-owned homes with open floor plans for lease or purchase. The neighborhood features a new clubhouse with a kitchen, fitness center, heated swimming pool, and children's splash pad - the perfect place to call home.View Community about Cider Mill Crossings
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Flint?
There are plenty of things to do in Flint. Not only does it have a rich automotive history, but Flint also provides a multitude of scientific, artistic, and cultural experiences year-round. Some of the quintessential things to do and see in Flint are:
- Flint Farmers’ Market
- Flint Jazz Festival
- Sloan Museum of Discovery
- Michigan Storytellers Festival
- Crim Festival of Races
- Flint Children’s Museum
- Back to the Bricks Car Show
- The Mounds Off-Road Vehicle Park
- For-Mar Nature Preserve & Arboretum
- Mt. Holly Ski and Snowboard Resort
- Stockton House Museum
- What are the best places to eat in Flint?
If it’s one thing that Flint isn’t short on (aside from automobiles), it’s great places to eat. Flint has a great assortment of casual restaurants, fine dining, cafés, and international cuisine. Some standouts include Dom’s Diner, Xolo, and Sauce Italian American Kitchen.
- What is Flint best known for?
Best known for being the birthplace of General Motors, Flint remains a home of the largest automaker in the United States. The Flint Cultural Center is also a staple of the Midwestern city and houses the Alfred P. Sloan Museum, the Flint Institute of Arts, the Flint Institute of Music, and the Longway Planetarium.
- How is the weather in Flint?
The weather in Flint has been described as relatively cloudy throughout the year. Although the summers are warm, the winters are known to be windy, freezing, and snowy. Temperatures range from 17°F to 82°F.
- Does Flint have public transportation?
Yes. Flint’s Mass Transit Authority (MTA) provides regional and fixed city bus routes. Flint also has three Amtrak passenger rail routes that connect riders to the Michigan cities of Port Huron, Grand Rapids, and Detroit as well as Chicago, Illinois. Greyhound buses are also available for multiple locations around Michigan from Flint.