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Life in Michigan's capital has so much to offer. Lansing combines a small-town feel with exciting attractions making it an attractive place to live. This vibrant city is home to the Michigan State Capitol, Old Town, and the sprawling campus of Michigan State University. Residents enjoy cultural attractions like the Impression 5 Science Center, diverse dining, scenic parks, and trails along the Grand River. With a mix of cultural attractions, performing arts, colleges, and outdoor activities, Lansing is more than a place to call home. It's an adventure.
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Sunset Ridge is a beautiful and affordable manufactured home community. Whether taking an evening stroll, a bike ride around the neighborhood, or enjoying one of the community amenities, you and your family will make memories at this community in Portland.View Community about Sunset Ridge
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Lansing?
You’ll never lack for extraordinary architecture, beautiful gardens, enchanting art galleries, fabulous food, or outdoor adventures in Lansing. Don’t miss:
- Michigan 4-H Children's Garden
- W.J. Beal Botanical Garden
- Remembrance Memorial
- Impression 5 Science Center
- Michigan History Center
- Abrams Planetarium
- Frandor Shopping Center
- Potter Park Zoo
- REO Town Marketplace
- Lansing Mall
- Voodoo's World of Oddtiques
- What are the best places to eat in Lansing?
From farm-to-table to great barbecue to fine dining, Lansing has it all to tempt food lovers. Don't miss Fidler’s on The Grand, Meat BBQ, the Cosmos, Capital Prime, or American Fifth Spirits.
- What is Lansing best known for?
Lansing, the capital of Michigan, is also the birthplace of the Oldsmobile. The city’s car manufacturing roots are evident throughout the city, as is the natural beauty of the Grand and Red Cedar Rivers.
- How is the weather in Lansing?
Enjoy Lansing’s warm, sunny summers and snowy winters. Temperatures seldom dip below -1°F or rise above 90°F. Warm-weather tourism typically peaks from mid-June to early September.
- Does Lansing have public transportation?
The Capital Area Transporation Authority provides bus routes throughout Lansing and the surrounding areas. Paratransit services and 24/7 MSU campus buses, Uber, Lyft, and the city's Share-A-Bike Program are other transportation options.