Central Michigan

Central Michigan is a region of the state that had a population of 1,879,076 (2010 Census). Most area residents live in and around the hub cities of Flint, Lansing, Saginaw, Midland, and Bay City.



South Central Michigan

Flint area

Tri-Cities Area

The Tri-Cities are in bold.

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Other destinations


Central Michigan is not a cosmopolitan area. The largest city is Lansing, only containing 400,000 people (if you count the suburbs). Most of the land is pleasant, flat farmland, with modest groves of trees and the occasional small town.

Get in

The main roads leading into Central Michigan are I-69, I-75, I-94, and I-96.

By plane

Get around

By car

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Most of the main roads in the Thumb are State Roads:



Go next

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