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Fountain Pointe Apartments is located in Grand Blanc, MI. We are only minutes from Walmart Supercenter and Sam’s Club.

Looking to live in the neighborhood of Grand Blanc, MI? Fountain Pointe Apartments has convenient access to I-75, I-69, I-475 and US 23 for a quick and easy commute. Our community is less than a 10-minute drive from several charming parks. We're also located only a short distance from an outstanding school district known for academic excellence, including Indian Hill Elementary, Grand Blanc East Middle School, and Grand Blanc Community High School. Downtown Grand Blanc is practically at your fingertips, less than a 10-minute drive away.

 

Top 5 Things to Do in Grand Blanc, MI

 

1. Crossroads Village & Huckleberry Railroad

Crossroads Village in Flint, MI


Crossroads Village & Huckleberry Railroad is an 1800s-era village beside a railroad track. The village has 34 historic houses and structures including a smithy.

The Huckleberry Railroad is a working trail track that goes by beautiful Mott Lake. The 40 minutes train ride is great fun for all ages! Check out the website for tickets prices.

N Bray Rd, Flint, MI 48505
(800) 648-7275
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2. Flint Children’s Museum

children museum in Michigan


The Flint Children’s Museum grew out of an exhibit at the Flint's Sloan Museum. In 1986, the Flint Children’s Museum was created. The children’s museum has operated out of Kettering University since 1993.

Now kids can enjoy exhibits such as Mr. Bones, The Discovery Zone, Recycled Rhythms, and The Tot Spot. The children’s museum is $6 to enter without a membership.

1602 University Ave, Flint, MI 48504
(810) 767-5437
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3. Flint City Bucks

Flint, MI pro soccer


The Flint City Bucks are a professional minor league soccer team that plays in Atwood Stadium. They have played their home games at Atwood Stadium since 2019. Before then, they competed in an indoor Ultimate Soccer Arenas.

The Bucks were created in 1995 and were formerly called the Michigan Bucks. The Bucks are an affiant of the Columbus Crew. The Bucks have won the three national titles in USL League Two. Go Bucks!

701 University Ave, Flint, MI 48503
(810) 762-9735
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4. Flint Institute of Arts

Flint Institute of Arts


The Flint Institute of Arts was founded in in 1928. It is currently the second biggest art museum in Michigan. The museum has over 8,000 pieces of art with a large collection of American and European paintings and sculptures.

The museum has traveling exhibitions during the year. The Flint Institute of Arts holds educational programs to serve the community.

1120 E Kearsley St, Flint, MI 48503
(810) 234-1695
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5. Creasey Bicentennial Park

park in downtown detroit


Creasey Bicentennial Park has a variety of sports fields: baseball diamonds, soccer fields, tennis courts, volleyball courts, and basketball courts. There is a large hill that can be used as a sledding hill in the winter.

This is a great park for all ages. It has a playground and a child splash pad. The park also has a dog park. The park is open until dusk.

1505 E Grand Blanc Rd, Grand Blanc, MI 48439
(810) 694-0101
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Top 5 Amazing Places to Eat in Flint, MI

Downtown Flint has been reinvigorated, and Flint has gone through a rebirth. There are many great restaurants in the Flint area, serving everything from barbeque to crepes. Here are five of the best in the city.

 

501 Bar and Grill

Bar, Bar Food, $

501 Bar and Grill is a Manhattan-style restaurant bar in downtown. The restaurant serves bar food such as portobello burgers and steak and gravy fries. They have served happy customers since 2009.

500 Saginaw St
Flint, MI, 48502
(810) 410-4392

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Café Rhema

Cafe, Bubble Tea Shop, American, $

Café Rhema is a great place to find your caffeine kick and hang out with friends. They serve tea and coffee. If you’re hungry, they have sandwiches and pastries. Sit down and have a chat at Café Rhema.

432 Saginaw St
Flint, MI, 48502
(810) 342-0511

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Cork on Saginaw

Bar, Bistro, Wine, $

Cork on Saginaw is a restaurant and wine bar in a renovated bank. The restaurant serves New American food such as grilled duck breast and shrimp & grits. They have 100 different bottles of from all over the world. Stop in and try some!

635 Saginaw St
Flint, MI, 48502
(810) 422-9625

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Freakin’ Unbelievable Burgers

Restaurant, American, Vegetarian, $

Freakin’ Unbelievable Burgers is a modern restaurant serving flipping good hamburgers. You can build your own burgers or pick one of the staff’s selections. Freakin’ Unbelievable Burgers also serves great local craft beer.

5100 Corunna Rd
Flint, MI, 48532
(810) 422-5428

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Hoffman’s Deco Deli & Café

Cafe, Deli, Restaurant, $

Hoffman’s Deco Deli & Café is a great restaurant deli in Downtown Flint. You can get the sandwich of the month, salads, and coffee at this friendly establishment. The deli bakes their own bread!

444 Saginaw St
Flint, MI, 48502
(810) 238-0074

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Schools in Grand Blanc, MI

Grand Blanc Community Schools
(810) 591-6000

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