Rodeway Inn Airport
2325 Austin Parkway
Flint, MI 48507
Phone: (810) 232-7777
Fax: (810) 232-9671
2325 Austin Parkway, Flint, MI, US, 48507
- Phone: (810) 232-7777
- Fax: (810) 232-9671
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Serving the city of Flint, the Central Church of the Nazarene is a modern place of worship that hosts weekly prayer service and events for people of all ages. Apart from the regular prayer services, the church organizes various events like concerts, community services and lectures, involving the members of the church belonging to different age groups. Visit the Central Church of the Nazarene and be a part of this culturally-inclined place of worship.
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Located just 66 miles from Detroit, Flint is set along the banks of the scenic Flint River. Certainly not one of the more popular cities in urban America, this one however is known for being the birth town of the General Motors Corporation. The climate in Flint ranges from biting cold winters to warm, humid warms with intermittent rain showers. The Michigan Renaissance Festival is annually held here.
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The First Baptist Church of Grand Blanc is a noted historic church on South Saginaw Street in Grand Blanc, Michigan. It was constructed in 1851. The Sunday School and Bible study are fine programs arranged to impart Biblical knowledge. Built in the Greek Revival style of architecture, the church building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.
This recreation area features basketball courts, baseball and softball diamonds, tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, hiking trails, playground, two pavilions, and a concession stand.
Located in the Genesee County of Michigan, Flushing was named by Charles Seymour who was originally from Flushing in New York. Once a bustling rail road town, this city now plays host to a number of yearly festivals such as Flushing Summerfest, Walleye Festival, Irish Night and River Nature Trail.
The West Vienna United Methodist Church dates back to the 1880s era and one cannot miss the beauty of this stunning church while passing through the West Wilson Road. The church is also actively involved in organizing cultural programs that bring the community together.
Goodrich traces its history back to 1835 when Enos, Moses and Levi Goodrich bought 1000 acres of land and settled here. Previously known as Atlas, today Goodrich is full of century-old buildings that lend a dreamy feeling to the shady streets and leafy avenues. A visit here won't disappoint.
Holly is a lovely village located in the Holly Township. Steeped in history, its origins date back to 1831. Its scenic landscape of wetlands, lakes and parks offer a myriad of trails and outdoor activities. Local attractions include the Shiawassee River Heritage Water Trail, Seven Lakes State Park and Mount Holly ski resort. The vibrant community organizes popular cultural events like the Michigan Renaissance Festival and Holly Dickens Festival.