Planning an Interstate Move or Cross Country Move to Flint?
SureMove is the smart move when you need a moving truck rental.
Are you or someone you know in one of the households that's moving to or from Flint, MI—or the surrounding area—including Burton, Beecher and Saginaw? Then try Estes SureMove. It's the solution for people looking for a smarter alternative to full-service moving—whether it's across the state or across the country. How does SureMove work? First, we drop off one of our trailers at your home, and you pack and load it with your household goods. Then, we take the trailer to your new residence. You unload your belongings, move in…and save!
Located along the river that gave it its name, you'll find Flint about 65 miles northwest of Detroit. Flint is the county seat of Genesee County and has a population of about 105,000. Originally a stopover between Saginaw and Detroit, the city was settled in 1818 and incorporated in 1855. Flint was first known for its lumber production before becoming a leading builder of carriages. In the early 20th Century, the city traded its horses for horsepower and became the birthplace of General Motors. Flint's nicknames—The Auto City, Buick City and The Vehicle City—reflect the city's close ties with the automobile industry.
Maybe your moving truck rental will be taking your belongings to one of Flint's historic neighborhoods such as Carriage Town, the Grand Traverse Street District, River Village, Central Park, East Village and Woodcroft Estates. It's Historic Saginaw Street where you'll find restaurants, shopping and festivals. But wherever your new Flint address may be, you'll probably find it near one of the area's many parks and recreation facilities including Kearsley Park, Riverbank Park, Memorial Park, Ballenger Park and Seven Lakes State Park.
Flint also offers six area golf courses…plus four ski areas and a dozen campgrounds within an hour's drive. And if you like spectator sports, you're only an hour's drive away from major league teams in Detroit: the home of the Tigers (baseball), Lions (football) and Redwings (hockey).
What else is there to see and do in Flint? Popular attractions that you'll need to visit (or visit at least one more time if you're moving away from the area) include Crossroads Village & Huckleberry Railroad, the Flint Institute of Arts, Longway Planetarium, The Whiting, the Flint Children's Museum and Stepping Stone Falls. You also shouldn't miss the Sloan Museum, the Whaley House Museum, the Buick Automotive Gallery and the University of Michigan-Flint Theatre.
if you're one of the many people who will be relocating to or from Flint or the surrounding area this year, make sure that your move is with SureMove. Just call us toll-free at 866-347-2260 for more information about how we can help you with your Flint interstate or cross country move.