Midland County Reviews
Rating 3.86 out of 5 35 reviews
Midland is a very friendly and safe community that has a lot of awesome workplaces and opportunities. We have almost everything we need in Midland County. There is a lot of fun activities as well such as Dow Gardens, Movie Theatres, Local Restaurants & Businesses, Rail Trail, and the one and only Tridge.
Midland is one of the best places to raise a family. It is a safe town with a good public school system. It is relatively small but there are still things to do and great trails for outdoor activities.
Very safe and peaceful. I could see bright futures coming out of this town due to low violence and crime levels and all around calm atmosphere. 5/5 stars!
Midland is a small niche community. With the ups and downs of DOW, Midland is having a hard time growing. I enjoyed living in Midland for the small town feel and close proximity to larger cities. Great summer weather, harsh winters.
I have lived in midland Michigan my entire life and I love the opportunity to be involved and I love the chances to do things outdoors and love all of the places to enjoy it
Great diversity in Midland, Family fun, restaurants, and shopping. Arts and Performing Arts accessible to all, and farmers markets on the weekends. The lakes and rivers add to outdoor fun.
Midland is a welcoming community with lots of things to do and see. Shopping is good although housing is a bit overpriced for the area.
Midland County is a family friendly area with many opportunities not often seen in an area this size (i.e. Midland Center for the Arts, Dow Gardens, Tennis Center, Midland Community Center, Chippewa Nature Center, etc.).
Midland County is affordable with easy access to other parts of the state. There are plenty of arts and theatre, and colleges nearby. As well as Dow Chemical. Dow Gardens, and other unique traits. There is plenty of local shopping too, and we do have national retailers in the area.
I would like more knowledge of the negative that is happening around Midland County as it happens instead of reading it in the papers from the surrounding cities.
Midland is a small town that most would drive through without noticing but if you take the time to stop you will learn that it is the home of the billion-dollar company, DOW Corning. It is also home to a University and a strong community that is always busy. The traffic is tolerable and only bogs down during rush hour and there are main staples for shopping but if you are really looking for something to do you most likely will have to travel.
Midland is a small-town feel, and there are a variety of nice shops and places to visit. Dow gardens is a nice place to spend some time outdoors. In the summer the farmer's market is definitely worth a visit, and the Tridge a local landmark.
I have loved growing up in Midland, and there are so many adventures and memories from my childhood that are unique to a town like Midland. I love going to Loons games in the summer time or riding bikes around the Tridge. There was a time when my friends and I even Kayaked through some of the flooded areas during the spring time (don't worry, that doesn't happen often). The schools I studied more than prepared me not only for college, but now graduate school. Midland is filled with resources and opportunities available not only for entertainment, but for those beginning their careers, students, those looking to start new businesses, or simply find a friendly, welcoming city to be a part of. Additionally, it is close to many great places, and being a part of the Tri-Cities, other opportunities are only a short drive away, making Midland seem to be the perfect spot to be.
Midland is an excellent town. Safe, plenty of activities to do. City forest provides opportunity to hike and bike on trails, and downtown Midland is becoming more happening with apartment complexes being built.
I love Midland. Wonderful place to raise a family. There are great restaurants on both sides of town and plenty of entertaining things to do.
Great schools, lots of cultural and educational enrichment opportunities for children and adults. Beautifully wooded and thoughtfully designed city with an eye toward the future.
Growing smaller town of around 40,000. Local businesses are investing in their community, new minor sports teams, beautification downtown. New original restaurants and store fronts near the Tridge. Several golf spots. An abundance of parks and trees. A safe town with nationally ranked schools.