Step into Crossroads Village and experience life as it was in the small towns scattered across Flint and Genesee County more than 100 years ago. With its 35 historic structures, Villagers, in period dress, welcome visitors, of all ages, into their homes, mills and shops dating back to the 1800s. Follow the wooden walks to the post office, schoolhouse, the General Store, cider mill and Victorian-era homes.
Experience the "modern" way travelers moved across the county, and the country, in the early 1900s during a 40-minute scenic ride on the narrow gauge Huckleberry Railroad. It's an authentic journey back to a time when huckleberries grew alongside the track, and the coaches, with their etched glass and leather seats, offered a bit of elegance for travelers as they rolled through the countryside. Also, pick your pony and hold on tight for a ride on a 1912 Charles W. Parker carousel or take a 45-minute excursion on the beautiful Genesee Belle, a paddlewheel riverboat popular during Mark Twain's time.