Get to Know Our Saginaw, TX, Community

Do you live or work in Saginaw, TX? Get to know the city and the surrounding area! All Storage is proud to be part of the Saginaw community, and we look forward to supporting our neighbors through their business and life transitions. We have put together a Guide to Saginaw to highlight the very best our area has to offer.


Get to Know Saginaw, TX

Population: 23,835

Median Rent: $1,378

Median Home Value: $184,800

Our small city might feel rural, but it has grown to almost five times the size it was in 1990. With low crime rates and easy access to Dallas and Fort Worth, it is no wonder families and professionals choose to settle down in our area. See what makes our city special!

Train & Grain History

Two major railroad lines run through the center of Saginaw—operated by Union Pacific and BNSF. The railways have been the city’s driving support for industry since the late 1800s when the railroad made Saginaw its last stop on southbound routes to Fort Worth. Since then, the city grew its grain storage and milling facilities from the opportunities. Saginaw’s Ardent Mills Flour Mill (Cargill, Inc.) originated as Burrus Mills, which acted as the broadcasting location for western swing band “The Lightcrust Dough Boys.”

Things to Do in Saginaw

There are year-round opportunities for fun, adventure, and community. The City of Saginaw hosts its Train & Grain Festival in October—It has something for everyone with live music, a bake-off, and activities for the kids.

Get Outside

Saginaw has seven parks spread across the area for you to enjoy recreation activities. Get outside for some fresh air, or use the facilities to rent for an event. Amenities include pavilions, gazebos, and a softball field (Willow Creek Park). Kids can choose from the city’s selection of park playgrounds, and parents can take advantage of the Community Center, Recreation Center, and Aquatic Center for other physical activity opportunities for the entire family.

Eagle Mountain Lake is another must-see Saginaw attraction, about 20 minutes away. The reservoir and surrounding landscape provide a beautiful scene for hiking, swimming, fishing, and playing. The lake spans about 8,700 acres with room for fun for every season. Lake Worth is another body of water just south of Eagle Mountain Lake that gives you easy access to boating, fishing, and adventure.

A Short Drive Away in Fort Worth

  • Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District – What was once a livestock market is now a huge celebration of Texas’ cattle industry, home to shopping, entertainment, and a variety of saloons. Since Fort Worth is referred to as the “Where the West Begins,” the Stockyards has fully taken on title. Find handcrafted boots, cool off with a pint in one of the western-themed bars, and visit the weekly rodeo!
  • Texas Motor Speedway – Another classic Fort Worth stop is Texas Motor Speedway. Whether you get to see a race or stop in for a racing experience, it is one to add to the bucket list.
  • Fort Worth Zoo – The nearby zoo has events going for every season. You can spend the day with the family, or look into the various day and education programs offered.
  • Bass Performance Hall – The arts scene flourishes in Fort Worth. In addition to museums, like the The Modern Art Museum and Kimbell Art Museum, you can treat yourself to orchestra and symphony performances by some of the area’s finest musicians at Bass Performance Hall.

Settle in with Self Storage from All Storage

Are you planning a move soon? All Storage’s convenient online storage rental process makes it easy to find and rent self storage near you. As you unpack and settle in, leave your belongings under the care of our secure facility. You can keep all your items organized as you focus on renovating and decorating. And you can take your time unpacking room by room.

Our storage facility on North Old Decatur Road offers indoor storage units for any situation. Rent small as a place to keep your seasonal items, or find a large storage unit to assist with projects like moves or commercial storage. Our storage unit size guide and online storage calculator can both assist you in finding the best amount of storage to rent to handle your load. Reserve your storage unit online today!

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Katie Mest

About the Author: Katie Mest is a Content Marketing Specialist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She specializes in writing about the self storage industry, including storage tips and helpful resources. Outside of work, Katie enjoys spending time exploring the outdoors and snuggling in with a crochet project and her cat, Billie.