Check Out Oakland County’s Crowdsourced Halloween Displays Map

Lit Jack O' Lanterns lined up on a stone wall and in another line on the ground on a dark night. The white Van Hoosen Museum stands in the background next to a tree with orange foliage.

H-A-L-L-O-W-E-E-N is coming! Get into the spooky spirit of the season with a visit to the best Halloween Light Displays in Oakland County, Michigan and beyond. Whether you want to show off your own Halloween decor, or take a drive to check out other displays, Oakland County’s Crowdsourced Halloween Light Displays Map can help.

Submitting is Easy!

How does it work? You can submit festive displays from your home or business to the Oakland County Crowdsourced Halloween Displays Map and once approved, the homes and businesses will show up on the map for users to visit in person.

A screen shot of Oakland County's 2018 Holiday LIght Displays Map. The map is dark gray and the cities are listed in white text. Purple pinpoints indicate which cities have a display. The right side of the page opens up with a photo of the display that's being clicked on. It shows a photo of pumpkins lined up on stone wall at night with text about the location.

Check out our first map submission!

Scarecrow Row at Troy Historic Village

Three scarecrows lined up along a black wrought-iron fence. Signs in front show the businesses that decorated them. A sign hanging from a large maple tree behind the scarecrows reads: Welcome to Scarecrow Row!

Scarecrow Row at Troy Historic Village is located at 60 West Wattles Road in Troy. 53 Scarecrows will be displayed throughout October and will be part of their annual Trick or Treat event, Three-Ring Halloween, on Saturday, October 27th. For more details, visit them on Facebook.

Join in on the fun and enter your own property into the Oakland County Crowdsourced Halloween Light Displays Map by following the instructions below:

  • Visit the Oakland County Crowdsourced Halloween Light Displays Map webpage.
  • Select the “Submit A Light Display” button on the right side of the webpage.
  • Enter the name of your Halloween display, your name, and a description of what visitors should expect to see.
  • Upload one photo of your decorated property; submissions without a photo will not be accepted.
  • Specify the location for your entry by clicking/tapping the map.
  • Select the “Agree to Terms and Submit Entry” button.

That’s it, you’re done!

We ask that you only submit photos of your own property and be aware that by uploading your submission, you are encouraging people to visit your property.

All submissions will go through an approval process before showing up on the Oakland County Crowdsourced Halloween Light Displays Map. Wait a few hours and check back to view your property.

Visit our website and follow along with us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, and YouTube using #OaklandCounty for more ways to have fun this Halloween and all year through!

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