Happy National Coffee Day! Whether you like your coffee black or light and sweet, chances are it’s an important — and energizing — part of your day. Use our list of Oakland County coffee shops to find a delicious cup o’ joe today:Continue reading
Celebrate Michigan Trails Week, Sept. 18-25, on an Oakland County trail. The county and its surrounding areas offer miles and miles of trails for your fitness and enjoyment. Fall is the perfect time to get outside to see the changing colors on the trails. Take a stroll, jog through a park, bike with friends, kick up some dirt at Holly Oaks ORV Park, saddle up on a horse, or paddle down a river. Whether you’re looking to get some vitamin D, exercise, or just want to enjoy some quiet time with nature, there’s no shortage of trails to meet your needs in Oakland County.Continue reading
If you’re looking to wet your whistle, we’ve got you covered (21 and older only). Oakland County has a wide variety of breweries, wineries, cideries, distilleries, and meaderies where you can raise a glass. You’ll find better ingredients, seasonal selections, and, of course, better taste! Take a look at our list and interactive map below before you head out to support your favorite local businesses. Cheers!Continue reading
The sounds and sights of music and film are set to be seen in parks across Oakland County this summer. From the pristine Riverside Park in Auburn Hills, to Shain Park in Birmingham, bands both local and well-known are prepared to play music of all genres from June through September. In addition, a multitude of parks such as Oxford Park and Jaycee Park in Berkley or Central Park in Milford are hosting movie nights for anyone to attend.
Pick up a soft blanket, a pillow or two, a picnic basket of snacks, and use our list of outdoor summer concerts and movies to plan an evening of entertainment outdoors.Continue reading
The Fourth of July is nearly here! All across Oakland County, communities are putting on firework displays in celebration of our country’s Independence Day. Visit Highland for their Red, White and Blues Festival on June 25th and stay for the fireworks, starting at dusk, or celebrate July 4th on the day itself in Holly at Lakeside Park. Wherever you decide to go, grab a blanket, pack a picnic basket, and get ready to shout, “OOH” and “AAH” at any of the many shows in Oakland County.
Visit our “List of Fireworks in Oakland County” page or use the list below to find firework displays:
July 2: Independence Fireworks
July 4: Clawson 4th of July Festival
July 8: Oakland County Fair Fireworks
June 25: Red, White & Blues Festival
July 4: Holly Fireworks
July 1: Huntington Woods Fireworks
June 26: Festival in the Park
July 3: Ortonville Fireworks
June 11: Seymour Celebration
June 26: Cars Under the Stars
June 29: Festival of the Hills
June 30: Red Run Golf Course Fireworks
June 25: Walled Lake Summer Festival
July 2: Lake Oakland Fireworks
July 3: Otter Beach Fireworks
July 15: Elizabeth Lake Fireworks
July 2: White Lake Fireworks Display
June 23: Lite the Nite Fireworks
Celebrate without Fireworks
A fireworks-free experience around the Fourth of July is well-received by veterans, families with small children, pet owners, and others. There are plenty of ways to celebrate America’s birthday without fireworks:
- Visit a fireworks-free campground at Groveland Oaks County Park and Campground, Addison Oaks County Park and Campground, select state parks, and more.
- Attend a parade like the one in Clawson, Milford, or Northville.
- Enjoy one of the many festivals going on this weekend, like Summerfest in Auburn Hills, Taco Fest in Lake Orion, Victorian Strawberry Festival in Troy, or Art on the River in Commerce Township.