Oakland County is home to spooky and not-so-scary Halloween events and attractions all season long! Take a peek into just three local Halloween attractions in our videos below where you can stroll through Glenlore Trails’ Haunted Forest in Commerce, head to the Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak for some trick or treating and more during Zoo Boo, or test your scare limit at the Erebus Haunted Attraction in Pontiac.
Looking for more spine-tingling thrills this Halloween? Then check out our full list of Haunted Oakland County Fun or visit our interactive map of Spooky Spots. Interested in something a little less frightening? Check out our 2022 Oakland County Family Friendly Halloween attractions list or our Cider Mills list. Using them, you’ll find the perfect place for cider, donuts and activities for a not-so-spooky fall day.
This fall, participate in the magical, mysterious, and spooky excitement of Halloween by attending any one of the family-friendly events across Oakland County! From hayrides and pumpkin-picking, to trick-or-treating and solving corn mazes, there’s no shortage of great activities for residents of all ages to enjoy this holiday season. To see the full list of events near you, click the button below:
As the leaves transition to shades of red, orange, and yellow, and the air gains a crisp autumn edge, there is no better time to venture along one of Oakland County’s many scenic trails. To find the best place to take a walk in nature, check out our list by clicking on the button below:
You can also check out the Oakland County Trail Viewer, an interactive map developed by Oakland County’s award-winning GIS team. Each trail is marked using brown lines, while green icons represent parks. When a trail is selected, the map allows you to reference both its length and elevation. When users click on a park icon, its name, size, website, and other helpful information will appear.
From the paved paths at Groveland Oaks in Holly to the expansive trails at Waterford Oaks, you are sure to find the perfect nature trail for you using our list and interactive map.
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We know you’ve been waiting and the time is now! Cider Mill season has arrived. Whether the late summer air turns cool and crisp or the days ahead are hot and sunny, any day is a great day for a visit to an area Cider Mill with family and friends.
Watch our video below of a few local cider mills, to get a mouthwatering glimpse of how cider and donuts are made!
Use our map or visit our full list of locations to find locally grown apples, apple cider, donuts, cider slushies, and other goodies at a cider mill in Oakland County. With a variety of family activities, including apple picking, pumpkin picking, corn mazes, pony rides, petting zoos, and hayrides, you’re sure to find fun for everyone.
A cherished Michigan tradition, cider mills provide goodies and family fun for the entire fall season. Residents line up for a taste of some the freshest cider and donuts the state has to offer.
Housed in historical buildings, many cider mills lend to the rich history of so many Michigan communities, including those located in Oakland County.