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.
Excitement soars as the 2017 Oakland County Fair prepares for its grand opening at Springfield Oaks County Park in Davisburg. The fair, which opens July 7th and runs through July 16th, is presented by Oakland County Parks and features a wide range of 4-H events, musical acts, and amusement park thrills.
Wristbands and tickets are available online and at the gate. Tickets grant visitors access to all areas of the fair: from the roller coasters to the racing pigs.
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.
It’s not just a day for barbecues and yard games, although events like those are a nice perk of a long Labor Day weekend.
It’s a day to remember and celebrate the social and economic achievements of American workers. We have all made contributions to America in some capacity, and on this day we celebrate those contributions.
Before fall is upon us, and the school year is in full swing, take time to have a little family fun this Labor Day. Find a festival, parade or campground near you using our full list of Labor Day events.
It’s all about speed. Their light weight allows them to glide across the lake’s surface as if it were glass.
Boats, that race to speeds of up to 105 miles per hour, will roar across Pontiac Lake in Waterford again this year for Oakland County’s 17th annual Quake on the Lake from July 22-24th.
Grand Prix drivers from across the country will race across Pontiac Lake in Inboard Hydroplane boats, competing for a spot in the record books. In fact, Quake on the Lake holds 21 American Power Boat Association (APBA) records for speed in five different racing classes. This recognition makes Quake on the Lake one of the fastest one-mile race courses in the country.