Halloween is just around the corner, making it the perfect time to visit Doc Sweets’ Candy Company. Doc Sweets’ is Michigan’s largest retail candy store, and they have the stock to prove it. Familiar favorites like Sanders and Wonka sit alongside classics like Zagnut and Jujubes. Fully prepared for the Halloween season, they offer a wide variety of candy fit for this time of year, from bulk containers filled with Candy Corn, Jelly Pumpkins, and Mellowcreme Harvest Mix, to wrapped chocolates meant to look like happy pumpkins or spooky skeletons. They even have treats like real bugs that are farm raised and seasoned like potato chips.
Take a look at our preview of this huge candy shop in Clawson:
A nationally recognized historic district and thriving Pontiac, Michigan neighborhood needs your participation to win part of $2 million in funds from American Express and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The funds will help revitalize this important historical neighborhood.
One of just 20 finalists across the United States, the GM Modern Housing Legacy Homes project stands to benefit from the Vote Your Main Street campaign, going on now through October 26th, 2018.
Participation is easy. Anyone passionate about preserving part of Michigan’s automotive heritage can simply visit voteyourmainstreet.org/pontiac to create a login and password, or connect through Facebook, and then vote every day—up to five times—to bring home the funds.
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Oakland County is home to one of the scariest places in Michigan: the Erebus Haunted Attraction. Located in downtown Pontiac, this four-story venue is 30,000 square feet of frightening fun, making it one of the largest walk-through haunted attractions in the world.
Check out our video below for a sneak peek of the Erebus Haunted Attraction:
Oakland County equestrian enthusiasts of all abilities, from beginners to professionals, can find a number of local resources to support their love of horses. Oakland County is just the place with more than 40 locations for boarding, training, lessons, equine therapy, or group outings. Several stables and ranches are located in and around the county; see the list below to learn more.
List of Equestrian Locations in Oakland County
This interactive map, created by Oakland County’s award-winning GIS team, also provides locations such as equestrian trails, feed and supply stores, saddlery locations, and veterinary care. Click on the map below to find a location near you, or discover a new equestrian destination to visit.
Looking for a trail to take a horseback ride? Check out an equestrian trail at one of the horse-friendly Oakland County Parks locations: Addison Oaks, Highland Oaks, and Rose Oaks. Or plan a trip along the popular Paint Creek Trail or Polly Ann Trail. Click on the map below to find even more trails and zoom in to find an equestrian trail near you.
Do you know of any other equestrian locations in the Oakland County area? Let us know via Facebook or Twitter, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave a comment below.
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Summer’s coming to an end, but that means dogs all over Oakland County will be hoping their owners take them out for a doggy swim at Oakland County Parks and Recreation’s annual dog swim. Waterford Oaks and Red Oaks Waterparks will be open for dogs only on September 8th and 9th, respectively.
Check out our video from previous dog swims to see the water romping and tail-wagging fun that’s in store for your canine kid.