The best part of fall is here! Temperatures are starting to drop, and you can enjoy the delightful taste of apples, cider, and donuts, oh my! It’s the season that brings friends and families together to enjoy the crisp air on breezy days and cooler nights while indulging in the flavors and aromas of fall. Colorful trees make the perfect backdrop for a trip to a local cider mill. Oakland County is home to several cider mills using locally grown apples. Whether you want to stop by for a quick taste or spend the day, check out our full list of locations or use our interactive story map for Oakland County cider mills.Continue reading
Apples, cider, and donuts, oh my! Temperatures are chilly, and the flavors of fall are crisp. It’s the season that brings friends and families together on breezy days and cooler nights. Colorful trees make the perfect backdrop for a trip to a local cider mill. Oakland County is home to several cider mills that produce locally grown apples. Check out our full list of locations or use our interactive map for Oakland County cider mills.Continue reading
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.
WILDER SIDE OF OAKLAND COUNTY
“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into the trees. The wind will blow their own freshness into you and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like autumn leaves.” Those words of John Muir fit my exploration of Bear Creek Nature Park last Friday afternoon. The temperature hovered just above the single digits, strong winds rustled dry oak leaves, and long-missing brilliant sunshine made snow sparkle.
Bear Creek is a publicly accessible 107-acre park that has been managed by the Parks and Recreation Commission of the Charter Township of Oakland since 1977. Parking permits are not required. There are no bears at Bear Creek, and Bear Creek is not a wilderness by any means, but the landscape has a rich history of farming and cattle grazing going back to European settlement in 1827. Continue reading