If you need to get out of the house, then you can head outdoors for fresh air and frosty fun throughout January thanks to activities like cross-country skiing, ice skating, fat tire biking, snowshoeing, sledding and hiking. There’s plenty to see and do this January at Oakland County Parks.
The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy’s family-friendly “Winter at Valade” celebration features ice sculptures, live local music, hands-on activities and make-and-take crafts, as well as marshmallow roasting, giant outdoor fireplaces, and food and drink.
Visitor’s information, photos, video for HollyDazzle Michigan Renaissance Festival. 3/4 mile outdoor trail with Christmas sights & music.
Visitor’s guide and photos from Tunnel of Lights in Warren – Christmas on Eiffel Street. Pack up the family and head out for some socially-distanced Christmas cheer.
Are you ready for some holiday cheer and fun? Pack the family in the car, put some holiday music on the radio, and head over to the Southfield Parks & Recreation Building on Friday, December 11 for the Southfield Holly Jolly Drive-Thru.
The Williams Nature Center will host the Davison Township’s Trail of Lights. The show features over 100,00 lights as well as lasers that light up the forest.
Visitor’s guide, information, and photo gallery for Taylor Winterfest 2020 – Blizzard of Oz. More than 200,000 holiday lights along the 2/3 mile path.
Ticket and visitor’s information for Magic of Lights at the DTE Music Energy Theatre in Clarkston. 11/13 to 1/2/2021. A spectacular 1.5-mile drive-through holiday lights display that includes over 1 million lights.
Our family friendly guide to holiday fun for 2020.
Visitor’s information and guide for Holiday Nights at Greenfield Village. Step back in time to learn about holiday traditions.