Dinner and Drinks|
Livingston County offers a number of different restaurants for great dinner outings with the guys. The Downtown Brighton and Howell areas give you the option to go from one place to another, or you may choose to sit down and relax at one of the restaurants scattered throughout the county. Afterwards, catch the game at the sports bar of your choice, but play it safe – arrange for a limo to drive your group around for the night.
Downtown Brighton Map, downtownhowell.org, www.fowlerville.org, www.hartlandchamber.org
Show off your skills at one of Michigan’s premiere golf courses or driving ranges. The variety of courses in Livingston County ensures a challenge for all skill levels. Receive discounted rates and convenient tee times through packages at several area hotels.
Plan your weekend in advance and grab tickets to watch your favorite sports teams in action. Livingston County is conveniently located close to Detroit – home of the Red Wings, Tigers, Pistons, and Lions.
Spend a relaxing day cruising on one of the areas many lakes. Don’t have a boat? Rent one! Grab your buddies, a cooler and soak up the beautiful weather while speed racing, fishing or practicing your favorite water sport!
Don your fatigues and take aim at that buddy of yours who still owes you money – the perfect revenge! Hell Survivors Paintball field has an exciting, challenging, and fast-paced course that will get your adrenaline rushing. Private games are available by registration.
Always brag about your driving skills? Now is the chance to prove to your pals that you are the Nascar star of your entourage! Livingston County’s newest indoor fun center features the longest indoor go-kart racing track in Michigan, a bumper car-basketball hybrid game that you have to see to believe, a 15,000 square-foot arcade, and more. Bring out the kid in you!
Mt. Brighton Ski
Take advantage of Michigan’s beautiful snow-covered hills and spend a day skiing or snowboarding with the guys. Mt. Brighton was voted the best snowboarding area in the state by readers of AAA Michigan Living magazine. Experience the thrill of the 250- foot vertical drop before stopping in to chill and grab a bite at the lodge – you never know; maybe you’ll even meet some snow bunnies!