Fall Activities Brochure
With more than 30 fall–themed seasonal attractions, Livingston County is Michigan's premier destination for autumn activities and events. Adventurers of all ages will enjoy challenging their directional abilities as they wind their way through the area corn mazes. For the brave at heart, some mazes are even haunted. Indoor and outdoor haunted attractions include: hayrides, a forest, an opera house, a manor house, spooky forest and a haunted ski lodge.
Our apple orchards and cider mill provide a variety of activities, including hay rides to pick your own apples and the u-pick pumpkin patch. Animal petting farms, children's train rides and hay mazes make a perfect companion to fresh cider, donuts and apple pies.
Livingston County's 50,000 acres of parks are the ideal destination for color tours, whether you are driving, biking, or walking. Visitors can also view the spectacular fall foliage while on a horseback trail ride through the deep woods or on an old-fashioned, horse-drawn hayride to the pumpkin patch. Another crowd pleaser is a guided pontoon boat cruise on a 1,200-acre lake to see the colorful foliage reflected in the serene waters.
Fun fall festivals and charming downtown events complete the wealth of options available to autumn aficionados. The Livingston County Autumn Events & Activities guide featuring all of the fall festivities and a map is available at the start of the season. Order your copy by calling 800-686-8484 or click on the above link to view the brochure.