20 Ways to Celebrate Fall in Detroit | Festivals & Fun | VisitDetroit.com

Story by Lindsay Whitman Drewes 

Fall is in the air and there’s no better place to enjoy the season than Detroit. With hayrides, beer fests, cider mills, spooky fun and more The D has something for everyone in autumn. Check out this guide on how to celebrate fall in metro Detroit.

  1. Fall Stroll and Brunch
    Take the “Come Hungry-Leave Happy” strolling brunch through the Eastern Market with Feet on the Street Tours. Fall tours highlight fall crops and the beautiful bounty of the season.
  2. Scarefest Scream Park 
    Looking for a scare this fall? Scarefest Scream Park is the place to get it with four haunted attractions including a haunted hayride, haunted maze, forest walk and haunted house. Enjoy a beer tent, camping, live music and more.
  3. Hayride Central at Heritage Park
    Enjoy the fall colors from a hayride through Heritage Park. After the ride, you can roast marshmallows and drink cider around a campfire.
  4. Romulus Pumpkin Festival and Lights
    Will you be a champion of pumpkin rolling, pie eating or seed spitting? Test your skills at the Pumpkin Festival and Lights. Watch the parade of lights as bikes, tractors and more roll by. Enjoy music, crafts, activities and more at this fun fall fest.Click Below for Full List:

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