, 2022-09-23 06:32:02,
The first day of fall entered with a snap of crisp weather to remind us all that the season of color, pumpkins, hayrides and Halloween has arrived. With it, the Huron-Clinton Metroparks have a full season of fun lined up. The calendar of fall events includes some brand-new events alongside long-standing visitor favorites. Of course you could spend every day of the season paddling the scenic river views and walking, biking or running through tunnels of colorful trees on Metropark trails, but you won’t want to miss these awesome events either.
NEW EVENT: Shelden Mountain Bike Fest, Stony Creek Metropark
October 1, 2022 | 3 – 9 p.m.
Whether you are new to mountain biking or an expert on the trails, join us on Saturday, October 1 for our first-ever Shelden Mountain Bike Fest at Stony Creek Metropark. Experience the thrill of the newly redeveloped Shelden Trails with fellow mountain bike enthusiasts, visit vendors and bike-related booths and enjoy a food truck and s’mores around a bonfire.
Beginner mountain bike instruction, demos and group rides will ease new or young bikers into the sport and introduce you to the trails. The GROM and Beach trail loops on the Shelden Trails are handcycle accessible and handcycle demonstrations and clinics will be available.
Rounding out the evening will be a guided group twilight trail ride, so be sure to bring your bike lights! After the ride, relax around the bonfire with food and s’mores.
A special thank you to our event partners: REI, KLM (Rochester), Main Street Bikes (Lake Orion & Washington), Moosejaw, CRAMBA, MiSCA BRAVE, Bike Patrol, mParks: Adaptive Recreation Group, SportsAbility, Disability Network Eastern Michigan.
Find all event info at: https://www.metroparks.com/sheldenmtbfest/
NEW EVENT: Hallowpalooza, Lake St. Clair Metropark
October 15, 2022 | 4 – 8:30 p.m.
Come celebrate the Halloween season with an evening full of fall fun for everyone! In collaboration with Harrison Township, join us for Hallowpalooza! Collect candy at the Trunk-or-Treat, go on a hayride, make Halloween crafts, hear spooky stories, and more. End the evening of fun watching Hocus Pocus on the drive-in big screen.
Businesses, organizations and families are invited to register and decorate their cars and pass out candy to the Trunk-or-Treaters.
Join us for the whole night or just a piece of it – the choice is yours, but pre-registration is required, so hurry before spots are full.
Trunk-or-Treating, 4 p.m….
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