5 Must Attend Fall Festivals in Michigan

Growler Brewfest | Brighton

This event makes plenty of eats available as local breweries and food trucks team up to put on a heck of a festival. What’s even better is that it’s also a dog-friendly event, so bring your furry friends with you.

Fall Festival | Beulah

If you love cars, there’s a classic car and motorcycle show. If you love rides, there are horse-drawn wagon rides. If you’re looking for kids’ activities, there are kids’ games, face painting, sidewalk chalk art, and more.

Black Out | Niles

Niles Scream Park is well-known for its massive haunted house, a field of screams, and other spooky attractions. This event kicks the spookiness up a notch or two by turning off the lights.

Flapjack and Flannel Festival | Traverse City

The premise for this festival is pretty simple really: show up to the festival in your flannel and prepare to drink craft beer and eat flapjacks.

Festival of Trees | Rochester

The two-day event is open to the public and the event is free, so come and see stunning themed trees, wreaths, centerpieces, and more.

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