Michigan forest transformed into haunted Halloween nighttime sensory light show
COMMERCE TWP., MI - Michigan’s haunted illuminated forest is back and bigger for 2021. Get ready to take a nighttime stroll through this immersive Halloween-themed sensory light show. You can see photos of the Glenlore Trails forest illumination pre-Halloween in the photo gallery above. Our format keeps things changing as each season we dream up new content, and each year the stories change.”Glenlore Trails: The Haunted Forest re-opens on Thursday, September 30. This year the trail has gone from about a half mile long to a mile long.mlive.com
Michigan illuminated forest updates for trippy winter strolls
click to enlarge Courtesy of Glenlore TrailsGlenlore Trails — an interactive, family friendly hiking trail in Commerce Township outfitted with trippy lights — is now open with a new winter edition. "Glenlore Trails: Aurora" opened to the public on Friday, Dec. 4. When the big show — which was to be the first held in the warmer months — got scrapped this year due to the pandemic, Bluewater pivoted in a creative way, putting its staff and resources to work to create Glenlore Trails. It opened this summer Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for youth ages 4-12, and free for children 3 and younger. Guests are asked to drive into the property and head straight back to find a parking spot.metrotimes.com
Get into spooky season with a tour of Glenlore Trails: The Haunted Forest
Halloween is around the corner and what better way to get into spooky season than to take a trip into the forest at Glenlore Trails: The Haunted Forest. Even though many events are cancelled or not happening this year, this popular sensory experience recently changed over from a family fun trail, to a a Halloween inspired forest that is great for any age group. Kila Peeples went through the the 1/2 mile trail and showed some of the fun and (slightly) frightening visual effects you will pass as you stroll the path. Watch the video to see what to expect in the Glenlore Trails Haunted Forest.
Michigan forest turning into haunted Halloween sensory light show
COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, MI - The mysterious creatures living in a Michigan forest are now about to have some seasonal fun with visitors. The interactive sensory forest light show known as Glenlore Trails is about to transform into a family-friendly haunted forest. The half-mile outdoor path is located at 3860 Newton Road in Commerce Township at Multi Lakes. Schoeneberger let MLive in on some of the new elements people will see, which he says will be kid-friendly. You must choose a designated evening and hour-long time frame to keep the number of people low and spread out.mlive.com
Explore the excitement of Glenlore Trails
There is a very popular event going on in Metro Detroit that is taking everyone by surprise. Glenlore Trails in Commerce Township is a half-mile wooded trail filled with sensory activities that’s fun for the entire family. She enjoyed her trip around the trails, taking in the fairytale-like music coming from the trees and the bright, colorful drawings and moving paintings. Tickets are being scooped up fast, but if you miss this opportunity, there will be a Halloween trail and a Hip-Hop Nutcracker version for the holidays. Watch the video above to see Kila’s trek through the trail!
Half-mile trail in Oakland County transformed into ‘Glenlore Trails,’ an interactive light show
COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A half-mile hiking trail in Oakland County has been transformed into an interactive light show. The show runs from Thursday to Sunday. It’s called Glenlore Trails. Hikers can explore the woods in Commerce Township. Watch the video above for the full reportREAD: More community news coverage