Fill your feed with Halloween fun and plan trips for pics at these cool locations across metro Detroit!


Tillson Street (Romeo)

Find your favorite Halloween house and stop for a photo op on Tillson – Michigan’s Spookiest Street.


Pumpkin Lane (Trenton)

Stop by Boxford Street for a magical stroll down the neighborhood lane. Residents have hung over 300 pumpkins for trees for a picture perfect experience.


Beacon Park (Detroit)

Cider In The City happens on Saturdays and you can find fall treats from Blake Farms, live music, kid crafts and a pumpkin patch. Can’t make it on the weekend, no problem – the Harvest display is up all week long.


Halloween Minons @ Hess-Hathaway Park (Waterford)

Take a seat in the giant red chair and say ‘cheese’ or maybe ‘banana’ to the camera.


Skeletons Are Alive (Northville)

How many skeletons can you spy in downtown Northville? Let me tell you some are way too BIG to miss!


Rochester Cider Mill (Rochester)

Looking for a picture perfect place to get


ScareCrowTopia (Troy)

Scarescrows are protecting Troy Historic Village. Take a tour and pick our your favorites.


Scarecrows In The Park (Plymouth)

Kellogg Park is always popular with people, it’s popular with Scarecrows too. Sesame Street, Rapunzel and Ghost favorites for grown-ups. Pose for a pic next to your favorites.


Canterbury Village (Lake Orion)

Pick up fall favorites at Scott’s Farm General Store in Canterbury Village and grab pictures with the pumpkins and Halloween inflatables.



Photo credit: NancyRudnik


About Kerry Doman

Kerry Doman is the founder and CEO of LittleGuide Detroit and After 5 Detroit. She has lived downtown Detroit for 10+ years and still calls the city home with her husband and son. As a relatively new mom, she’s excited to explore downtown with her family and hopes you’ll enjoy doing the same!