Archive for the “Attractions” Category
Close up of biker riding on Mike Levine Lakelands Trail

Fun Ways to Burn Excess Energy in Livingston County

Between quarantining for months and enduring the chilly winter season, we could all benefit from burning off excess energy. According to the American Heart Association, it is recommended to get at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise per week. This means that burning energy is not just for kids! Fit in your exercise with a …more

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Have Your Happiest Winter in Livingston County

Please enjoy this guest blog from Livingston County resident, Em Piro. If you were to google “Happiest Countries in the World”, you would find a list determined by various factors including GDP per capita, life expectancy, and perceived freedom/ generosity in one’s country. Additionally, one cannot help but notice year after year the overwhelming majority …more

Admire Winter in Livingston County Through These 10 Shots

There is something captivating about Livingston County when covered in a blanket of white flurries during winter. Our downtown areas sparkle, ice glimmers on the surface of lakes, and skiers can be found gliding down the hills of Mt. Brighton at all times. Stay warm and admire these 10 shots captured by some of our …more

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National Plan for Vacation Day: Looking Ahead to Brighter Days

The Livingston County Convention & Visitors Bureau is excited to announce it is supporting National Plan for Vacation Day (NPVD), the annual day for Americans to plan their vacation for the entire year at the start of the year, on January 26. Though many Americans are not ready or able to take a trip just …more

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Searching for the Perfect Tree in Livingston County

Please enjoy this guest blog from local video producer, Aaron Boak.   Christmas Tree Hunt 2019 from ACB PRODUCTIONS on Vimeo.   As a full-time video producer and a native of Howell, I am always looking to combine my passion for video and storytelling at a must-stop location. Every year my family and I search …more

Pumpkin Spice Up Your Fall in Livingston County

Curl up with a hot cup of joe, and fish your favorite pair of fuzzy socks out of the back of your dresser, because fall is here! Pumpkin spice is in the air, and it is making us all want to get out and enjoy all of our favorite fall activities. Need some ideas? Try …more

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Go to Hell! – Know Before You Go!

Welcome to Hell, MI, Livingston County’s hidden town filled with devilish fun and heavenly views! Grab an ice cream from The Creamatory or send a postcard from the Hell post office with burn and singe marks to prove to your friends that you survived the trip. Explore the 10,000 acres of State Park land at …more

mac and cheese and pulled pork from a food truck

Catch These Food Trucks in Livingston County

2020 has been a year of ups and downs. Have you found yourself in need a pick me up after a bad day recently? Thankfully, there is one comfort in this world that will never let you down… Food trucks! There’s something magical about seeing your favorite comfort foods on wheels. Indulge in your favorite …more

Livingston County Horoscope

A horoscope is an astrological chart that represents the positions of the Sun, Moon, and planets during the time of events, like the moment of a person’s birth. Many believe that our astrological signs accurately portray our personality traits and interests. Find your sign, and read about activities you may enjoy trying in Livingston County. …more

Livingston County’s Three Treasured State Parks

Exploring Livingston County in the summertime will feel like walking on sunshine! The area is home to three separate state recreation areas that provide endless summer fun. These three recreation areas are unique in their own special ways. Visit them all and enjoy the large variety of outdoor recreation amenities they have to offer. Let …more