Glenlore Trails review, pics, hours, and ticket info. The 1/2 mile “sensory experience” takes place within Multi Lakes Conservation Association in Commerce Twp on weekends.
The Glenlore 1/2-mile trail offers more than 10 “sensory installations” to check out on the 40-minute journey (journey time really reflects on how fast you and your group walks). Discover the mystical lights at Enchanted Clearing, the wondrous sights and sounds at “Whispers in the Woods” and find your way to the majestic “Web of Lights”. Each trip takes place on a well-maintained walking path at Multi Lakes Conservation Association. The path is very safe to hike for even very young children.
These events have been taking place every weekend since mid-July, 2020 and are scheduled to take place through October 4, 2020. Tickets are on sale via eventbrite and have been selling like hotcakes. These Glenmore Trails hikes have been averaging sellouts up to 14 days in advance.
Glenlore Trails Commerce Twp Pics
Glenlore Trails tickets are $20 for ages 13+, $10 for ages 3-12, FREE for kids under 3. All tickets purchased online only require a processing fee. Tickets are sold in 1/2 hour increments beginning at 9p with the last group time offered to purchase at 11p. All events are held on Thursdays through Sundays from 9p-midnight. It is unclear at this time if they will bump up starting times due to the sunsets becoming earlier and earlier. As of this publication date, the starting times scheduled begin at 9p. Tickets are on sale at THIS LINK.
Currently, masks are required to walk the trail. Also, all guests are asked to practice safe social distancing.
Glenmore Trails at Multi Lakes Conservation Association
3860 Newton Road, Commerce Charter Township, MI 48382, glenloretrails.com
This page is intended to be used as a guide. Oakland County Moms does not endorse these events. Oakland County Moms is not responsible for changes to event descriptions, event times or details being altered without notice or cancellations.
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