Winter Festivals Metro Detroit 2021

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Winter Festivals Metro Detroit 2021 – Celebrate Michigan winter family fun with winter fests all throughout Oakland County and Metro Detroit MI.

Winterfests highlight outdoor winter fun with sledding, ice-skating, food and more! There is no shortage of things to do at the 2021 Metro Detroit Winter Festivals.

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COVID – UPDATE 11/17/20 – SPECIAL NOTE For 2021 we are listing these events as we get them and will be UNABLE to update every listing if there are changes due to covid. We will TRY diligently to update this page for cancellations and postponements but I am unable to guarantee these events will be held as they are as scheduled. Events that occur will likely require safe social distancing policies and mandatory mask usage. Due to a shortage of events this year, the ones that require pre-registration will likely SELL OUT QUICKLY. 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, events being sold out, or cancellations.

Winter Festivals Metro Detroit 2021

Friday, January 15, 2021 from 5p-9p & Saturday, January 16, 2021 from 10a-9p
Rochester Winter Festival – Downtown Rochester Snowglow
Throughout Downtown Rochester
The Snowglow will include ice sculptures lining the streets, live ice carving demonstrations and, of course, The Big, Bright Light Show. This is year’s ice sculpture theme is “Christmas Cheer”. Don’t miss carvings of your holiday favorites including Buddy The Elf, Frosty the Snowman, the Christmas Vacation Station wagon and many more. Also on Saturday from 11a – 2 p, visitors are invited to enjoy an Ice Carving Competition on West Fourth Street. For more info, visit NOTE – This event will be a substitute for annual Rochester and Ice Festival which has been cancelled or unscheduled due to covid.

Thursdays, Fridays, & Saturdays through February 27 (Thursdays & Fridays from 5p-9p) & Saturdays from 1p-10p
Bloomfield Hills Winter Fun – Bower Farms Winter Park
Bowers School Farm (1219 E Square Lake Rd, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304, 248-341-6475,
Skating – Weather permitting and bring your own skates. Skating is FREE. Winter Park has much to offer including tubing and glow tubing (appointments required), ice skating (weather permitting, bring your own skates), hot cocoa, bonfires, food at the Farmers Kitchen and more. Tubing (unfortunately) isn’t FREE and you have to pre-register which takes the starch out of a spur-of-the-moment experience. Tubing rates are by the hour and you must register for an appointment.

Friday, February 5, 2021 through Sunday, February 7, 2021
Mt Clemens Winter Festivals – Mt Clemens Ice Carving Show
Downtown Mt Clemens
Friday from noon-6p, Saturday from noon-4p, and Sunday from noon-3p. Dozens of ice sculptures to check out in Downtown Mt Clemens in the vicinity of Macomb Place, Cherry Street Mall, Walnut and New Streets. Live ice carving demoes and more. For more info, visit

Friday, February 12, through Sunday, February 14, 2021
Plymouth Winter Fest – Plymouth Ice Festival 2021
Downtown, Plymouth (350 S Main St, Plymouth Twp, MI 48170)
“The Plymouth Ice Festival invites your to explore downtown Plymouth, with sidewalks lined with ice carvings. To help with social distancing, we are spreading over 65 ice carving displays, in front of merchants and restaurants, in the downtown area. To limit crowd gathering, we have postponed all live ice carving competitions and other interactive activities, until the 2022 Festival. We encourage everyone visiting downtown Plymouth, to where a mask at all times and maintain 6’ social distancing.” Check out for more info.

Thursday, February 18, 2021 from 4p-6p
Berkley Winter Events – Winter Wonderland
Berkley Community Park (Between Gardner & Robina, Berkley, MI)
Enjoy winter themed games, activities, crafts, snowshoeing, a nature center station and more. Please register with your cohort group of no more than 10 people. There is only one group registration per start time so talk to your crew and then pick the open time slot that works best for you. Masks are required for all participants and please continue personal distancing during the event. You will have approximately 5 minutes to complete each of the activity stations and 10 minutes for Snowshoeing. Presented by Berkley Parks and Recreation. Pre-registration required at this link.

Friday, February 19, 2021 from 3p-5p
Waterford Winter Fun – Cabin Fever Relief
Hess-Hathaway Park (825 S Williams Lake Rd, Waterford, MI)
Planned for ages 4-12 with parent or guardian. Enjoy snow art craft, inflatable axe throwing, and more winter fun. This is a FREE event limited to 40 children. Pre-registration by calling 248-674-5441 or online at Hosted by Waterford Parks & Recreation. in cooperation with Oakland County Parks.

Saturday, February 20, 2021 from 1p-3p
Hazel Park Winter Festival – Oaks on the Road Winter
Green Acres Park (620 W Woodward Heights Blvd, Hazel Park, MI)
Oakland Country Parks bring out their mobile recreation unit for some Winter fun. There will be snow art (snow conditions permitting) and Winter carnival games. This is a FREE event. Hosted by Hazel Park Recreation. For more info, visit

Thursday, February 25, 2021 from 5:30p-7:30p
Wixom Weekend Events – Wixom Winter Fun
Wixom Civic Center / Community Center Ice Rink/Pond (49015 Pontiac Trail, Wixom, Michigan 48393)
Enjoy open skating, snow art, jumbo TicTacToe & Connect 4, themed crafts, games, and more. Weather permitting. This is a FREE event. Hosted by Wixom Parks and Recreation.


Saturday, December 28, 2019
Royal Oak Winter Festival – Royal Oak Winter Carnival
Royal Oak Ice Arena (1403 Lexington Blvd, Royal Oak, MI 48073)
Hot chocolate, skating, prizes for kids 12 & under, and carnival games. $10 includes activities in both rinks & skate rental. For more info, visit

Friday, January 10, through Sunday, January 12, 2020
Plymouth Winter Fest – Plymouth Ice Festival 2020
Downtown, Plymouth (350 S Main St, Plymouth Twp, MI 48170)
Enjoy ice carving competitions, live entertainment, wintertime festival food, interactive ice sculptures, rail jams, skiers and snowboarders demos, 100-ft tubing run and much more! Hours are Friday from 5p-10p, Saturday from 10a-10p and Sunday from 10a-6p. Check out for more info.

Saturday, January 11 & Sunday, January 12, 2020 from 10a-5p each day
Armada Winter Festival – Blake’s Frost Festival
Blake’s Orchard & Cider Mill (17985 Armada Center Rd, Armada, MI 48005)
Enjoy live ice carvings, fire show, 5k run/walk, train rides through the orchard, live music, horse drawn sleigh rides, warming tent with food and drinks and much more. $5. All ages event. For more info, visit

Saturday, January 11, 2020 from 2p-9p
Warren Winter Festival – Cold Rush Warren 2020
Warren City Square (Van Dyke just north of 12 Mile Road)
This is a FREE event. Enjoy free ice skating all day, food trucks, glow skate, live DJ, petting zoo, bonfire & smores, and much more. For more info, visit

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Beverly Hills Winter Festival – Winter Family Fun Day
Beverly Park (18801 Beverly Road, Beverly Hills, Michigan 48025)
Winter Family Fun Day is FREE! This is now a pop-up event meaning the Village of Beverly Hills will announce 2020 dates in advance “weather permitting”. Activities include – sledding, ice skating, cross country skiing, warm drinks, a snow cave, winter golf, winter softball and snacks in the pavilion by the fire. Stay tuned for dates and details here.

Friday, January 17, 2020 through Sunday, January 19, 2020
Rochester Winter Festival – Fire and Ice Fest 2020CANCELLED / UNSCHEDULED FOR 2021 – Rochester “SnowGlow” 2021 event listed above will substitute for Fire & Ice
Downtown Rochester, Michigan (Third & Water Streets)
Fire and Ice Fest provides free family fun in Downtown Rochester. Hosted by the Rochester DDA. Events include fireworks, TasteFest, tube sledding, snow shoeing and cross country skiing, dog sled rides, ice skating, ice sculptures and more! Fire and Ice Festival schedule of events. Fire and Ice Festival Hours are from 5p-9p on Friday, 10a-9p on Saturday and 9a-5p on Sunday.

Saturday, January 18, 2020 through February 9 Weekends from 11a-8p Saturdays / 11a-6p on Sundays & MLK Day
Bloomfield Hills Winter Festivals – Bowers School Farm Winter Park
Bowers School Farm (1219 E Square Lake Rd, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304)
A winter day of sledding, skating, and concessions. Enjoy all these activities plus night skating under the lights and a heated Farm Activity Building. Admission is FREE. For more info,

Saturday, January 25, 2020 from 1p-5p
West Bloomfield Winter Festival – West Bloomfield Polar PartyCANCELLED / UNSCHEDULED FOR 2021
West Bloomfield Recreation Activities Center (4640 Walnut Lake Road, West Bloomfield, MI 48323, 248-451-1900)
Live animal show, hot cocoa station, snowman building contest, crafts, ice sculpture photo station, showshoeing (snowshoes provided). Event will be held rain or shine, snow or no snow! Pre-Registration required. 4 time slots to choose from. Open to residents AND non residents. Cost is $6 residents / $8 non-residents. Register here

Sunday, January 26, 2020 from 2p-5p
Oak Park Winter Festival – Winterfest 2020
Oak Park Community Center / Ice Arena
FREE ice skating, food, snacks, hot chocolate, live music, crafts, face-painting and more! Call 248-691-7555 for info.

Saturday, February 1, 2020 from noon-3p
Berkley Winter Festival – Berkley Winterfest 2020
Berkley Community Center Complex (2400 Robina, Berkley, MI 48072, 248-658-3470)
Enjoy winter sports, indoor and outdoor crafts, a snowman building contest, carnival games, ice sculptures, turkey bowling, a winter petting farm, bonfires and more at Berkley Winterfest. Presented by Berkley Parks and Recreation.

Saturday, February 1, 2020 from 2p-4p
Milford Winter Festival – Winterfest
Downtown Milford at Central Park
Enjoy hot chocolate, ice-skating, winter kayak sledding and more (weather permitting). Hosted by Milford Township.

Friday, February 7, 2020 through Sunday, February 9, 2020
Detroit Winter Festivals – Motown Winter BlastCANCELLED FOR 2021
Campus Martius Park (800 Woodward Ave, Detroit, Michigan)
Motown Winter Blast returns with all of your favorite activities – including activities such as ice skating, ice sculptures, marshmallow roasting, food trucks, family activities and live music, and more, The Winter Slide, zip lining down Cadillac Square, and the opportunity to skate for free all weekend long at Campus Martius Park (Skate Rental is $5). SEE SCHEDULE FOR DETAILS AND HOURS. Admission to Motown Winter Blast Weekends is FREE. For more info. Visit the Motown Winterblast website or call 313-963-8418.

Saturday, February 8, 2020 from noon-4p
Oakland Twp Winter Festival – Winter Carnival 2020CANCELLED FOR 2021
Bear Creek Nature Park (740 West Snell, Rochester, Michigan 48306) FREE Park & Shuttle At Rochester Christian Church (4435 Rochester Rd, Rochester Hills, MI 48306, 248-652-3353)
Activities include – live entertainment, crafts, a magic show, ice sculpture demonstration with photo ops, stilt walker, archery target shooting, penguin bowling, winter scavenger hunt, kiddie sledding (weather dependent), ice skating (weather dependent), and more. Warm beverages and pizza will be on hand while supplies last. FREE parking at Shuttle located at Rochester Christian Church (4435 Rochester Rd, Rochester Hills, MI 48306, 248-652-3353). ALL PARKING IS AT THIS LOCATION. This is a FREE event. Sponsored by Oakland Twp Parks and Rec. Call 248-651-7810 for details.

Saturday, February 8, 2020 from 1p-3p
Rochester Hills Winter Festival – Winterfest 2020
Bloomer Park (345 John R Road, Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309)
Hosted by the City of Rochester Hills. Enjoy sledding at the awesome Bloomer Park sledding hill, snowshoeing, and roasting marshmallows around the campfire with hot chocolate. Snow related activities will be replaced with a guided nature walk if there isn’t sufficient snow. $5 per person. Register before 2/6/20 at this link.

Saturday, February 15, 2020 from noon-4p / then 6p for Hockey Classic
Detroit Winter Festivals – Clark Park Winter Carnival
Clark Park (1130 Clark Avenue, Detroit, MI 48209)
Enjoy food, outdoor games, music, skating, petting zoo, horse-drawn carriage, marshmallow roasting, ice skating and more! A Winter Carnival Hockey Classic follows the event. Women’s game starts at 6p, men’s game starts at 7:30p. For more info, visit

Saturday, February 15, 2020 from 3p-6:45p
White Lake Winter Festival – WLCL Winter CarnivalCANCELLED / UNSCHEDULED FOR 2021 –
White Lake Inn (3955 Ormond Rd, White Lake, MI 48383, 248-887-1818)
Hosted by the White Lake Citizens League Winter Carnival. The annual winter festival has fireworks, a broomball tournament, kids activities, and more. More info…schedule of events. 2020 NOTE – This event is weather-dependent and may be postponed or canceled if the lake does not have sufficient ice levels.

Sunday, March 1, 2020 from 2p-4:30p
Southfield Winter Festival – Southfield Winter Fest 2020
Southfield Pavilion (26000 Evergreen Rd, Southfield, MI)
Fun includes games, FREE ice skating, marshmallow roasting, horse-drawn carriage rides, snow tubing, and more! Refreshments available for purchase. You can also enjoy indoor winter fun inside the Southfield Pavilion with inflatable games, face painting, and more. This is a FREE event. For more information, contact Southfield Parks & Recreation at 248-796-4620 or visit

See our Events / Things To Do tab for more events, activities and things to do in Oakland County and Metro Detroit Michigan.

This Winter Festivals Metro Detroit 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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