A canopy of lights hovers above the trails, making for a magical holiday ride.
COMMERCE TWP., Mich.—The trails of the Multi Lakes Conservation Association have transformed into a magical escape this holiday season. The wooded path is filled with lights, a dozen installations, and interactive features to provide a sensory experience for families.
The half-mile journey usually takes guests about 30 to 45 minutes to complete, but guests are encouraged to take their time and go at their own pace. Tickets are $20 for general admission, and $10 for children ages 4 to 12.
Aurora reminds families that they don’t have to stay indoors. With this event, everyone is encouraged to spend some time outside and let their imaginations wander—safely.
“Safety is a number one priority for us. We designed this event to be outdoors, with no touch-interactions, and to be a walking experience so that there are not large gatherings of people,” Glenlore Trails lists on the event’s website.
In addition, masks must be worn at all times while on the trail, and guests are encouraged to practice social distancing. Ticket quantities have been reduced to minimize the size of crowds, and guests are required to purchase them ahead of time.
Families have until January 10th to experience the wonder of Aurora and see what could possibly happening, hidden in the forest.