From sledding to cross-country skiing, and everything in between, check out this fun list for all ages to enjoy in the Detroit area during the winter. And the best part – everything listed is free!
The rink at Campus Martius Park features surround-sound music and color-changing lighting.
Get creative this Valentine’s Day with a date outdoors, no matter what climate you live in.
Three ice dancing teams , who train in metro Detroit, have been named to the 2014 U.S. Olympic team for the winter Olympics in Sochi.
The weather outside is frightful — so much in fact that officials have been forced to cancel some of Tuesday’s open skating sessions at Comerica Park.
Whether a seasoned ice skater or a beginner, rinks in the Detroit area offer a variety of options for those looking to do some skating this season.
The skating rink at Campus Martius Park will open to the public for a weekend of pre-season skating Friday, Nov. 9 through Sunday, Nov. 11, before the rink officially opens on Friday, Nov. 16, following the Detroit Tree Lighting Ceremony.
No hockey at the Joe this month? No problem.
The 8th Annual Motown Winter Blast is already underway and many are making it into Downtown Detroit to enjoy the fun.
Attendance is already up at Motown Winter Blast this year by about 30 percent. That’s according to producer Jon Witz who says they’ve had about 60,000 people come through the event so far.