What better way to spend Father’s Day than watching a baseball game? You can’t lose when you take Dad to see the West Michigan Whitecaps. The team will host Dayton on Father’s Day weekend. The teams square off on both Saturday, June 16 and Sunday, June 17. Saturday’s game includes a fireworks display, and Sunday’s contest is Throwback Jersey Night in honor of the team’s 25th season. Tickets range from $8 for Cornerstone Lawn Seating all the way up to $16 for Premium Boxed Seats.
PAINT CREEK TRAIL
Why not tell Dad to take a hike on Father’s Day? Better yet, take him on one. Whisking him away to Paint Creek Trail is the ideal way to get some quality time with Dad while relaxing in the great outdoors. Nestled in northeast Oakland County, Paint Creek Trail is an 8.9-mile linear park that used to be the Penn Central Railroad. Owned and managed by the Paint Creek Trailways Commission, it was the state’s first non-motorized Rail-to-Trail. The 8-foot-wide, non-motorized trail journeys through Rochester, Rochester Hills, Oakland Township, Orion Township, and the Village of Lake Orion. It’s a great way to reconnect with nature and with Dad on his special day.
FATHER’S DAY BEER TASTING BOAT CRUISE
Another way to treat Dad like a king is by taking him to Motor City Brew Tours Presents: Father’s Day Beer Tasting Boat Cruise. Head to Detroit for a cruise along the Detroit River aboard the Detroit Princess. Indulge in any of more than 30 Spring/Summer Seasonal Beers and Hard Ciders from Michigan & Beyond. Tickets are $62.50 each and include a Commemorative MCBT cup, 15 drink sample tickets for 4 ounce pours per sample, a feast of appetizers, and a boat cruise. The two-hour cruise starts at noon on Sunday, June 17, at Detroit Princess Riverboat Dock between Cobo Hall and Hart Plaza. Boarding begins at 11:30 AM.
These are just three options you can utilize to create an unforgettable Father’s Day in Fairlane Woods and the surrounding areas. If you are looking for a place to call home, please contact us to arrange a tour. We would love to show you what we have to offer.