Winter is definitely upon SE Michigan, but don’t despair, there is plenty to do while you wait to open your pool this spring. The Greater Detroit area has so many fun activities, not to mention Ann Arbor, and other close proximities.

Henry Ford Museum is full of history that made this region great, and is a fantastic indoor activity for adults and families alike.Michigan, USA

A Red Wings game is always a fun event.  Detroit isn’t called Hockey Town for nothing.

The Pistons might be in town, if basketball is what makes you happy. 

Cabela’s is a place that kids of all ages enjoy browsing.  With their live stream of fish, and the amazing big game mounts, everyone is sure to love it.  Don’t forget to stop in their café for a quick bite to eat.

Splash Universe is right there by Cabela’s.  Take a ride down Lazy River, or twist your way down the great slides.  Your kids need a fun day in the water.

Kensington Park is full of fun outdoor activities.  Sledding, tobogganing, just bundle up and prepare to enjoy a day on the slopes.

College Basketball in Ann Arbor is a nice way to spend an evening or Saturday after you enjoy a great meal at one of the area restaurants with your friends or family.

The Detroit Institute of Art - Admission to this incredible museum is miraculously free of charge for Oakland, Wayne, and Macomb county residents. Make sure you check out the free entertainment and films on Friday nights.

Walk or bike, skate or job the Dequindre Cut. Just get out and enjoy this beautiful 1.35-mile path of green space in the city!

Ride the elevator at the Renaissance Tower or climb. Climbing the up 72 stories and watching the view of Windsor and the Detroit River through the glass also provides a you with a sweet chance to wave at Canada.

Get your family together and begin to plan your swimming pool project or a party to celebrate opening your pool in the spring! 

With so many choices, spring will be here before you know it, and you’ll be ready for all your amazing pool activities. 

Category: Pool Guide