Clinton Fall Festival

Clinton Michigan draws tens of thousands of visitors to their little village next to the River Raisin in northeastern Lenawee County each fall. What began as a way to help local merchants attract business in 1973 has grown to a three day extravaganza!

Large areas of the village are filled with creative works of arts and crafts vendors, tempting aromas from food vendors, new ideas and products displayed by a variety of merchants, opportunities to learn from non-profit groups, and exciting entertainment on two stages. At one end of town the car show will help you plan your dream car. While at the other end a small rodeo encourages dreams of bronco busting bravery and carnival rides provide thrills. Lost Arts at the Community Center remind you of the artistry and skills of our ancestors. Children will love the petting zoo, camel rides, mini-tractor pull, and the inflatables. A highlight of Sunday’s activities is the hour long parade with over 100 units.

It’s not surprising to Clinton residents that our Fall Festival has been voted “Best of Lenawee County.” Come join us the last full weekend of September and experience the fun yourself! You will also be helping all the non-profit groups in our village raise money for their work, and helping the Fall Festival Committee raise money for renewable scholarships for our high school students.

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