Our Annual Highland Games grounds are wheelchair-accessible. However, due to the large size and natural terrain it can be difficult to navigate the grounds with a wheelchair. You must have a State issues handicapped parking permit to use the on-site handicapped parking area. Use the Newburgh Road entrance to access the handicapped parking area.
ADMISSIONS: Coming Soon
2019 admissions info goes here
Can be purchased at: the entertainment tents, food vendors and water tents. Available: soft drinks, bottled water, liquor, beer, and wine.
Whether you are researching your family tree or would like to know more about your surname history, Clan Row is place you’ll want to visit during our Annual Highland Games. Please view our Clans Page to find out which clans will be represented at our Annual Highland Games.
If you have questions about our Annual Highland Games, contact us via email at email@example.com.
Or give us a call at 248-526-1849.
Email is the preferred method of contact.
FIRST AID & EMERGENCY:
– The onsite First Aid tent is across from the main entertainment tent. First Aid treatment is available only.
– If additional treatment is necessary, an ambulance will transport you to the hospital & charges will be made by the appropriate hospital & ambulance service.
FESTIVAL RULES AND REGULATIONS:
– No vehicles may park in an unauthorized parking area. Visitors may be towed away at the owner’s expense, without notice. Please use the parking facilities.
– No vendors may set up their wares, except for those already contracted by St. Andrew’s Society of Detroit.
– No printed materials, including political material aimed at any person or party, may be distributed during the festival.
– All bicycles must be walked through the grounds. Skateboards and roller blades are not permitted.
– Portable tape players and/or radios are not permitted on the festival site.
– No drugs or illegal activities will be tolerated at the festival.
– Coolers or picnic baskets are allowed at the festival, but not permitted at the Ceilidh.
– Dogs on leashes are allowed at the festival on Saturday only, but no dogs are permitted at the Ceilidh.
– Do not carry alcoholic beverages outside of the areas where these beverages are served. It is against state law to do so and you will be stopped.
– St. Andrew’s Society of Detroit follows regulations established by the Michigan Liquor Control Board. Proper ID must be presented upon request.
LIVING HISTORY AREA:
Living History Programs are presented at the end of or to the North of Clan Row. Please view our Event Schedule Page for location.
HOTELS AND CAMPING:
Visit our Lodging Page for our host hotel information. Camping is not allowed on the Festival grounds.
LOST AND FOUND:
Go to the Welcome Center tent.
Please direct all media inquiries, including requests for interviews and press credentials to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit our Media and Press page for a complete list of Festival sponsors.
Assorted apparel items, jewelry, tote bags and more will be available at the Souvenir tent in the Welcome Center.
TRANSPORTATION AND PARKING:
Visit our Location page for full transportation and parking information.
For more information, please visit our Volunteer page.