No autumn in Michigan is complete without time spent outside to enjoy the feel of the crisp air, the sound of leaves crunching under your feet, and the rustle of corn stalks swaying in the breeze.
Enjoy the simple pleasures of fall and get lost in the fun as you explore these many corn mazes with your family!
Blast Corn Maze at Nixon Farms
This maze is 10 acres and boasts three and a half miles of trails with three exits for a short, medium, or full corn maze experience. There’s also a u-pick pumpkin patch, hayrides, corn cannon, and delicious treats. Masks are required for visiting the farm, and social distancing is expected in the corn maze.
Cost: General Farm Admission $10/adults, $7/kids 5-12. Tickets must be purchased online.
6175 Daly Rd, Dexter, 48130. blastcornmaze.mazeplay.com. | Hours: 5-10pm, Fridays; 11am-10pm, Saturdays; and 11am-8pm, Sundays
Bonadeo Farms Corn Maze
In addition to the corn maze, there is a playground, pumpkin patch, hayrides, cider, and donuts.
Cost: $8/adults, $5/kids.
1215 White Lake Rd, Highland Township. 248-787-4553. bonadeofarms.com. | Hours: 10am-6pm, Saturday and Sunday
Coleman’s Corn Maze
Try your hand at navigation with Coleman’s Corn Maze! This fifteen-acre field has some of the tallest, densest, and fullest corn in the area with three professionally designed and cut corn mazes for you to try. There is a total of over 5 miles of challenging trails to test your navigation skills. Each maze is separated which allows you to decide how much time you want to spend wandering the dense maze. With 18 checkpoints to find and a mystery to solve, you’re sure to have a fun time being lost here.
12758 Jordan Rd., Saline. 734-429-1212. colemanscornmazes.com. | Hours: 8am-2pm, Saturdya; 10am-2pm, Sunday.
CornFun Corn Maze Adventure Park
There are two mazes that span 13 acres with multiple checkpoints. They are both professionally designed. This year’s theme is “Moon Landing Apollo’s 50th Anniversary.” Enjoy a variety of other family-fun activities, such as hayrides and a rope maze, as well as cider and donuts.
Cost: $4/ages 4+, free/3 and under. Tickets may be purchased online.
9391 Lindsey Lane (29 Mile Road), Casco Township. 586-365-9401. cornfun.com. | Hours: 11am-7pm, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (gates close at 9pm).
DeBucks’ Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch
In addition to enjoying the corn maze, families can pick a pumpkin, play in the family fun area, and get some treats in the country kitchen. They also have over 13 acres of sunflowers to view. Wearing a mask and social distancing is required.
Cost: $15/ages 2-65, free/under age 2; $12 admission on Oct. 9 & Oct. 16. Tickets must be purchased online.
50240 Martz Road, Belleville. 734-260-0334. debuckscornmaze.com. | Hours: 10am-4pm, Friday; and 10am-6pm, Saturday and Sunday
Diehl’s Orchard and Cider Mill
This maze is a winding one mile trail that will challenge all ages. A walk-up window for cider and donut sales is available to assist with social distancing.
Cost: $5/person, free/5 and under, +$2 for hayride
1479 Ranch Road, Holly. 248-634-8981. diehlsorchard.com. | Hours: 9am-6pm, daily
Test your navigation skills by finding five of the pictures printed on your admission ticket! This maze is fun for all ages. All staff wear masks, and social distancing is expected.
Cost: $5/person, free/2 and under with a paid adult. Pay by cash or check.
61475 Silver Lake Road, South Lyon. 248-437-0150. erwinorchards.com/wordpress/corn-maze. | Hours: 6am-7pm, daily
Farmer J’s World Record Corn Maze
This record-breaking maze will keep your family busy for hours. A farm scene investigation game is included with every purchase.
Cost: $11/12 and up, $5/ages 6-11, free/5 and under. Tickets may be purchased online or pay in cash in person.
16405 Pherdun Road, Dundee. 734-216-6230. cornmazefun.net/index.html | Hours: 6-10pm, Friday; and 1-10pm Saturday and Sunday
There are three mazes that cover 12 acres for a variety of challenges. Come back at night for flashlight maze hunts. Masks are required indoors and where social distancing can’t be maintained.
Cost: $14/person, free/under 36 inches. Check the website for special events and discount days. Tickets can be purchased online.
6421 N. Stoney Creek Road, Monroe. 734-240-0825. kackleberryfarm.com/fall-fun/maze | Hours: 5-10pm, Thursday; 5-11pm, Friday; Noon-11pm, Saturday; and Noon-10pm Sunday (last ticket sold two hours before closing).
Maybury Farm Corn Maze
This maze is 10 acres and is limited to a one-hour completion to adhere to COVID-19 regulations. There is also a one-acre kiddie maze which takes about 20 minutes to complete.
Cost: $10/ages 2+, free/under 2. Tickets must be purchased online.
50165 Eight Mile Road, Northville. 248-374-0200. Mayburyfarm.org. | Hours: 5-9pm, Friday; 10am-9pm, Saturday; and 10am-7pm Sunday
Porter’s Orchard Farm Market and Cider Mill
This 14-acre maze has two paths set up: a little path for those with little legs and then a full maze for the most daring. You can also enjoy a hayride and pick-a-pumpkin.
Cost: $6 (includes hayride)
12060 Hegel Road, Goodrich. 810-636-7156. portersorchard.com. | Hours: 9am-6pm, Monday-Saturday and Noon-6pm, Sunday
Slaughterhouse Adventure’s Non-Haunted Corn Maze
This is a 26-acre corn maze that can be explored as either a haunted maze or a non-haunted maze. Sundays are for non-haunted maze walkers only.
Cost: $7/non-haunted maze, $15/haunted maze
5781 W. Grand River Road, Fowlerville. 517-223-9140. facebook.com/slaughterhouseadventure. | Hours: 6-11pm, Friday; 1-11pm, Saturday; and 1-6pm Sunday
Spicer Orchards Corn Maze
Turn in your corn maze ticket after you’re done for a cider and donut! For an additional fee, you can enjoy the farm playground, take a wagon ride, and pick your own apples and pumpkins. Adults can also enjoy the winery. Social distancing is expected and masks are required when social distancing is not possible.
Cost: $7 (includes cider and donut). Some credit and debit cards are accepted. Cash is preferred.
10411 Clyde Rd, Fenton. 810-632-7692. spicerorchards.com. | Hours: 9am-6pm, daily
Three Cedars Farm
This maze is seven acres and contains three cedar trees. Each tree has a unique hole punch. Punch your tickets and turn them in for a chance to win a prize at the end of the season.
Cost: $5/person, free/ages 3 and under
7897 Six Mile Road, Northville. 248-437-8200. Threecedarsfarm.org. | Hours: 10am-8pm, Sunday-Thursday; and 10am-10pm Friday-Saturday
Westview Orchards and Adventure Farm
This maze is six acres and includes over two miles of trail. Adults can enjoy the outdoor schoolhouse winery as well. Farm Fun Admission includes a corn maze, wagon ride, playground, and much more.
Cost: $10/person. Tickets can be purchased online for weekends. In-person only on weekdays.
65075 Van Dyke, Washington Township. 586-752-3123. westvieworchards.com | Hours: 10am-5pm, Saturday-Sunday
Wiard’s Orchards and Country Fair
Their corn maze is included in the Country Fair admission price! The Country Fair ticket includes wagon rides, an animal farm, mini golf, play areas, u-pick apples, u-pick pumpkin patch, cider, and donuts.
Cost: $15/Wednesdays-Fridays, $20/weekends, free/babies 23 months and under. Limited tickets are available. Ordering online is highly recommended.
5565 Merritt Road, Ypsilanti. 734-390-9211. Wiards.com. | Hours: 11am-5:30pm, Wednesday-Sunday