10 Southeast Michigan Corn Mazes to Get Lost in This Fall

These area farms are repurposing their corn fields and getting in the spirit of the season.
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When it comes to fall fun, don’t sleep on southeast Michigan. With beautiful foliage tours, apple orchards and cider mills, and terrifying haunted houses, there’s so much seasonal fun in our area — and corn mazes aren’t too far down the list.

Whether you like your corn mazes with a side of pumpkin picking or want to get spooked as you make your way through the stalks, here are 10 area farms offering corn mazes for fall 2023.

Blake’s Big Apple

Test your bravery playing zombie paintball, riding the haunted hayride, tackling the three-story haunted barn or finding your way out of the dark corn stalk maze. Not into the spooky stuff? They also have apple and pumpkin picking as well as other fall activities. Opens Sept. 15, haunted attractions open after sunset. Prices vary by attraction. 71485 North Ave., Armada; blakefarms.com.

Bonadeo Farms

Find both daytime and nighttime fun from the last weekend in September to the last weekend in October. During the day, tackle the corn maze, take a hayride, visit the pumpkin patch, and more. At night, hayrides continue and the haunted house opens. Cider and donuts, too. Weekends Sept. 29-Oct. 29. The corn maze is $10 for adults, and $5 for kids. Other fees may apply, check ahead. 1215 White Lake Road, Highland Township; bonadeofarm.com.

DeBuck’s Family Farm

The fall festival at this second-generation family-owned farm offers so many seasonal attractions including a larger-than-life pumpkin display, pumpkin picking, a giant slide, train and wagon rides, a corn box, jump pad, and of course, a corn maze. Sept. 16-Oct. 29. $16.95-$21.95 online, $20-$25 at the gate. 50240 Martz Road, Belleville; debucksfamilyfarm.com.

Diehl’s Orchard & Cider Mill

Come for the cider, donuts, and u-pick apples. Stay for the challenge of finding your way out of the half- to one-mile corn maze. Add a campfire for an extra fee. Opens early September. No cost for the corn maze. Fees apply for certain activities. 1479 Ranch Road, Holly; diehlsorchard.com.  

Kackleberry Farms

Located in Monroe, this farm features a seven-acre corn maze with games inside to help you navigate through a new maze every year. Plus, pumpkin picking, apple cannons, farm animals, a barrel train, hayrides, and more. Select days Sept. 2-Oct. 29. $15.99 for general admission, $16.99 for an ultimate fun pass. 6421 N. Stoney Creek Road, Monroe; kackleberryfarms.com.

Long Family Farm

Fresh garden vegetables, apples, pumpkins, and more are the big draw for this farm, but they also offer a cider mill and Family Fun Farm on weekends during the fall that features hayrides, giant hill slide, combine slide, and a challenging corn maze that changes every year, among other activities. The Family Fun Farm is not yet open for the season. Weekends only, contact the farm for open dates and details. Fees apply, last admission tickets sold at 5 p.m. 1540 E. Commerce Road, Commerce; longsorchard.com.   

Maybury Farm

Take a hayride to and from one of the two corn mazes at this farm. There’s a one-acre mini maze that takes about 20 minutes to complete for younger patrons, and a full nine-acre maze that will take around an hour to complete for those looking for a challenge. Enjoy cider and doughnuts, and farm animals, too. Weekends Oct. 6-29. $13 general admission, free for kids under 2. 50165 Eight Mile Road, Northville; mayburyfarm.org.

Spicer Orchards

Make your way through a corn maze that changes every year. Turn in your maze ticket for a cup of cider and a doughnut from the bakery. Plus, visit the pumpkin patch and pick apples. There’s even more fun if you visit on the weekend. Daily through the end of October. $10 for the corn maze, fees may apply for other activities. 10411 Clyde Road, Fenton; spicerorchards.com.

Three Cedars Farm

Visit the donut hut for pasteurized cider, cider slushies, caramel apples, doughnuts, and other farm market products. Before (or after) you pick up your snacks, head to the five-acre pumpkin patch to find your perfect gourd or tackle the seven-acre corn maze and see if you can find the three cedar trees hidden on the main paths. If you find them all, you’ll be entered for a chance to win a prize. They have a play area filled with live animals and activities, too. Weekends through Nov. 5. $5 for the corn maze, fees apply for other activities. 7897 Six Mile Road, Northville; threecedarsfarm.org.

Wiard’s Orchards & Country Fair

The “family fun destination for your fall season” offers a corn maze, petting farm, old west wagon rides, and apple and pumpkin picking, among other activities and attractions. Inflatable bounce houses every weekend, too. Opens in September. $17.50 for weekday tickets, $25 for weekend tickets. 5565 Merritt Road, Ypsilanti; wiards.com.