Explore these Winding Corn Mazes in Southwest Michigan
Nothing says fall better than a wander through a corn maze. Unless you count raking leaves! But corn mazes are so much more fun, right?!
Southwest Michigan has several corn mazes plus most have hayrides and other fall activities to enjoy while you’re there.
Call one of these listed below your family favorite? We’d love to hear from you: comment below and let us know where you’ll be “navigating” this fall.
Photo: Crane Orchard Farms
♥ OPEN Bumbleberry Acres
6785 Baseline Rd, South Haven, MI 49090
This farm in South Haven offers a 3-mile corn maze to test your navigation skills (plan for up to two hours to complete).
Plenty of other family fun including wagon rides, farm animals, corn cannon, barrel train ride. Teens may enjoy the haunted corn maze and trail.
Contant’s Farm Market
♥ OPEN Contant’s Farm Market
2500 S M-37 Hwy, Hastings, MI 49058
Contant’s Farm Market and Greenhouse in Hastings delivers a 14-acre corn maze. The winding turns of this maze will keep you guessing. It’s not for the faint of heart. Don’t let a rainy day keep you away.
Contant’s Farm also offers u-pick apples and a barrel train ride through their orchard.
♥ OPEN Cornwell’s Turkeyville
18935 15 1/2 Mile Rd, Marshall, MI 49068
Cornwell’s Turkeyville brings the fun this fall. Their Haunted Adventure typically runs every weekend in October.
Your family can partake in a spooky hayride, corn maze, haunted barn, and a ghoulish train.
The Country Mill
♥ OPEN The Country Mill
4648 Otto Rd, Charlotte, MI 48813
Spend an afternoon of family fun on the farm at The Country Mill cider mill, orchard and winery located in Charlotte. After you try out the corn maze, let the kids enjoy feeding the llamas & alpacas at the playground.
Families can relax on a horse-drawn wagon ride while savoring donuts, caramel apples, and pies in the bakery. On the weekends purchase a wristband for same-day entries into the train ride, storybook hayride, pumpkin patch, apple cannon, corn maze, and indoor inflatable play area.
♥ OPEN Crane Orchards
6054 124th Ave, Fennville, MI 49408
A 20-acre corn maze is no joke. Crane Orchards, in Fennville, takes the prize for one of the largest mazes in Southwest Michigan.
Some other highlights about Crane Orchard are the lookout deck in the center of the field and U-Pick fruit, hayride, AND their adorable cow train.
Photo: Crane Orchards
Gull Meadow Farms
♥ OPEN Gull Meadow Farms
8544 Gull Rd, Richland, MI 49083
Located just east of Kalamazoo in the village of Richland is family favorite Gull Meadow Farms.
For those not sure about the big, six-acre corn maze, try the mini-maze with minimal twists and turns. It’s a great option for little ones in the family. Don’t forget about the Family-Friendly Flashlight maze that returns Friday and Saturday nights in October.
Admission tickets include both the corn maze and farm activities.
2020’s maze is “Stronger Together.” See their video on the story behind this year’s theme.
Photo: Gull Meadow Farms
Harvest Moon Acres
♥ OPEN Harvest Moon Acres
18725 M-40, Gobles, MI 49055
At Harvest Moon Acres features a five-acre corn maze theme. Admission includes the corn maze, hayrides, animal barn and kid activities.
Feeling adventurous? Harvest Moon Acres is excited to offer flashlight night maze on Saturday evenings.
♥ OPEN Jollay Orchards
1850 Friday Rd, Coloma, MI 49038
Visit Harvest Festival each weekend (Friday/Saturday/Sunday) through November 1, 2020. Hayrides are the mode of transportation at this orchard.
During the weekend Harvest Festival, families can enjoy pond fishing, cornfield maze, playground, haunted house and caterpillar crawl. Cash Only.
M-60 Corn Maze
♥ OPEN M-60 Corn Maze
8220 M-60, Union City, MI 49094
The M-60 Corn Maze in Union City will open 2020, after all! Take the family and navigate your way through the Animal themed maze and make sure to stop at the pumpkin patch.
⊗ CLOSED (Closed for 2020) Motycka’s Pumpkins
9709 W O Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49009
Motycka’s Pumpkins is conveniently located in Kalamazoo and offers a FREE corn maze, perfect for younger children or beginners.
Plan about 15 minutes to navigate through the maze and grab a pumpkin while you’re visiting.
4588 D Dr S, Battle Creek, MI 49015
Enjoy a hayride through the forest and around the pumpkin patch at Station 66 in Battle Creek.
Craving a treat? Munch on hot apple and pumpkin donuts, and drink fresh-squeezed apple cider.