How Good are Your Navigation Skills? Corn Maze Adventure Awaits!
Navigating through the intricate corn mazes is a fall family must-do activity.
We’ve found nine farms near Kalamazoo that offer corn mazes with a variety of sizes, designs and difficulties. And for those up for a challenge, some offer nighttime visits where finding your way out with only a flashlight.
Read on to find the best corn maze places, all within an hour or so, of Kalamazoo.
Corn Maze Tips
Some things to consider before venturing out to your favorite corn maze:
1 – Confirm Payment Options. Many farms are cash only; call or check online to verify payment options before heading out.
2 – Corn Mazes are Weather Dependent. Call and/or check Facebook before visiting; they often close temporarily due to rain.
3 – Corn Mazes are Messy. Wear comfy clothes for walking (big mazes can take over an hour to navigate) and dress for the weather. Bug spray and rain boots are often helpful for walking though the (sometimes muddy) fields.
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.
This farm in South Haven offers a 1.5-mile corn maze to test your navigation skills; 2021’s busy bee may take up two hours to complete.
Enhance your maze experience with maze games: choose between the Farm Scene Treasure Hunt or Farm Scene Investigation (FSI).
Plenty of other family fun including wagon rides, farm animals, playground, u-pick pumpkins and barrel train ride.
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.
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.
Gull Meadow Farms offers a five-acre maze to explore. This year’s theme is Your Life Matters.
For younger visitors who may not want to tackle such a large area, Gull Meadow also offers a mini maze for them to enjoy.
Night Maze Nights: In October, bring your flashlights and explore the maze at night for a different experience! This event is family-friendly (no spooky stuff). 2021 Dates: October 22, 23, 29, 30.
At Harvest Moon Acres features a five-acre corn maze theme. Admission includes the corn maze, hayrides, animal barn and kid activities. Fall season runs Sept 25 – Oct 31, 2021.
Feeling adventurous? Harvest Moon Acres is excited to offer flashlight night maze on Saturday evenings.
Visit Harvest Festival each weekend (Friday/Saturday/Sunday) through October 31, 2021. Hayrides are the mode of transportation at this orchard, with a new ride stopping by every ten minutes.
During the weekend Harvest Festival, families can enjoy pond fishing, corn maze, playground, haunted house u-pick fruit. Cash Only.
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