Best Corn Mazes for Families in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

For a fall-themed family fun experience, visit one of these corn mazes in metro Detroit and beyond in 2022.

When it comes to fall-themed fun, corn mazes a must for the season. There are plenty of places in Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties for families of all ages to enjoy this beloved fall pastime.

Browse our list of corn mazes in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor to find a spot near you but note that some are easier than others, and some may be particularly spooky come October, so check ahead to see what maze is right for you and your family.

Corn Fun Corn Maze Adventure Park 

This year’s corn maze theme is, “Fun on the Farm.” Enjoy both mazes, solve the Farm Scene Investigation game and then relax by the bonfire with cider and donuts.

Debuck’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch

Explore their 15-acre corn maze (easy, medium and hard options), wagon rides to and from the 20 acre pumpkin patch, pedal trike track, combine slide, bounce pads, king of the hill, Fun Goat Village, Gaga Ball Pit and much more.

Diehl’s Orchard and Cider Mill 

Beginning in early September, the corn maze is between a half-mile and a mile long, depending on the year and difficulty, so get your exercise in by winding your way through this maze. There aren’t any u-pick apples this year but you can get them pre-packaged starting in mid-August.

Farmer J’s World Record Corn Maze 

This massive record-holding maze will keep your kiddos occupied for hours as they try to find their way out. Tickets can be pre-purchased online and families can also enjoy shooting ears of corn out of a corn cannon, pick up pumpkins and check out a concession stand.

Kackleberry Farm 

  • Address: 6421 N. Stoney Creek Road, Monroe
  • Cost: Admission varies by day of the week: $9.95-$15.95; check the website for special events, discount days and season pass purchase

Check out all three mazes over the 12 acres of corn. The smallest maze is used for teaching – has an anti-bullying story and Michigan facts. Feed the animals, chuck pumpkins and come back at night for flashlight maze hunts.

Long Family Orchard, Farm & Cider Mill 

Pick your own apples and pumpkins, take a relaxing wagon ride and check out the Corn Maze. Try some homemade doughnuts and cider. Pick up some honey, apple butter, preserves and breads too.

Maybury Farm Corn Maze

Admission includes the wagon ride to and from the maze, which spans 9 acres this year. Your ticket includes a ride to the maze and a chance to feed farm animals. This year there will also be a maze scavenger hunt.

Slaughterhouse Adventure’s Non-Haunted Corn Maze 

In addition to a haunted maze, the non-haunted maze is perfect for families with young children. The kids will enjoy hanging out in the refurbished barn with refreshments, slides, video games and more.

The Blast Corn Maze at Nixon Farms 

Test out your skills on a 14-acre maze or go out the short or medium exits. Flashlights are required after dusk, so bring your own or rent one. There will be a QR code map of the maze if you are feeling lost or need help navigating.

Three Cedars Farm 

Seven acres is a lot of land to cover so get moving through this maze. On the main path are three cedar trees. If you find them, and mark it on your ticket, you get entered for a chance to win a prize at the end of the season.

Trabbic Family Pumpkin Farm  

This working farm has over 40 acres of pumpkins to choose from along with their four-acre maze for adults, teens and families. Also, cider and doughnuts, animals and rides. Cash only.

Westview Orchards and Adventure Farm 

There are six acres of fun to explore in the maze covering over two miles of trail. Farm Fun tickets do not include apple or pumpkin picking.

Wiard’s Orchard & County Fair 

The corn maze is included in the admission for the fair, so check out this and other attractions such as their new mega triple slide, wagon rides, a play area and more. County Fair tickets are only available online.

Looking for more family fun fall or Halloween events in metro Detroit? Check out the best cider mills and U-Pick orchards in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor or, if you’re looking for scarier fun, our list of hayrides and haunted house in southeast Michigan.

This post is updated annually. 

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