A-Maze-ing Fall: Exploring Corn Mazes in Metro Detroit

September 10, 2023
corn mazes at maybury farms

Photo courtesy of Maybury Farms

As fall descends upon Metro Detroit, the area transforms into colorful foliage and brisker air, offering an idyllic backdrop for some classic fall fun. From Wayne County to Belleville and beyond, farms and fairs come alive during the season. One fall experience that stands out is navigating through the intricately designed corn mazes throughout the area. Whether you’re looking for haunted twists that will send shivers down your spine or more family-friendly mazes that promise an experience unlike the eerie Children of the Corn, Metro Detroit has something for everyone. So grab your latte, put on your coziest sweater, and join us as we guide you through the best corn mazes that Metro Detroit has to offer this fall season.


50240 Martz Road, Belleville


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September 16, 17, 23, 24, and 30: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. 

October 1 – 29:

Thursday & Friday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

The corn maze at DeBuck’s is giant at 15 acres and has three difficulty levels: easy, intermediate, and hard. There’s only one correct path through the maze and help is available should you get lost, but only if you ask for it. Your general admission ticket for the Fall Festival gets you in for the day and includes the corn maze, pumpkin patch, and more than 25 other activities at the farm.



50165 8 Mile Road, Northville


Friday: 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Saturday: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. 

Sunday:  10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Enjoy two different corn mazes after a wagon ride from Maybury Farm designed with all ages in mind. “Our Corn Maze is 10 acres, 1 acre that is smaller/easier for children as well as guests who are directionally challenged (like me) and then the bigger 9-acre maze that contains a scavenger hunt,” Diana Wallace, Executive Director says. Tickets are $15 per person and include the wagon ride to and from the maze, as well as access to visit the farm animals in the barn. Children under 2 receive free admission but must ride on a lap during the wagon ride. You can enjoy the cider, donuts, playground area, and farm animals while you’re visiting as well.

Photo courtesy of Maybury Farm


7897 Six Mile Road, Northville 


Sunday – Thursday: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Friday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Three Cedars Farm has a seven-acre corn maze challenging enough for the whole family. As you make your way through the maze, be on the lookout for the three cedar trees with attached hole punchers hidden on the main paths. If you find all three and get each unique hole punch, you’ll be entered to win a prize. Admission to the corn maze is $5 per person.


65075 Van Dyke, Washington


Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Fall Weekends are back at Westview Orchards and there is so much to explore. The corn maze is definitely a highlight of the activity list with a design that can be seen from above. Communications Manager Connie Smith has shared, “One of the most inspiring aspects of this year’s Fall Season at Westview Orchards is its partnership with Jay’s Juniors, an incredible charity initiative spearheaded by Jay Towers from 100.3’s WNIC and WJBK Fox 2 News morning. The farm’s corn maze, ingeniously carved into the shape of the Jay’s Juniors logo symbolizes solidarity with chronically or terminally ill children. Katrina Roy, Westview’s co-owner says, “We’re not just about apples and pumpkins; we’re about making a positive impact. Our corn maze represents hope and support for children who deserve a chance to experience joy despite their challenges.” Admission to the orchard also includes a three-acre playground, straw bale mountain, farm animals, and wagon rides, just to name a few.  

Photo courtesy of Westview Orchards & Winery


17985 Armada Center Road, Armada


Daily 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Blake’s Orchard is a longtime staple for fall fun, and each year it seems they add on to their Funland attractions. The corn maze is just one part of the more than twenty activities that make up Funland. Day and season passes are available to keep everyone entertained all season long.


6421 North Stoney Creek Road, Monroe 


Thursday – Friday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Saturday: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Sunday: 12 p.m. – 7 p.m.

The seven-acre corn maze at Kackleberry Farm is a ton of fun because it’s different each year. Clues are hidden inside the maze to help you find your way out. The farm also has over 30 activities, including a pumpkin patch, apple cannons, and bonfires to fill your day with fall festivities. Marketing Manager Trevor Middleton tells us, “If you’re looking for an experience like no other, Kackleberry Farms is the place for you. We have added a 150’ long Super Mega-Slide this year that is perfect for all the thrill-seekers. If you’re more of a scavenger hunter, our Bigfoot-themed corn maze is sure to excite you. See if you can find Bigfoot in our corn maze! Join us on the farm this fall for a fun memorable experience!”

Photo courtesy of Kackleberry Farm


5565 Merritt Road, Ypsilanti Charter Township  


Wednesday – Friday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Saturday – Sunday: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Beyond the corn maze, Wiard’s Orchard has a plethora of family-friendly activities throughout the over 100-acre farm. There is an animal petting farm, wagon rides, apple picking, and several playgrounds, to name a few attractions. On the weekends, you’ll also find inflatable bounce houses and slides, apple cannons, fire engine rides, and more. 

Photo courtesy of Wiard’s Orchard and Country Fair

This article has been updated to include new information. The original article was authored by Katie Goncalves.