Corn Maze:

This is the last weekend to enjoy a corn mazeCorn Mazes offer great memories for couples or families. Most mazes are open from September or October until Oct 31 or Nov 1. Make sure you enjoy the beautiful fall colors and support your local family farm before they’re closed for the season!

Kackleberry Farm

Dana went to Kackleberry Farm in Monroe, MI over the weekend.  They have this awesome Mario Bro.Themed Corn Maze. There are 3 parts to this maze.   The first part makes it easy for little ones to follow through the maze without getting lost. Next was a Maze with the story boards of Jack and the Giant Corn Stalk. The third maze had Nintendo Trivia to direct you in the right direction.  If you could figure out what the picture boards were and tell the people that worked there you would win a prize. The Farm also had a small pumpkin patch that you got to via tractor ride. Amenities include pumpkins to purchase, piglet races, playgrounds games, food, and more. Their link is https://kackleberryfarm.com/

Fleitz Pumpkin Farm

Fleitz pumpkin farm is in Oregon, OH is my favorite to visit every year because they have pretty much the same scenery every year so you can take annual photos and see how the kids have changed. They have a small and large maze, hayride, corn kernel playground with bails of hay, animals to feed, and freshly made donuts. You can purchase cider, apples, gourds, indian corn, and much, much more. They are dog-friendly, however, our girl was miserably scared throughout the hayride. https://www.fleitzpumpkinfarm.com/

Wheeler Farms

A huge family favorite is Wheeler Farms because they change their maze (which also is 3 mazes in one) each year. They have a hayride, cider and donuts, and the Butterfly House. http://www.wheelerfarms.com/
Get out and enjoy these local corn mazes before they close! Contact us here!