Fall Fun: Explore an Ann Arbor Corn Maze

Have you been to an Ann Arbor Corn Maze? I never explored a corn maze until a few years ago. I never remember hearing about them where I grew up – mostly suburban areas on the east coast. We did our first corn maze with my daughter’s Girl Scout troop five years ago. Now, we make an effort to visit each year.

Ann Arbor Corn Maze Guide

The first corn maze we ever did was the Talladay Farms Corn Maze in 2013. We’ve been almost every year since then alternating between daytime, evening, and dusk adventures. We always have a lot of fun and hope to return to a corn maze again this year.

After dark a flashlight is required in most mazes. Many farms sell flashlights, but we recommend bringing your own.

All of the Ann Arbor Corn Mazes offer fun beyond just the corn maze. Check out all of the farm fun when deciding which corn maze to pick.


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Ann Arbor Corn Maze Options

Are you wondering “Is There a Corn Maze Near Me?” Our map will help you find the closest maze.

Blast Corn Maze

Blast Corn Maze is located in Dexter. They offer 3 levels of difficulty in their corn maze. They also offer u-pick pumpkins, mountain of straw, corn box, picture props, corn cannon, cow train, duck races, and pedal cars. Check out our 2018 Review of Blast Corn Maze.

Blast Corn Maze - Exit
  • Address: 6175 Daly Rd, Dexter
  • 2019 Season:
    • Opening Day: Saturday, September 28
    • Fridays 5-10p (last admission 9:30p)
    • Saturdays 11a-10p (last admission 9:30p)
    • Sundays 11a-8p (last admission 7:30p)
    • Last Day: Saturday, November 9
  • Other Features:
    • U-Pick Pumpkin Patch
    • Mountain of Straw
    • Corn Box
    • Corn Cannon
    • Cow Train
    • Duck Races
    • Pedal Cars
    • Picture Props
    • Farm Animals
  • Prices (Cash Only):
    • General Admission – $10/adults, $7/ages 5-12 Includes
      • Corn Maze
      • Hayride
      • Farm Activities (except corn cannon)

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Coleman’s Corn Maze

Coleman’s Corn Maze is located in Saline. We visited during the 2017 season.

Colemans Corn Maze - Maps
  • Address: 12578 Jordan Rd, Saline
  • 2019 Season:
    • Opening Day: Friday, September 6
    • Fridays 6-10p
    • Saturdays 10a-10p
    • Sundays noon-9p
    • Mondays-Thursdays (starting September 30) 6-9p
    • Last Day: Saturday, November 2
  • Other Features:
    • Pumpkin Patch
    • Hayrides
    • Giant Haystack
    • Petting Barn
    • Corn Box
    • Duck Races
    • Apple Picking
  • Prices:
    • Corn Mazes – $12/adults, $6/ages 5-10
    • Hayride – $3
    • Maze & Hayride $13/adults, $8/ages 5-10
    • Duck Races – $1
    • Apple Picking – $5/half peck, $17.50/half bushel

Debuck’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch

Debuck’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch has been recommended by my readers over the years.

  • Address: 50240 Martz Rd, Belleville
  • 2019 Season
    • Opening Day: Saturday, September 7
    • September 7-29
      • Saturdays & Sundays only: 10a-6p
    • October 4-27
      • Fridays 3-7p
      • Saturdays & Sundays 10a-6p
    • Last Day: Sunday, October 27
  • Other Features:
    • U-Pick Pumpkin Patch with wagon rides
    • Human Foosball
    • Campfires
    • Punchin Pumpkins
    • Bouncing Pad
    • World’s Largest Jump Pad
    • Corn Boxes
    • Tire Play Area
    • Swings
    • Duck Races
    • Pedal Go Carts
    • Bounce House
    • Super Slide
    • Barrel Train Rides
    • Double Trouble Slide
    • King of the Hill
    • Bouncy Balls
    • Corn Cannons – additional fee
  • Prices:
    • Season Pass – $29.99
    • General Admission – $15 (ages 2+)
    • Seniors (65+) – $13
    • Funtastic Friday – $10

Wiards Country Fair

Wiards Country Fair offers a variety of fall fun including a corn maze at their Country Fair. They offer two versions of the Country Fair – Weekends and Weekday (Wednesday-Friday). For the more daring, they offer Night Terrors on weekend evenings.

  • Address: 5565 Merritt Rd, Ypsilanti
  • 2019 Season:
    • Opening Day: Saturday, September 7 (Saturday/Sunday only)
    • Wednesdays-Fridays starting Friday, September 28
    • Open 11a-6p
    • Last Day: Sunday, October 28
  • Other Features (*=weekend only)
    • Apple Picking
    • Fire Engine Rides*
    • Haunted Attractions
      • Spine Chilling MindShaft
    • Giant Slide*
    • Karaoke Kabin*
    • Pedal Tractor Races*
    • Inflatables*
    • Bungee Run*
    • Duck Races*
    • Swings
    • Play areas
      • Captain Wiards Playground
      • Straw Stack
      • Kid’s Kingdom
      • Pappy Apple
      • Lil’ Folks
    • Petting Farm
    • Learning Barn
    • Wagon Rides
    • Mini Golf
    • Corn Crib
    • Mountain Slides
    • New for 2019 – Firehouse Fun Zone
    • New for 2019 – Corn Queen Combine Playground
    • Apple Cannons* – Additional Cost
    • Pony Rides* – Additional Cost
    • Splattertown* – Additional Cost
  • Prices:
    • Saturday & Sunday Admission – $18.75/ages 24 months & over
    • Wednesday-Friday Admission – $14.75/ages 24 months & over
    • Season Pass – $29/person (Country Fair only)

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Spicer Orchards

Spicer Orchards in Fenton is further from Ann Arbor than other mazes, but does offer unique family fun. We have visited to pick cherries (summer) and apples (fall).

  • Address: 10411 Clyde Rd, Fenton
  • 2019 Season:
    • Opening Day: Now Open
    • Daily 9a-6p
    • Last Day: Sunday, October 31
  • Other Features:
    • U-Pick Apples
    • Winery (for the adults)
    • Fall Weekend Activities
      • Wagon Rides
      • Inflatables
      • Farm Play Area
      • Farm Animal Barn
      • Train Rides
      • Pony Rides
      • Face Painting
      • Sand Art
  • Prices:
    • Corn Maze – $7 – includes cider & donut after completion
    • Wagon Ride $1/ride (2 & under are free)
    • Farm Playground – $2/child ages 3+
    • Other activities are provided by outside vendors and have fees.
    • Spicer prefers cash and some outside vendors may only accept cash

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Talladay Corn Maze – Not Open for 2018 or 2019

We have visited Talladay Corn Maze many times over the years. Due to wet weather in spring of 2019, they were unable to plant their crop. This is their second year in a row where they have not opened. Their corn did not grow tall enough for a maze in 2018.

Conveniently located next door to Wasem Fruit Farm is Talladay Corn Maze. They offer two traditional corn mazes. They also have a haunted maze which I recommend for tweens and teens, and not for younger kids. You can hear the haunted maze (screeching, chain saws, etc) from parts of the regular maze. If your child is particularly sensitive to these noises, I suggest visiting in daylight or early in the season when the Haunted Maze is not open.

  • Address: 6270 Judd Rd, Milan
  • 2017 Season:
    • Opening Day: Friday, September 29
    • Fridays 6-9:30p
    • Saturdays 1-9:30p
    • Sundays 1-5p
    • Haunted Maze Opens Friday, October 6
    • Haunted Maze Hours – Friday & Saturday dark-10p
  • Other Features:
    • Kids CORNer for ages 8 & under – barrel train ride, giant spider web, straw bale maze, straw pile, games
    • Wasem Fruit Farm is right next door
  • Prices:
    • Regular Mazes or Haunted Maze – $7/adults, $6/ages 5-11
    • Both Mazes – $13/adults, $11/ages 5-11
    • Kids CORNer – $2

Any Others?

Have I missed any corn mazes in the Ann Arbor area? Which is your favorite?

More Ann Arbor Fall Fun

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Anna Mae owns & operates Ann Arbor with Kids, a website dedicated to Family Activities in Ann Arbor. My husband and I moved to Ann Arbor in 2003 and our daughter joined the family in 2006.
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