Ann Arbor Corn Maze Guide

Socially Distant Fun At 6 Awesome Ann Arbor Corn Mazes

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.

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 have missed them the last two years when weather conditions impacted their crop and they were not able to open. In 2018 and 2019 we visited Blast Corn Maze which is also a great choice.

Corn mazes are a relatively safe outdoor activity. They are outdoors, don’t have many touchpoints, and we typically have minimal interaction with others outside our group. However with COVID uncertainty, some farms skipped making a corn maze this year. We have all the details on Corn Mazes in the Ann Arbor area for Fall 2020.

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.


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

Due to COVID-19 distancing restrictions, all tickets will be sold online in advance online. They are for a specific date and time. Tickets include all activities except the corn cannon. Pumpkins and treats are priced individually.

At a Glance

Address: 6175 Daly Rd, Dexter
Hours: 5-10p Fridays, 11a-10p Saturdays, 11a-8p Sundays
Season: September 26-November 7
$10/adults, $7/child 5-12
Other Activities: Hayrides, Corn Cannon, U-Pick Pumpkins, and Treats


Debuck’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch

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

Due to COVID-19 distancing requirements, you need to purchase your tickets in advance. Their corn box and jump pads are closed this year, but other activities are open.

At a Glance

Address: 50240 Martz Rd, Belleville
Hours: 10a-4p Select Fridays, 10a-6p Saturdays & Sundays (Closes early 10/31 & 11/1)
September 26-November 1
$12/Fridays, $15/Saturdays & Sundays
Other Activities:
Pumpkin Patch, Family Fun Area

Wiard’s Orchard and Country Fair

Wiard’s Orchard and Country Fair combines u-pick fruit with the activities of a country fair including a corn maze. The Country Fair opens on weekends starting Saturday, September 7. Beginning Friday, September 27 they will also be open Wednesday-Fridays. They close for the season on October 31.

In addition to the Corn Maze other family fun includes mini golf, slides, swings, kids play areas and an animal petting farm.

They also offer u-pick apples and pumpkins. Their apple crop was severely damaged by a late freeze, so they are only offering u-pick apples on weekdays (while available). There will be no u-pick apples on the weekends.

The admission price ($15/person Wednesday-Friday and $20/person Saturday & Sunday, free for babies under 2) is higher than some other corn mazes, but does include many activities.

There are several social distancing changes for 2020. Some of the activities are not being offered. Tickets must be bought online in advance for timed entry.

Wiard’s also operates Night Terrors on Fridays, and Saturdays from September 19 through September 30 and Thursday-Sunday from October 1-November 1.. I recommend Night Terrors for tweens, teens, and adults. While they are taking COVID-19 distancing precautions, the CDC does classify haunted houses as a high risk activity.

At a Glance

Address: 5565 Merritt Rd
Hours: 11a-5:30p Wednesdays-Sundays
Season: September 12-October 31
Price: $15 Weekdays, $20 Weekends
Other Activities:
Donuts, Cider, Pumpkins, Apples (Weekdays Only), Activities


Three Cedars Farm

Three Cedars Farm in Northville offers a cider mill, hay rides, train rides, corn maze and a u-pick pumpkins. Thier 7 acre corn maze has 3 cedar trees hidden on the paths. Each tree has a hold punch. Collect all 3 unique punches and be entered to win a prize.

Don’t miss their storybook farm featuring Three Little Pigs, Little Red Hen, Peter Rabbit, and more. They opened for the 2020 season on Labor Day Weekend.

I have never visited Three Cedars Farm, but it has been recommended by readers and I know a number of people that return each year. FYI, payment is by cash or check only.

For 2020 they have a new weekend express drive thru. On Saturdays and Sundays you can drive through and get cider by the gallon or half gallon and donuts by the dozen or half-dozen

At a Glance

Address: 7897 Six Mile Rd, Northville
Hours: 10a-10p Friday-Saturday, 10a-8p Sunday-Thursday
Price: $5, Hayride is $5/person or $10/family
Offerings: Cider, Donuts, Cider Slushies, Caramel Apples, farm market products


Spicer Orchards

Spicer Orchards in Fenton is a little further from Ann Arbor than some of the other mazes, but they also offer u-pick fruits in addition to their corn maze.

They are open for the 2020 season and have made some changes for social distancing. Pick your own purchase stations have moved outside. Donuts and Cider are also available outside. Wagon rides are socially distant.

They typically offer a lot of other activities (some with additional cost) such as inflatables, playground, animals, hayrides, pony rides, train rides, face painting, sand art, and more. With social distancing due to COVID, some of the extra activities are not operating. The playground, animals, and wagon rides are open. From their Facebook, it appears that they have food trucks on Saturdays.

Spicer Orchards prefers cash and some external vendors may only accept cash.

At a Glance

Address: 10411 Clyde Rd, Fenton
Hours: 9a-6p Daily
Season: September & October
Price: $7 includes cider & donut, Wagon Ride is additional $1
Other Activities:
UPick Apples & Pumpkins, Donuts, Cider, Wine, Other fruits


Farmer J’s Corn Maze

Farmer J’s Record Setting Corn Maze is located in Dundee, a bit north of Cabela’s. I’ve seen their signs when driving south on US-23 but never stopped.

They have four mazes including a mystery maze you can solve. We have enjoyed the mystery maze at Coleman’s in Saline. If you want to do the mystery maze, I recommend going during daylight or having a good flashlight.

At a Glance

Address: 16405 Pherdun Rd, Dundee
Hours: 6-10p Fridays, 1-10p Saturdays & Sundays. Private Parties Monday-Thursday
Season: September 11- November 1
Price: $11 Adults, $5 Child (6-11), Free Child 5 & under
Other Activities:
UPick Apples & Pumpkins, Donuts, Cider, Wine, Other fruits


Corn Mazes not opening in 2020

Some corn mazes have opted not to open for 2020. Whether to maintain social distancing or because of uncertainty at planting time as to whether they would be able to operate. We hope to see these corn mazes back in 2021.

Talladay Corn Maze – Not Open for 2018 or 2019

We love Talladay Corn Maze. It was the first corn maze we visited and we returned for many years. Unfortunately, the drought in 2018 kept their maze from growing tall enough. A wet spring in 2019 prevented them from planting. Their website still lists that they are not opening for 2019 and their last Facebook update was in 2018 and a reply on there in fall 2019. I have sent a message asking about their 2020 status, but have not received a reply.

Update 10/8/2020 – I have not heard back from my inquiry. I just checked for any status updates and they have removed their Facebook page which was still available in September. I am guessing that they will not be reopening in future years. (Their website is still available but the last update is for the 2019 season)

Talladay Corn Maze is conveniently located next to Wasem Fruit Farm. We have visited both locations in one trip. In addition to a large regular maze they offer a haunted maze at night. While my daughter has never been willing to do the haunted maze, I still enjoy hearing the screams and sound effects from the regular maze at night.

At a Glance

Address: 6270 Judd Rd, Milan
Hours: 9a-9:30p Fridays, 1p-9:30p Saturdays, 1-5p Sundays
Season: 2020 Season is not listed, assume they are closed
$7/Adults, $6/kids 5-11. $13/11 for both Regular and Haunted Maze
Other Activities: Donuts & Cider, Bonfires for groups, Kids CORNer with barrel train rides, straw bale maze & more,

Coleman’s Corn Maze – No Maze in 2020

Coleman’s Corn Maze is located in Saline south of the city. For 2020 they are only offering a pumpkin patch and fresh donuts..

We have visited Coleman’s Corn Maze few times. While they are open in the evening, I recommend visiting during the day. They have a puzzle to solve in the maze which is easier during daylight.

Colemans Corn Maze - Maps

At a Glance

Address: 12578 Jordan Rd, Saline
Hours: 6-10p Fridays, 10a-4p Saturdays & Sundays
September 12-October 31
$12/adults, $6/child 5-10
Other Activities: Hayrides, U-Pick Pumpkins & Apples, Haystack, Petting Farm, and Treats


Any Others?

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

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