Directions: 3025 6 Mile Road, Grand Rapids.
Take I-96 to Exit 26 Fruit Ridge Ave, north to 6 Mile Road, then east 1.25 miles.
Fifth generation family farm just 10 minutes from downtown Grand Rapids. Farm market & bakery inside our historic barn. U-Pick apples and pumpkins. Already picked veggies, cider, squash, corn stalks, straw, Michigan maple syrup and honey, other fall items. Bakery with fresh donuts, cinnamon rolls, cookies, pies, apple fritters, turnovers, homemade caramel apples and caramel apple shakes, cider slushies and other delicious treats. Seasonal lunch menu. Gift shoppe with local goods, Michigan made specialty jams, salsas & more! Corn maze, playground, children’s activities. Activity fees apply. School tours and group outings by appointment. See our website at http://www.dunnebackfarm.com.
Directions: 11966 Fruit Ridge NW, Kent City
Take I-96 to Exit #26 (Fruit Ridge Ave). North 11 miles to farm between 14 Mile Rd and 15 Mile Rd.
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Create fall family traditions at our 135-year old farm with horse drawn hayrides through the woods and orchard. 15 varieties of U-pick apples, pumpkins, squash and fall decorations. Pony rides, pig train, fire engine ride and other activities for children. Farm animals. Farm Art: Straw bale art competition you can view and judge for free. Home made donuts, cider, lunch items and snacks on Sat. and Sun.
Wheelchair accessible wagons and restrooms. Weekday senior tours, school tours and youth groups by appointment. Activity fees apply. Horse activities end at sunset. Online at http://www.FruitRidgeHayrides.com and see us on Facebook.
Directions: 11999 Cascade Road SE, Lowell.
Take I-96 to exit #52 (M-50) then N. 1/2 mile to corner of Cascade Road and Alden Nash.
Heidi’s corn maze is family friendly for all ages, featuring a junior maze and a 10 acre complex maze. The theme for this year’s maze is “Jack and the Beanstalk” Activity fees apply. Take a tractor ride around the farm and through the woods, stroll through our large u-pick pumpkin patch, and visit our farm market for quality produce including tomatoes, peppers, apples, cider, squash and other items. Enjoy our full line bakery for donuts, bread, pies, and caramel apples. Fall decorations, corn stalks, straw bales, gourds, and pumpkins galore.
Directions: 11466 W. Carson City Road (M-57), Greenville. Take US 131 N to M 57, then east 18 miles.
Family fun! Hayrides on 250 acres. Pick your own apples 25 kinds including Honey Crisp. 40 acres of pick your own pumpkins. Rides – enchanted pumpkin coach, fire engines, barrel trains, ponies, pedal tractors, trikes and carts. BMX track and bikes. Farm animal petting zoo, straw pile fun, inflatables, corn maze, antique carousel, other unique activities. Admission fee – all inclusive. Musical groups and entertainment. Caramel apples, homemade fudge, cider slushies and shakes, kettle corn, etc. Food service with picnic areas. Large farm market. Scratch bakery with donuts, pies, breads, etc. Pantry with jams, jellies, butters, syrups, honey, and sauces. Cider mill and cider bar. Gift and home décor selection. Groups and bus tours welcome. For more information, see our web site at http://www.klackleorchards.com .
Directions: 10991 Vergennes Street SE, Lowell. Vergennes between Ada and Lowell, 1⁄2 mile west of Lowell High School. Alden Nash exit from I-96 North through Lowell to Vergennes, or take Fulton Street east to Ada, north at the bridge, then right on Bailey to Vergennes.
See our Clydesdales purchased as colts directly from Budweiser. These amazing horses are big boys standing over 6 feet at the shoulder. They are as impressive in person as they are on television. Hay rides with tractor and wagon, corn maze, pumpkins, apples, cider. Free admission to the farm. Activity fees apply. Horse activities end at sunset. Credit and debit cards welcome. Bring cameras to photograph horses and hay rides in open hay fields, tall timber full of color and great sunsets.
Directions: 2934 68th Street SE, Caledonia. From US-131 go E on 68th Street, 1 1/4 miles E of Kalamazoo and 1/2 mile W of Hannah Lake Ave.
Visit the farm store in our 100-year-old barn. Farm animals to see and pet. Large variety of apples, pumpkin patch, corn stalks, and squash. Picnic area, cider press, maple syrup display, beehive in glass, and goat walk. Free hayrides on weekends. Scarecrow making, child’s spook house and corn maze. Enjoy our 5 acre nature trail. Play our farm theme miniature golf course. Activity fees apply. Children’s parties and school tours by appointment.
Directions: 5081 Bauer Road, Hudsonville.
Take I-196 to Hudsonville exit 32nd Ave N to Bauer Road, W on Bauer Road to farm. Located 1/4 mile W of the 48th Ave stop sign.
A family owned 80 acre reminder of life’s simple pleasures. Farm animals. Hayrides, horse drawn wagon rides, pony/horse rides, corn maze, pumpkin train, U-pick pumpkin patch and many other children’s activities. Enjoy our famous homemade pumpkin donuts. Lunch menu on Saturdays. Authentic farm setting for elegant country affairs and family entertainment. See our three-story wood barn built in 1915. We grow many varieties of pumpkins, squash and gourds. Admission fee. Activity fees may apply. School tours, church groups, parties, weddings and other special events by appointment.
Directions: 3142 Four Mile Rd NE at the East Beltline in Grand Rapids.
Horse-drawn hayrides, homemade fudge, cider mill, apples, U-pick, kettle korn, corn maze, bounce pillow, donuts, pumpkins, corn stalks, candy, winery. Bakery, lunch menu, ice cream.. Gift shop and wine tasting. Activity fees apply. Open all year.
Please see our web site for a list of current activities. http://www.Robinettes.com
Directions: 1185 – 9 Mile Rd, Sparta. 616-785-9896.
Take Alpine Ave (M-37) N to the corner of 9 Mile Rd.
U-Pick and picked apples. We specialize in apple varieties including Honey Crisp. Pumpkins and raspberries. Farm Market featuring cider, hot fresh donuts, caramel apples, pies, popcorn, jams and jellies, honey, soups, salsas and crafts. Kids will enjoy duck races, farm animals, jumping on the straw pile and playing in shelled corn. Activity fees may apply.