Baked Goods

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Baked Goods

Corn Mazes

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Corn Mazes

Donuts

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Fresh Donuts

Fall Plants

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Fall Plants

Farm Animals

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Farm Animals

Farm Markets

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Farm Markets

Fruit

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Fresh Apples

Gifts & Decorations

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Gifts & Decorations

Hay Rides

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Hay Rides

Kids Activities

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Kids Activities

Pumpkin Patches

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Pumpkin Patches

Veggies

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Fresh Veggies

The numbers before the farm names on this list correspond to the numbers on the map to farms.

HR = handicapped accessible restroom available
R = restroom available

  

1. Fruit Ridge Hayrides (HR)
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FRHGeorgeAlsmallDates: Sept 21 – Oct 27
Hours: Fri 5 – 9 pm, Sat 12 – 9 pm, Sun 12 – 5 pm.
Groups: Welcome other days and times by reservation
Web site: www.FruitRidgeHayrides.com
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Directions: 11966 Fruit Ridge NW, Kent City. Take I-96 to Exit #26 (Fruit Ridge Ave). Go North 11 miles to farm. Located between 14 Mile Rd and 15 Mile Rd. From the Lakeshore, take Sternberg E to Fruit Ridge, then N 1.5 mi to farm. Or take Apple Ave East to M-37, S on Fruit Ridge 2.5 miles to farm. Note: Mapquest is not correct.

New this year – Farm Art straw bale competition. Judge the art for free. Create family traditions at our 130-year-old farm with horse-drawn hayrides through the woods and orchard. Great Train Adventure large 10-acre challenge corn maze with smaller family maze inside – 2 mazes for the price of one. Both have interactive games for all ages. U-pick apples, pumpkins, squash and fall decorations. Pony rides, pig train, fire engine ride and other activities for children. Farm animals. Homemade donuts, cider, lunch items and snacks Sat and Sun. Wheelchair accessible wagons and restrooms. Weekday senior tours, school tours and youth groups by appointment. Horse activities end at sunset. Activity fees apply.

2. Steffens Orchards & Market, LLC (HR)

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MarketFrontsmallDates: Aug 17 – Oct 31
Hours: Tues – Sun 11 am – 6 pm (closed Mondays)
Groups: Welcome by reservation
Web site: www.steffensorchardmarket.com
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Directions: 4344 13 Mile Rd., Sparta Ph. 616-887-2404. Located ½ Mile W. of Fruit Ridge. 2.3 Miles W. of Sparta.

U-pick (some varieties including Honey Crisp) & picked apples. Spies available. U-pick & picked pumpkins, squash & gourds. Delicious jams, snacks, pies, cider, and caramel apples. Fresh donuts on weekends in October. Free moonwalk & playground on weekends. Orchard tours, farm video, groups, school tours by reservation. Activity fees apply. Project Fresh coupons & Bridge cards accepted.

3. Ed Dunneback & Girls Farm (R)

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dunnebacksign Dates: Sept 3 – Nov 2
Hours: Every day 9 - 6
Web site: www.DunnebackFarm.com
Phone: 616-784-0058 or 616-784-2820

Directions: 3025 6 Mile Road, Grand Rapids. 616-784-0058 or 784-2820. Take I-96 to Exit 26 Fruit Ridge Ave, north to 6 Mile Road, then east 1.25 miles.

Third generation family farm just 10 minutes from downtown Grand Rapids. Farm market & bakery inside our historic barn. U-Pick apples and pumpkins. Cider, squash, corn stalks, straw, Michigan maple syrup and honey and other fall items. Bakery with fresh donuts, cinnamon rolls, cookies, pies, apple fritters, turnovers, homemade caramel apples and caramel apple sundaes, cider slushies and other delicious treats. Candles, children's toys and books, cook books, canning supplies, Michigan made specialty foods and salsas. Try your navigational skills in our "Art of Farming" corn maze. Play area for children. Navigate our corn maze. Activity fees apply

4. Schwallier’s Country Basket (R)
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schwallierscountrybasketDates: Sept 1 – Nov 15
Hours: Mon – Sat 7 am – 6 pm, Sun 11 - 6
Web site: www.Schwalliers.com
Phone: 616-785-9896

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.

 

5. At The Barn (R)
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Dates: Aug 27 – Nov 9
Hours: Tue – Sat 10 – 6. Closed Sun and Mon.
Phone: 616-250-2156

Directions: 8183 Herrington NE, Belmont. Take US 131 N to 10 Mile Road exit, W on 10 Mile Rd, 1/4 mile to Herrington, S 1/4 mile to farm.

Family owned farm established in 1900. Quality grown apples in many varieties, cider, dried flowers, crafts, etc.

 

6. Robinette's Apple Haus & Winery (HR)
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Dates: Open all year
Hours: Mon – Thur, 8 – 6, Fri – Sat 8 – 7, Sun 12 - 7
Web site: www.robinettes.com

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, donuts, pumpkins, corn stalks, candy, winery. Bakery and lunch menu. Gift shop and wine tasting. Activity fees apply. Open all year.

7. Blok Orchard (HR)
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Dates: July – Nov. After October, please call for hours.
Hours: Mon – Sat 9 – 5:30. Closed Sun.
Web site: www.BlokOrchard.com
Phone: 616-676-1153

Directions: 6365 – 4 Mile Road NE at Egypt Valley Road, Ada.

Visit our farm stand with a variety of home-grown quality fruit including apples (also Honey Crisp), cherries, peaches, nectarines, pumpkins, squash, melons, cauliflower, tomatoes, peppers, broccoli and other vegetables. Also mum plants.

8. Frozen Creek Floral Farm (R)
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Dates: Open all year
Hours: Tue – Sat 10 – 6, Sun 1 – 5, Mon 1 - 6
Web site: www.FrozenCreekFloral.com
Phone: 616-874-6460

Directions: 5959 Cannonsburg Road, Belmont. US 131 to Exit 91 West River Drive, East 8.5 miles to farm.

Specialty farm growing flowers, herbs, pumpkins, fruits and vegetables. Indian corn and fall decorating items available at our Farm Market. We are the largest floral freeze-dry preservationist in the Midwest and the only one in Michigan. Our Farmhouse features our own freeze-dried florals, herbal arrangements and gifts. We make our own herbal dips and seasonings, salsas, soups and jams for your enjoyment.

9. Sietsema Orchard & Cider Mill (R)
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Dates: Sept 9 – Dec 31
Hours: Mon – Wed 10 – 5, Thur 10 – 6, Fri – Sat 9 – 6. Closed Sundays.
Web site: www.sietsemaorchards.com
Phone: 616-676-5584

Directions: 8540 Two Mile Road NE, Ada. Turn east from Honey Creek Road.

Fourth generation family farm. Apples, pumpkin patch, award winning cider, caramel apples, corn maze, and traditional bakery items featuring famous Sietsema donuts from years gone by. Free hayrides on Saturdays. New this year – visit our winery tasting room and cider garden. Near a 430 acre County Park with walking trails. School tours and youth groups by appointment. For additional information and the latest news about our "farm to table" dinners see our web site, Facebook or Twitter.

10. Klackle Orchards, The Family Fun Farm (HR)
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Dates: Market is open Aug 2 – Nov 27. Open all year for parties and sports.
Hours: Activities open Mon - Sat 10-5, Sun 12-5. Farm market open earlier and later.
Web site: www.KlackleOrchards.com
Phone: 616-754-8632

Directions: 11466 W. Carson City Road (M-57), Greenville. Take US 131 N to M 57, then E 18 miles.

We specialize in family fun! Hayrides for pick-your-own apples (25 kinds including Honeycrisp) and pumpkins; enchanted pumpkin coach rides, fire engine rides, barrel train rides, real pony/camel/elephant rides, animals to pet, straw pile fun, pedal tractor/cart track, BMX track, corn maze, pumpkin putt-putt game, indoor roller skating, inflatables, other unique activities. Musical groups, food concessions and picnic area. Admission fee, and activity fees apply. The large farm market features our scratch bakery with donuts, bagels, artisan breads, pies, etc. Pantry features wide selection of jams, jellies, honey, syrups, sauces, fruits and vegetables, fresh-pressed cider, cider shakes, caramel apples, homemade fudge, kettle korn, gift and décor items, and much more! Groups are welcome.

11. H & W Farms (R)
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Dates: Open all year
Hours: Mon-Sat 9:00-5:30. Closed Sunday.
Web site: www.hwfruitfarms.com
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Phone: 616-691-8802

Directions: 13375 Belding Rd. NE. 12 miles E of Northland Drive on Belding Road (M-44). 3/4 of a mile E. of Lincoln Lake Rd. or 5 miles W. of Belding on M-44.

Family owned since 1970. The only commercial cherry pitting facility in the area. We bottle our own cherry juice concentrate. Pitted red tart and dark sweet cherries, dried cherries, frozen blueberries, 30 varieties of apples, raw honey, jellies and jams, pumpkins, squash, maple syrup, flavored apple sauces, dried fruits, soy cooking oil, soy nuts, flax seed, cherry dog bones, crafts. Delicious pies ready-to bake. Kiln dried lumber. Order from our web site at www.hwfruitfarms.com. We accept debit cards, credit cards, EBT cards, WIC, Senior programs, and Project Fresh.

12. Paulson's Pumpkin Patchfamilypumpkins
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Dates: July – Oct 30
Hours: Daily 9 am – dusk.
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Phone: 616-794-0922

Directions: 11164 W. Belding Road (M-44) Belding. 13 miles E. of Rockford. 3 miles E of Lincoln Lake Road or 3 miles W. of Belding on Belding Road (M-44).

Apples, pumpkins, watermelons, tomatoes, winter squash, gourds, Indian corn, corn stalks, walk through our fields and orchards. Free hayrides on Sunday afternoons. We accept WIC and Senior Programs. Sorry, no credit cards. GPS Coordinates are 43.0879856, 85.2943287.

13. Heffron Farms (R)
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beefroastDates: The farm is open one weekend only, Oct 5-6. The markets are open all year. Shop on the web site 24/7/365.
Hours: Farm open Sat 10 – 5 and Sun 1 – 5.Mon-Sat 9:00-5:30. Markets open Mon – Fri 9 – 5, Sat 9 – Noon, closed Sunday.
Web site: http://www.heffronfarms.com

Directions: The farm is located at 7724 Ashley Ave, Belding. Take Belding Road (M-44) from U.S. 131, then east of Lincoln Lake Road to Ashley Avenue, then north 1.5 miles. Market locations are listed below.

Visit our family farm in Belding and take a free hayride tour where you will walk among the baby Holstein calves, have your picture taken on one of our big John Deere tractors, and pet our baby chicks. Bring your camera! Free balloons for the kids and Grandma Heffron will be serving freshly popped popcorn. We are proud to provide naturally raised beef, chicken, pork, turkey, eggs, dairy products and freezer meat. We do not use hormones or preservatives or dyes in the production of our meat or dairy. Shop any of our markets Mon - Sat all year, or shop on our web site 24/7.

Heffron Farms Markets locations:
• Belding - 7724 Ashley Ave. (616-794-2527)
• Cascade - 6809 Cascade Road (616-464-1899)
• Wyoming - 5316 Clyde Park SW (616-534-4414)
• Grand Rapids - 3150 Plainfield Ave (616-363-4275)

 

14. Koetsier’s Greenhouse (HR)pumpkingirltall
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Dates: Sept 20 – Oct 31
Hours: Mon – Fri 9 – 6, Sat 9 – 5, closed Sunday
Web Site: www.Koetsiers.com
Phone: 616-949-7299

Directions: 1601 Spaulding Ave, SE. Grand Rapids. Located on Spaulding Ave between Burton Street and Cascade Road.

Everything you need to decorate for Fall! 1000's of mums, perennials and pansies grown right here! Huge variety of "Ornamentibles" - dozens of pumpkins (orange to outrageous), squash, gourds, straw bales, cornstalks, broomcorn, Indian corn, apples, cider and more! Fri-Sat (rain or shine) kids will enjoy the indoor play area with games, maze, inflatable pumpkin typhoon, pumpkin patch, and hayrides! Activity fees apply. Enjoy cider and donuts.

15. Bos Greenhouse & Farm (HR)
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Dates: April 15 – Oct 31 Hours: Mon – Fri 9 – 6, Sat 9 – 5, closed Sunday
Web Site: www.bosgreenhouse.com
Phone: 616-949-0407


Directions: 1674 Spaulding Ave SE, Grand Rapids. Located on Spaulding Ave between Burton Street and Cascade Road.

The very best fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables to enjoy fresh, or for freezing and canning. Perennials, annuals, spectacular container plants and great gardening advice. Fall harvest decorations including gourds and corn stalks. Pumpkins. Seasonal gardening tips available by signing up for our email newsletter.

16. Honey Creek Farm
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Dates: Aug 1 – Oct 31 Hours: Wed – Sat 9 – 6. Closed Sun – Tue.
Phone: 616-897-2559

Directions: 3100 Honey Creek Ave, Ada..Take Cannonsburg Road into the Village of Cannonsburg, then south 2 miles on Honey Creek. Or take East Beltline to Knapp, east 6 miles to Honey Creek, then north 1 mile.

We feature pumpkins, apples (including Honey Crisp), cider, peaches & squash at our farm market.

17. Heidi’s Farm Stand (HR)
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Dates: Open all year
Hours: Mon- Thur 6 am – 6:30 pm. Fri 6 am – 10 pm. Sat 7 am – 10 pm. Closed Sunday.
School groups and church groups are welcome by appointment.
Web site: www.heidisfarmstand.com
Phone: 616-897-6707

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.

Our corn maze is family friendly for all ages, featuring a junior maze and a 10 acre complex maze for those who like to be challenged. The theme for this year's maze is "The Three Little Pigs". Come and see what the pigs are up to! Huge pumpkin patch, wagon rides, horse-drawn hay rides (Sat 1 – 4) and farm animals. Activity fees apply. Visit our farm market for quality fresh produce including tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, squash, apples, cider, maple syrup, honey, soy oil, jams, cheese, and our own home grown beef. Our bakery is loaded with baked goods, donuts, pies, bread and caramel apples. Fall decorations, corn stalks, straw bales, gourds and pumpkins galore.

 

18. Harder & Warner Nursery (HR)
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Dates: Open all year
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 - 6, Sat 9 - 4. Closed Sun
Web site: www.HarderandWarner.com
Phone: 616-698-6910

Directions: 6464 Broadmoor Ave SE, Caledonia. M-6 Expressway to Exit 15 (M-37) South 1 block.

Fall fun for every age! Tour our 12 acre nursery of trees, shrubs, perennials, landscape stone, statues, fountains, birdbaths and more! See nursery equipment operating daily. Visit Myrtle Mae's Chic Boutique for fun jewelry, clothing and accessories, sassy home accents and adorabale doodads. Saturdays in October feature lunch served 11-2, the Adopt-a- Pumpkin patch, free hayrides, educational scavenger hunt with free prizes for kids and face painting. Mark your calendar for October 26 - you won't want to miss the "Great Candy Drop!" Something fun for everyone!

scarecrow19. Orchard Hill Farm (HR)
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Dates: Sept 14 – Nov 2
Hours: 9 an – 6 pm every day
Phone: 616-868-7229

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, including a whitetail deer. 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. New for 2013 play our farm theme miniature golf course. Activity fees apply. Children's parties and school tours by appointment.

20. Post Family Farm (HR)
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posthomemadedonutsDates: Sept 4 – Nov 2
Hours: Mon-Thurs 10-7, Fri 10-6, Sat 10-6. Closed Sunday
School tours, church groups, parties, weddings and other special events by appointment.
Web site: www.PostFamilyFarm.com
Phone: 616-669-1964
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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. 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.

 For information about Kent Harvest Trails:

Contact Dave Van Antwerp, Kent Harvest Trails Coordinator

Phone 616-293-2600,

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Bakery designed by Adam Mullin from The Noun Project, Corn designed by Renee Ramsey-Passmore from The Noun Project, Doughnut designed by Jacob Halton from The Noun Project, Flower designed by Gemma Garner from The Noun Project, Goat designed by Joseph Gray from The Noun Project, Apple from The Noun Project, Gift designed by Andrew Richardson from The Noun Project, Tractor from The Noun Project, Children designed by Gilad Fried from The Noun Project, Pumpkin designed by Anuar Zhumaev from The Noun Project, Pepper designed by Evan MacDonald from The Noun Project, Milk designed by Scott de Jonge from The Noun Project