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Best Corn Mazes Near Detroit

October 11, 2013 8:00 AM

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(Photo Credit: Rich Koele/Thinkstock)

(Photo Credit: Rich Koele/Thinkstock)

(Photo Credit: Rich Koele/Thinkstock)

(Photo Credit: Rich Koele/Thinkstock)

As the geese overhead signal the onset of brisk days that turn into colder nights, it is time to bundle up and meander through one of the corn mazes located in the Detroit Metro area. Corn mazes are an amazing feat of nature, that, with the help of human hands, are transformed into something miraculous. Mazes offers children, teens and adults the opportunity to have unabashed fun or experience extreme terror, either of which will be the source of great memories for years to come.

Blake’s Farms
71485 North Ave.
Armada, MI 48005
(586) 784-9710
www.blakefarms.com

Blake’s Farms offers visitors the quintessential harvest experience, complete with corn mazes, apple and pumpkin picking and the traditional autumn hayride. Enter into the corn maze to begin the journey through the twists and turns of this massive labyrinth. The maze is open while the sun is shining bright, and as the moon’s ghostly glow casts shadows at night. Enter at your own risk as darkness falls and be prepared to be scared out of your wits, as guests have experienced ghosts, ghouls and unfortunate souls wandering around the vicinity. Blake’s also features a 3D “Funhouse Terror Tunnel,” scary hayrides, a haunted house, nighttime bonfires and a children’s play area and petting zoo.

DeBuck’s
50240 Martz Road
Belleville, MI 48111
(734) 260-0334
www.debuckscornmaze.com

DeBuck’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch offers a great fall adventure that may become a tradition each year as the chill begins to settle in for the long haul. There are over 13 acres of pathways that meander around the tall stalks of corn that have been reaching for the sky all summer. The “Giant Corn Maze” gives visitors three mazes to choose from, each more difficult than the next. Go during the day or scare yourself silly by attempting to reach the end of the maze in the dark, only led by the single beam of light coming from a flashlight. Adjacent to the mazes is a pumpkin patch and play area featuring barnyard animals, go cart racing and a tubular slide.

Corn Fun Maze & Fear Farm
9391 Lindsey Lane
Casco, MI 48064
(586) 365-9401
www.cornfun.com

Corn Fun Maze features 20 acres of corn mazes that are open to visitors throughout the day and during the night. There are different mazes to try out, depending upon navigation abilities. Mazes are professionally designed and were created this year to resemble the iconic Detroit “Tiger” and the Old English “D” for guests to find their way out. In the evening, turn on the flashlights and get ready to be spooked to the core, as brave souls attempt to locate the exit in the dark.

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Three Cedars Farm
7897 Six Mile Road
Northville, MI 48167
(248) 437-8200
www.threecedarsfarm.org

Three Cedars Farm is a charming place to visit on a crisp autumn day. With its seven acres of mazes, everyone will be in for a walk through the maze, leading to endless discoveries and a treasure trove of memories. This corn maze features hidden cedar trees throughout, find three of them hidden on the paths and to be entered into a drawing at the end of the season; the winner receives a special prize. This family-owned farm also has hayseeds and bonfire sites available on the premises and little ones will enjoy meandering around in the children’s area containing real animals and play equipment.

The Blast Corn Maze
6175 Daly Road
Dexter, MI 48130
(734) 845-7127
www.blastcornmaze.com

Get ready for some fun at the aptly names Blast Corn Maze. This ten-acre corn maze has almost four miles of pathways for visitors to discover. Have no fear about getting lost in the tall stalks, a map is available for those who can’t find their way out and has three different ways to complete the journey. There is also a pumpkin patch on site.

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After receiving a BA in Photography from Savannah College of Art & Design, Nicole Wrona began working with a diverse range of musicians. In addition, she is a freelance writer for numerous publications. Her work can be found at www.metalleaves.com and Examiner.com.

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