Best Fruit Picking Farms in MI for Family Days Out – There are so many wonderful farms in Michigan to visit, almost all year round. You can pick strawberries, cherries, lavender, blueberries, asparagus, and sunflowers in the early part of the year. Later on there are raspberries, blackberries, pears, apples and pumpkins ripening in the fields.
We have a great list of where to pick everything as well as a list of some of the best farms in Michigan.
Stovers Farm Market & U Pic
7837 M-139, Berrien Springs, MI 49103
Stovers Farm Market – “Our U-Pic started over 30 years ago to give our customers the advantage of hand selecting quality produce right where it grows.
Yes, there is a difference between buying produce from your local supermarket and picking it yourself in our fields. When produce is naturally ripened and at its peak of freshness, the flavors are unbeatable.
In addition, U-Pickin’ is just good old country fun. And you save money to boot! By picking your own, you can save from 30% to 70% off of what you’d probably pay to have fresh fruits and vegetables year-round from the supermarket.”
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Jazz Blueberry Farm and Flowers
7223 W Grant Rd, Shelby, MI 49455
At Jazz Blueberry Farm, you can “enjoy the peaceful, family-friendly atmosphere of our farm and pick the blueberries yourself. We have buckets, bag liners to take home your blueberries or you can bring your own container. You can also pre-order fresh blueberries from us. Please call a day in advance.”
You can also pick your own flowers, including crocuses, daffodils, hyacinths, tulips, alliums, Irises, Zinnias, Gladiolus, wild flowers and sunflowers.
4620 M-88, Central Lake, MI 49622
At King Orchards they warmly welcome all the family to enjoy day in the fields picking apples.
“We are a family of farmers. We tend the land together, we run our business with the support of each other and we wholeheartedly welcome visitors to our farm, treating them as part of the family. We love sharing the abundance (and joy!) of our harvest with our customers. We take pride in getting our hands dirty and seeing the smiles that result.
Michigan apples are world-famous for flavor and appearance. Our philosophy is to produce the highest quality fruit possible by focusing on a few select varieties that do especially well in this region.
We actively grow over 140 acres of Montmorency tart cherries, in addition to Balaton cherries, black sweet cherries, apples, peaches, pears, apricots, plums, raspberries, pumpkins and nectarines.”
Apple Blossom Orchard
2581 Wilder Rd, Midland, MI 48642
At Apple Blossom Orchard they are passionate about all things apples!
“We are a family owned orchard working together to serve our community with a quality product, fair prices and friendly service. Our orchard, started and run takes the business of growing fruit seriously. Apple Blossom Orchard boasts 23 varieties of apples, made-fresh-daily, cinnamon-apple donuts, fresh pressed cider and the proud winner of the Reader’s Choice Silver Award for the best Caramel Apple!”
Wasem Fruit Farm
6580 Judd Rd, Milan, MI 48160
Wasem Fruit Farm is a popular and friendly orchard, where the staff work tirelessly to provide guests with the best quality fruit to pick.
“Wasem Fruit Farm is a family-owned and family-oriented orchard in rural southeastern Michigan, located between Ypsilanti and Milan in Washtenaw County. We take pride in our high-quality products, especially pick-your-own apples, pumpkins, and tart cherries; homemade, unpasteurized cider; and delicious fresh donuts made daily during the autumn season. We also grow a variety of other produce including red and black currants, gooseberries, plums, pears, and fall raspberries, all of which we sell in season at the Ann Arbor Farmers’ Market.
Wasem Fruit Farm has over a dozen varieties of apples available for U-Pick, and even more available that are already picked. Our U-Pick apple season typically begins shortly after Labor Day and continues through early November.”
Snappy Apples Farms
961 Newaygo Rd, Casnovia, MI 49318
At Snappy Apple Farms, in addition to an abundance of apples, you can also browse their fully laden farm shop and enjoy all the delicious produce and sweet treats available!
“Snappy Apple has been satisfying customers over 60 years. We proudly offer homegrown peaches and over 15 varieties of crisp, juicy apples. Snappy Apple features all Michigan grown produce and products. We have home grown apples and peaches. Snappy Apple is known for their delicious cider slushies and our large homemade caramel apples are a local favorite. We have honey, jam, maple syrup, popcorn, picked asparagus along with a variety of pumpkins, gourds, mini and decorative pumpkins. ”
And don’t miss their magnificent sunflower field!
2374 M-20, New Era, MI 49446
Lewis Adventure Farm and Zoo
4180 M-20, New Era, MI 49446
Lewis Adventure Farm & Zoo is a “getaway from everyday life for both the young and young at heart! Take a break from Lake Michigan to explore, play, and make new memories with the ones you love most. From our unique animal encounters to our 46+ fun farm attractions, our family-friendly activities ensure everyone will have things to do! Whether you’d like us to host an educational field trip, birthday party, or corporate event, everyone’s welcome at our Farm & Zoo!”
They also have a pumpkin patch and u-pick apples in the fall.
Knaebe’s Mmmunchy Krunchy Apple Farm
2621 S Karsten Rd, Rogers City, MI 49779
At Knaebe’s Mmmunchy Krunchy Apple Farm there’ is so much more than just apples!
“Knaebe’s is a cozy and fun Apple Orchard located in Northeast Michigan where you’ll find the most delicious donuts, cookies and pies, (and tons of other bakery items), fresh pressed cider, jams, maple syrup, honey and pickled veggies and great gifts in our barn! Don’t miss our hard cider and wood fired pizza, too! We offer u-pick apples and pumpkins and there are friendly farm animals to visit and hay rides to enjoy! Visit us in the fall – Labor Day weekend through early November.
Our orchard is admission free. Wood Fired Pizza and Hard Cider can be enjoyed in the barn adjacent to Knaebe’s main barn. This is one arm of the operation that you won’t want to miss! Visit our farm animals and playground Wednesday through Sunday, horseshoes and cornhole are also available (all free of charge!).
- Mac ‘n’ Squasher apple slingshot available on Saturdays and Sundays
- U-pick Pumpkin Patch
- Barrel train ride for kids
- Wagon ride pulled by a beautiful classic 1947 Farmall H Tractor”
Rowe’s Produce Farm
10570 Martz Rd, Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Rowe’s Produce Farm are very proud of their fruit and warmly welcome you to visit during season and pick your own strawberries!
“Rowe’s Produce Farm has been serving the Ypsilanti area for over 40 years. In that time we have grown to have the most acreage dedicated to u-pick strawberries and peas in the state of Michigan. During the summer and fall we operate a Farm Market and grow the best varieties of bi-color sweet corn available. So come on in and look around our site for hours, directions and recipes or just to see a few farm photos. You can also sign up for “THE LIST” on our Contact Us page to receive email updates on u-pick crop conditions and farm news throughout the summer. See you at the farm soon and have a very berry day!”
AJ’s Berry Farm
10570 Martz Rd, Ypsilanti, MI 48197
You will find lots of handy Upick hints and tips on AJ’s Berry Farms website.
“AJ’s is located in Lachine, Michigan, 15 miles west of Alpena on M-32.
We work hard to provide quality produce in a fun atmosphere.
Our farm is a family friendly destination and because we are a U-Pick farm, our customers get an up close, personal taste of a working farm.
U-Pick is a great way to spend time together as a family and it’s fun for kids of all ages! We know from experience that nothing tastes as sweet as fruit picked by your own hands.
We are primarily a U-Pick farm, and our customers just can’t help sampling in the field. For your health, we use the most environmentally sound practices available. We take pride in using sustainable farming methods to produce the highest quality fruits and vegetables possible.”
Whittakers Berry Farm
6724 Todd Rd, Ida, MI 48140
Berries are a family passion at Whittakers Berry Farm and they invite you and your family to enjoy picking strawberries at their farm in Michigan.
“Our parents instilled their farming knowledge and passion for finding the “best berries” in all of us here at Whittaker’s Berry Farm. We figure that it’s in our blood! Your patronage helps us to preserve something we believe in whole-heartedly, The Family Farm. Children love to pick berries, so we encourage the whole family to come out, learn from us, and enjoy the farm experience!
Harvest normally begins the first week of June. An average season only lasts approximately 18 days, depending on MOTHER NATURE! Once the berries begin to ripen, they don’t stop for anything or anybody!
Upon arrival at the farm you will be met with a cheerful face, who will supply you with complimentary containers. If you chose to pick your own berries, you will be directed to a field member who will show you where to park, and assign you picking rows, which have never been picked, or touched in several days, ensuring the best possible picking! ”
Delanges Red Berry Farm
5723 Port Sheldon St, Hudsonville, MI 49426
Delanges Red Berry Farm is a treasured part of the Hudsonville community in Michigan.
“Nothing’s sweeter than strawberries and raspberries fresh from the farm!
In season, you can get already picked berries, ready to take home and enjoy, right from our farm market.
We also offer convenient hours for our u-pick fields when berries are at the peak of freshness & flavor.
We’ve had the farm for many years & we’re a proud part of the Hudsonville community. We’ll have more details about our farm, family & products coming soon!”
8025 Krupp Ave NE, Comstock Park, MI 49321
You can be assured of a wonderful day out for all the family when you visit Krupp Farms in Michigan.
“Krupp Farms is an iconic landmark known to thousands of people who come from all over the region each summer to buy or pick berries, enjoy our petting zoo, visit our ice cream shop or play on our playground.
Krupp Farms is a fourth-generation centennial farm, located just north of Grand Rapids in Comstock Park, MI on Krupp Avenue. Although Krupp Farms started as a strawberry farm, we now offer asparagus, rhubarb and red and black raspberries as well.
At Krupp Farms, we grow and offer a large variety of strawberries for our customers on over 18 acres. Our strawberries are offered pre-picked in our berry barn or customers can come to our farm and pick their own. Our strawberries are perfect for eating, dipping, pies, freezer or cooked jam or shortcake to name a few!
We have early varieties, mid-season varieties, mid to late varieties and late varieties.”
4700 Whitmore Lake Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Slow Farm is a certified organic U-pick farm and farm stand
3 miles north of Ann Arbor, Michigan.
“Slow Farm is a certified organic U-pick farm and farmstand devoted to the principles of Slow Food, agroecology, and justice in the food system. Slow Farm’s 187 acres are located in SE Michigan, 3 miles north of Ann Arbor, and includes woods, native prairie and wetlands. We grow mainly heirloom produce and flowers, and provide an organic farm experience demonstrating biodiversity and “closed loop” practices.
Slow Farm is a certified organic farm and it’s a diversified farm (we grow lots of different crops), both of which are unique among Upick farms. We have approximately 20 acres under cultivation and grow about 100 different varieties of fruits, vegetables, and flowers.
Since we support biodiversity in all its dimensions, we have a lot of weeds and insects and butterflies and birds. So please be prepared to deal with that aspect of the farm and try to notice the amazing variety and diversity that you see, hear, smell, touch, and taste.”
Middleton Berry Farm
4790 Oakwood Rd, Ortonville, MI 48462
Be sure to visit Middleton Berry Farm for your strawberries this season.
“The farm is situated on 40 idyllic acres in Ortonville, Michigan. We only cultivate 6 acres, as we grow what we can hand weed. The rest is left natural and sustains a rich population of wildlife. We have acres of woods and marshland that are left untouched. Our proudest contribution to the land is 6 acres of wild pollinator preserve. We’ve planted native wildflower and grass species and leave it in peace for bees, butterflies and bats.
We are an entirely you-pick farm. We do not pre-harvest any crops for sale. Our customers get the best of everything (no seconds) and the satisfaction of harvesting their own food.”
Stotz Strawberry Farm
952 W Albain Rd, Monroe, MI 48161
Enjoy a rustic and authentic strawberry picking experience at Stotz Strawberry Farm.
“Stotzes have been growing berries in Ida, Michigan for decades, selling them out of the family farm stand on the corner of Lewis Ave and Albain Rd. 2017 marks the first year we’ve opened our strawberry fields up to our customers so they can enjoy the experience of berry picking with their friends and families. We still have already picked berries available on a daily basis, in addition to the opportunity to pick your own.”
2651 15 Mile Rd, Tekonsha, MI 49092
Harveys Farm is a modest, yet super friendly Upick farm where you can pick delicious juicy berries in season.
“Welcome to Harvey’s U-pick Farm! Established in 1984 as a first generation farm. Owners Ron and Rose Harvey, along with their family, have grown fresh picked asparagus, and pick your own strawberries, raspberries and blueberries to become a local source for fresh, healthy and delicious produce. Our produce is available starting with asparagus in May and ending in November with chestnuts and pumpkins. Come and experience what our farm has to offer in south central Michigan, with easy access just west of I-69. Explore our web site for more helpful information and directions to our farm.”
16919 Pole Rd, Brethren, MI 49619
Urka Farm is a very popular fruit farm in Michigan. Be sure to visit during strawberry season to pick you own!
“A Taste Of The County! Farm Fresh Strawberries; Pick Your Own Berries, Fun For Families, Fun For Seniors, Fun for All!! Children Are Welcome With Parents. open 7 days a week from 8am – 8pm during season.”
Reenders Blueberry Farms
9981 W Olive Rd, West Olive, MI 49460
Reenders Blueberry Farms has “been family owned and operated since 1956. With 12 different varieties of blueberries, we have 800 acres of blueberry plants.
Come see our new store! We have a little something for everyone. In addition to fresh blueberries, we have other local fruit (when available) such as raspberries, cherries, and peaches. We also have many flavors of jam, honey, and syrup, Michigan souvenirs, our famous blueberry pies, muffins, candy, shirts, scented air sprays, muffin mixes, canned fruit and vegetables, gourmet flavored caramel corn, a large selection of seasonings, spreads, dips and of course replica Reenders toy semi-trucks.”
Hazen’s Blueberry Farm
1144 Peavy Rd, Howell, MI 48843
Hazen’s Blueberry Farm – “In the 1950’s and 60’s Arthur Hazen purchased 25 acres of land in Commerce Township and 80 acres in Howell, Michigan. After clearing the land during evenings, weekends, and holidays, Art and his son, Dennis planted over 25 acres of blueberry bushes and launched the future of Hazen’s Farms. As time passed, the farms consolidated in Howell and became strictly U-pick.
Opening day of blueberry season has become a working family tradition as everybody pitches in. At Hazen’s Farm we offer only the highest quality of blueberries – varieties include: Bluecrop – considered the best all around variety for adaptability, consistent yields, high quality fruit and disease resistance.
Bluecrop is perhaps the most widely planted variety in the U.S. Blueray – an old favorite and versatile variety, Blueray performs particularly well in areas with hot summers or very cold winters, and produces high quality berries with outstanding dessert flavor. Jersey – one of the oldest and most widely grown of all varieties, Jersey is a favorite for farmers wanting a bush that produces heavy late season crops year after year. This bush tolerates a wide range of soil types, and the small to medium sized, sweet tasting fruit is a favorite for baking.”
Crossroads Blueberry Farm
14500 Lake Michigan Dr., West Olive, MI
Crossroads Blueberry Farm – “Looking for local, U-Pick Blueberries in Grand Haven, Spring Lake, Grand Rapids, and Holland area? Crossroads Blueberry Market is now offering U-Pick Blueberries in Season! Create memories with your family while enjoying pick your own blueberry FUN at the Farm!
U-pick will be open approximately the second week in July, the exact start and end dates will vary according to the season each year. Typically, blueberry picking season begins in July and runs through mid-August.”
Cherry U-Pick at Third Coast Fruit Co
555 Wilson Rd, Traverse City, MI 49686
The Wunsch Family of Cherry U-Pick at Third Coast Fruit Co has been “growing cherries on the Old Mission Peninsula for over a century, and now we are opening up a U-pick to share them with you! We are excited to be reopening a U-pick operation on the historic site of Wilson Orchards, just a short drive or bike ride from downtown Traverse City.
Delicious fruit, stunning bay views, and tranquil, breezy orchards are the cherry on top of any Up North weekend.
Whether you are looking to go on a walk during a tour of the Old Mission Peninsula or buying cherries to take home, we will help you select the perfect fruit to meet your needs. Dark sweet, light sweet, and baking cherries are all abundantly available in our orchard!”
Fruit Acres Farms Cherry U-Pick
6299 Carmody Rd, Coloma, MI 49038
At Fruit Acres you can pick fruit “right off the tree yourself (when available). Black Sweet Cherries, Rainier Sweet Cherries and Sour Pie Cherries are available for only 10 days from Late June to Early July. Late June to July 3 is usually a good time to come to pick Red Montmorency Sour Cherries. We are open every day until the Cherries are picked off the tree!
Our family settled this 200 acre fruit farm, located in Coloma Michigan in 1846. We are the 5th generation of Friday family farming it. We grow Black Sweet Cherries, Rainier Sweet Cherries, Sour Pie Cherries, Sweet Peaches, Nectarines, Plums, Apricots, Pears and Crisp Apples (including Honeycrisp) already picked at our farm market (when available).”
Moelker Orchards & Farm Market
9265 Kenowa Ave SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49534
Moelker Orchards & Farm Market – Since 1907, the Moelker family has been producing quality fruit and family fun on the farm for the Greater Grand Rapids community. Quality has always been our hallmark and it remains so today! We grow and sell a wide variety of tree fruits including apples, peaches, pears, plums and cherries.
We also offer a fun and family friendly atmosphere for people to gather, pick-your-own fruit from our u-pick orchards and pumpkin patch, and enjoy the scenic beauty that is our century old farm. We invite you and your family to join us this harvest season as we celebrate another terrific harvest of our superb crops.
Lavender Fields Farm
2175 E Hinchman Rd, Berrien Springs, MI 49103
Lavender Fields Farm in Berrien Springs, Michigan is a family owned business and they are true specialists in all things lavender.
“Welcome to Lavender Fields Farm located in Berrien Springs, Michigan. We are a family-owned and operated farm specializing in different varieties of lavender. At Lavender Fields we believe everyone needs a place to stop and smell the roses (or lavender in this case). We pride ourselves on the beauty of our land and work hard to make sure we have the type of place people will want to visit. With our 16 different varieties of lavender there is sure to be one that catches the eye of every visitor.
The roots of our farm began with berries and we continue that tradition today by growing raspberries, blackberries, and strawberries. We offer U-Pick for our berries, lavender, sunflowers, and pumpkins; there is always something to harvest at the farm!
Lavender Fields Farm is certified by the Michigan On-Farm Produce Safety Council and our produce is grown following these safety standards and practices to ensure our produce standards are exemplary.”
Lavender Hill Farm
7354 Horton Bay Rd N, Boyne City, MI 49712
Lavender Hill Farm in Boyne City, Michigan not only produces stunning varieties of lavender, it also invites people to hold their functions and weddings at their picturesque location. Just imagine the beautiful aroma!
“Lavender Hill Farm invites visitors of all ages to explore the sight, scent, and taste of lavender at our Certified Naturally Grown farm. The largest lavender farm in Michigan, we are home to 29 varieties of lavender, Italian honeybees, and a restored century old barn where live music performances, weddings, lunches, and private events are held.
Lavender Hill Farm offers visitors the magical experience of being surrounded by the regal beauty and scents of purple and green waves of lavender. It is no wonder families visit us year after year
Host an event in our lavender fields or historic barn and your guests will never forget the beauty and romance of this extraordinary setting.”
Indigo Lavender Farms
631 N Van Dyke Rd, Imlay City, MI 48444
Indigo Lavender Farms warmly welcomes you and your family to visit, admire their stunning purple crop, and purchase all manner of lavender scented products.
“Treat yourself to a trip to our lavender farm in Imlay City, MI.
Lavender has a lovely scent. It’s often used in lotions, soaps and candles. You can bring the scent of lavender home with you by purchasing products from our lavender farm. We make our own lavender products with the material we grow on our property.
The sight of lavender growing out in the open air is one you’ll remember for a long time. A trip to Indigo Lavender Farms can lift your spirits and brighten your mood. Our location is a popular place for photo shoots. You can stop by for a tour of our farm.”
Nellie’s Lavender Estate
10405 Sharon Valley Rd, Jackson, MI 49201
Nellie’s Lavender Estate has a rich and fascinating history. A visit to Nellie’s will fulfill all your lavender related needs!
“Nellie’s Lavender Estate was founded in memory of my grandmother, Nellie, who shared her love affair with mother earth in everything that she did and created. This energy and passion was infused in my spirit at a young age from gardening and true farm to table cuisine. To preserve a legacy, we are now a working farm that boasts over 500 lavender plants, 400,000 wildflowers, chamomile, sunflowers and specialty herbs. Bask in the beauty of natural prairie grasses, stroll through walking paths that meander through bluebird habitats and monarch butterfly waystations, or reserve magical evening for you and your guests under the stars.
Nellie’s Lavender Estate can create the “perfect moment in time” for you and your guests – from destination showers, women’s day outings, candlelight garden parties, paint & sip events, harvest days & classes, yoga & wellness, unique culinary creations, make & take workshops to custom herbal centerpiece design, wreaths and arrangements, we are confident you will be delighted.”
Misty Meadow Lavender
7377 Hartland Rd. Fenton. Mi. 48430
Established in 2018, Misty Meadow Lavender Farm offers the superb opportunity to Upick your own Lavender!
“We are a U-Pick Lavender Farm with seven varieties to choose from ranging through the months of May – Aug. We also offer U-Pick Sunflowers.
Upick lavender hints and tips at Misty Meadow Lavender.
“A bunch is considered the amount you can fasten in the provided 6 inch twist tie. After parking, please stop by the white tent to gather scissors, twist ties and a basket for your picking convenience. When picking, avoid cutting into the woody area of the plant. ”
DeBucks Sunflower Farm
50240 Martz Rd Suite 1, Belleville, MI 48111
You are sure to receive a warm welcome at DeBucks Sunflower Farm in Belleville. You will also find beautiful, sweet scented lavender fields here too!
“The DeBuck family started growing sunflowers in 2017. A few years later Scott DeBuck planted 5 acres of lavender to add to the customer experience. The DeBuck’s are still adding new varieties of flowers to make every season a little better and to provide something new each year for their customers.
People love coming out to the farm to experience the beauty of the sunflowers and lavender. While you are at the farm you will have the option to pick your own sunflower bouquets and lavender bundles to take home with you. Don’t forget your cameras! There are many photo opportunities for you and family to take advantage of during your visit.
The DeBuck family would like to welcome your family and friends to visit the farm for an amazing experience in the flower fields. Our farm is a great tradition for families to enjoy!”
Schell Family Farm
10055 Dexter-Pinckney Rd, Pinckney, MI 48169
A visit with the whole family to Schell Family Farm will fill the day with fabulous outdoor activities like wagon rides, navigating a maze and photo opportunities in the stunning sunflower fields.
“Starting around August we have over 7 acres of a beautiful Sunflower bloom. PLUS newly added 3 acres of Wildflowers. This is a perfect time to stop by and wander through our maze, take pictures, and pick flowers to share with loved ones!
The Event Barn is located on our operational farm with over 250 acres of scenic views and this modern venue features a custom built event barn, designed with an emphasize on hosting events. Our unique, natural setting is perfect for hosting everything from small social gatherings, to large full-scale corporate events. Our land provides several areas that allow for recreational items such as: bounce houses / lawn games. A photographers dream, every season at Schell Family Farm looks like a painting, from sunflower fields, to snow covered pine trees you’re guaranteed to always find the perfect shot. We encourage all potential clients to schedule a short visit to our farm to fully capture the essence that can only be felt in person.”
The Lone Oak Sunflower Farm and Corn Maze
38575 Ash Rd, Huron Charter Twp, MI 48164
The birth of Lone Oak Sunflower Farm and Corn Maze is a fascinating story of following your dreams.
“Welcome to The Lone Oak Sunflower Farm. The farm is owned and operated by Matt and April Bobby.
In 2014 Matt and April purchased the nearly 19 acre farm located in New Boston Michigan.
April has always had a dream of having a huge sunflower garden.
They purchased needed farm equipment, and together began working up the land. They planted an estimated 1/2 million black oil sunflower seeds. They only went with 1 flower for this first time planting, and hope to expand into several different types of flowers next year.
Despite a few hurdles, the sunflowers seem to be growing quite well. The two decided they will open their farm to the public when the flowers start to bloom, estimated time to be July or August.
They are allowing visitors to cut their own sunflowers as well as ready cut sunflowers for those who do not wish to cut their own.”
Grandpa Tiny’s Farm
7775 Weiss St, Frankenmuth, MI 48734
There is a whole array of seasonal activities taking place at Grandpa Tiny’s Farm in Frankenmuth, although summertime is extra special as it sees the arrival of the sunning sunflower harvest.
“Lose yourself in over 10 acres of sky high sunflowers throughout Grandpa Tiny’s Farm. General admission to the Frankenmuth Flower Festival includes access to the flower fields. Guests can each pick one sunflower to take home with them. We suggest that you pick the ones that haven’t bloomed yet. They will open up when placed in water at home!
Summer brings the farm alive with growing farm crops including over twenty acres of sunflowers. During the Frankenmuth Flower Festival is when the fields of flowers are open for visiting and picking. Make sure to save the date because you will not want to miss how stunningly beautiful the landscape becomes. Make sure to take home a bouquet with you to enjoy at home.”
Gust Flower and Produce Farm
11998 Rodesiler Hwy, Ottawa Lake, MI 49267
Gust Flower and Produce Farm is the perfect place to visit with the family to harvest your own sunflowers, admire the beautiful surroundings and grab many other varieties of fruit and veg too!
“Gust Flower and Produce Farm offers visitors an opportunity to cut their own flower bouquet, take a stroll through our sunflower trail, or pick-your-own vegetables. We also offer pre-picked produce for purchase. Get lost in our 10 acre you-pick field filled with over 100 varieties of different vegetables and cut flowers. Picking your own vegetables and flowers is a fun and wholesome activity for the whole family to enjoy!
We will again offer a sunflower trail. Our large, 5 acre sunflower field is great for taking pictures or just getting lost in the trails of beautiful sunflowers.”
CornFun Corn Maze Adventure And Pumpkin Patch
9391 Lindsey Ln, Casco, MI 48064
Corn Fun Family Farm offers “family fun for your family or group! Our day-time mazes and night-time flashlight challenges are all spook free so bring the whole family!!
We’re excited to offer you 20 Acres of fun for the whole family to enjoy! Corn Fun Family Farm’s “CornFun Corn Maze Adventure Park and Pumpkin Patch” has 2 challenging corn mazes with 4 miles of meandering trails that are open both in the daytime and at night for great flashlight fun.
Enjoy our 10 acres of Sunflowers during our Sunflower Harvest with all the great fun of the corn maze plus the beauty of these amazing flowers. Includes unlimited hayrides and 1 flower to take home or purchase more for your enjoyment.”
The farm only opens in the fall but you can have fun in the corn maze, pick pumpkins, visit their petting zoo and marvel at their sunflowers.
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