Updated June 01, 2014
Some corn mazes are square and typical of a puzzle magazine, but others are designed by professionals and qualify as works of art -- at least from a bird eye's view. Of course, the curved paths that make up the picture's lines may play havoc with your innate sense of direction, but corn certainly qualifies as an interesting artistic medium. There are several new themes for 2013 at Detroit Michigan Corn Mazes.
- Best Maze Corn Maze, Webberville
The corn-rendering for the Best Corn Maze in 2013 is “Pure Michigan.” The maze opens on Friday, September 13th. The cost is $8 a person. Note that the location has security towers to insure you can't get too lost, a concession stand and restrooms.
In addition to the regular corn maze, Best Maze has a petting zoo, as well as a Trail of Terror at night (with black hole / vortex tunnel) that costs $15 and opens Friday, September 27th.
- Charles L. Bowers School Farm, Bloomfield Hills
The school farm has three corn mazes, a haunted maze and pumpkin patch, all of which are open on weekends. While the corn maze opens at the beginning of October, the haunted maze runs from mid-October through the end of October. The farm also has wagon rides, a petting farm, fresh donuts and apple cider. Admission for the corn maze is $8 for ages 12+ and $6 for ages 6 to 11. The haunted maze is $15 per person.
- Corn Fun, Casco
The Corn Fun Corn Maze has two mazes that cover four miles of trails. It opens on September 20th. The theme for 2013 is Detroit Tigers. Other attractions include hayrides, pumpkin patch, petting zoo, bonfires, rope maze, mini-hay bale maze, bounce house, and concessions. Admission is $10 an adult.
- Kackleberry Farm Corn Maze at Farmer Charley's, Monroe
Farmer Charley has several mazes that cover 10 acres. In 2013, the farm depicts three famous comic book heros in its maze: Batman, Spiderman, and Captain America. Other attractions include pig races, hayrides, bonfires, train ride, jumping pillow, steer roping, pumpkin cannons, and petting farm. There is also a Country Store & Bakery Shoppe. The farm opens on September 13th in 2013. Farm admission is $10.95 is an all-day pass.
- Farmer J's Corn Maze, Dundee
The theme for the Farmer J's Corn Maze is “Stream Life” in 2013. Other attractions include a corn cannon. The maze opens on September 6th and runs through the end of October. Admission to the maze is $10 for ages 12+ and $5 for ages 6 to 11. Note: The maze offers several price packages.
- Maybury Farm Corn maze, Northville
The corn maze runs on weekends from September 21st through November 3rd and includes a hayride, 12 acre corn maze, and visit to farm.
- Talladay Farms, Milan
The 2013 theme for two of the Talladay Farm mazes is Barnyards. The mazes cover 27 acres and depict a tractor, barn, silo, cow and fence. The mazes open on Friday, September 20th and run on weekends through October 27th. The price for the corn-maze ticket is $7 an adult/$6 children. Other activities include a fruit farm, pumpkin patch, and wagon rides.
Talladay also has a separate haunted maze that starts on Friday, October 4th and runs on Friday and Saturday nights through the end of October. Cost is $7 an adult.
- Three Cedars Farm, Northville
The seven-acre corn maze is just one of many attractions in the fall at Three Cedars Farm. Other activities include a pumpkin-patch hayride, barn-yard play land, doughnut hut and goat farm. Cost is $5 a person for the corn maze.
- Westview Orchards, Romeo
The corn-maze theme for 2013 is still a closely guarded secret, but it covers six acres. In addition to the weekend corn maze, Westview Orchard also has a separate nighttime corn maze that costs $7. Other activities include a petting farm, log obstacle course, straw mountain, slides, jumping pillows, wagon rides, concessions, and rope mountain. Admission to the farm is $9.50 a person and includes all of the activities except the Apple Slingshot, pony rides and horse-drawn wagon rides.