Find pumpkin picking near Detroit, Ann Arbor, Flint, Lansing, and Grand Rapids on our list of Michigan pumpkin patches. Have a wonderful fall day at a local farm near you. Find the best listed here at Funtober. Many also feature mazes, apple picking, cider mills, and hayrides. Most are open in September and October. Some farms even have haunted activities at Halloween.
A.W. Overhiser Orchards - South Haven, MI
A u-pick farm in Allegan County with apples and pumpkins for families to enjoy picking in the fall. Fun place with hay rides, child size corn maze, animal barm, fresh apple cider and farm market. Five generations of the Overhiser family have lived and worked on the farm, starting with Henry and Sarah (McKee) Overhiser in 1860. Located south of Holland, north of Benton Harber and northwest of Kalamazoo. Their address is 6405 109th Avenue South Haven, MI. It is about 56 miles southwest of Grand Rapids.
Alber Orchard & Cider Mill - Manchester, MI
A refurbished 1937 John Deere orchard tractor pulls your wagon out to the pumpkin patch. There is also an apple cider press at the cider mill and a seven acre corn maze. Also play in the hay maze, enjoy caramel apples, pretzels, apples, and cider. It is owned by Mike and Therese Boosory. Their address is 13011 Bethel Church Road, Manchester, MI 48158. It is located 57 miles west of Detroit and just 17 miles outside of Ann Arbor.
Amazing Acres - Edwardsburg, MI
A 90 acre farm in Cass County with a 20 acre corn maze with 3.5 miles of paths and 12 hidden check points that takes 30 minute to 2 hours to navigate. They have thousands of pumpkins in their pumpkin patch. They are open Tuesday through Sunday starting around September 15th through October 31st. Take a hay ride around the farm and stop to see the horses, watch the goats traverse the goat walk, try the zip line, race ducks or mine gems in the mining sluice. Hoppy horse race, jumping pillow, cornball game, pumpkin checkers, straw mountain, cow train, corn box, pumpkin painting, trike track and other farm fun activities. Located north of Elkhart, Indiana and southwest of Portage. Their address is 18430 U.S. 12 East, Edwardsburg, MI 49112.
Anderson & Grils Orchards/Gifts - Stanton, MI
Fun on the farm with pumpkin picking, wagon rides, barnyard animals, cider mill, farm market and ice cream parlor. Located northeast of Grand Rapids and north of Ionia. The address is 2985 N Sheridan Road, Stanton, MI 48888. It is about 52 miles northeast of Grand Rapids.
Bethke Farms - Grand Haven, MI
A 15 acre u-pick pumpkin field with 20 minute hayrides and a 3.5 acre corn maze. Maze is $3 per person with children 5 and under free. A short drive from Muskegon, Grand Rapids and Holland. They are open 7 days a week from the last weekend in September through October 30th. It is located 24 miles west of Grand Rapids.
Big Dan’s U-Pick’em - Hartford, MI
A u-pick pumpkin patch and apple orchard. Free wagon hayrides on weekends through Halloween starting in early September. Located along I-94 halfway between St. Joseph and Kalamazoo. Their address is 65980 66th Avenue, Hartford, MI 49057. It is located almost 36 miles west of Kalamazoo.
Cotant’s Farm Market - Hastings, MI
Fall activities include u-pick apples, pumpkins, wagon rides and straw maze. Located southeast of Grand Rapids, west of Lansing and north of Battle Creek. They are open Monday through Saturday until October 31st. The location is about 40 miles southeast of Grand Rapids.
Cranes U-Pick - Fennville, MI
A 105 acre u-pick farm purchased in 1936 by Albert and Letha Crane. U-pick started in 1970. It has an extensive pumpkin patch with large pumpkins. Apple picking starts in early September and lasts until the middle of October. Located south of Holland and southwest of Grand Rapids. The address is 6017 125th Avenue, Fennville, MI 49408. It is about 41 miles southwest of Grand Rapids.
DeBuck’s Corn Maze - Belleville, MI
A family farm owned by Norman and Linda DeBuck with a 12 acre pumpkin patch, free wagon rides, 13 acres of corn mazes, super slide, corn cannons and petting farm. Prior to opening the farm to the public for agritainment, it was known as the New Lawn Sod Farm. They also have go-kart races, a Night Maze, and a Country Kitchen nearby restaurant. Their address is 50240 Martz Road, Belleville, MI 48111. It is about 34 miles west of downtown Detroit near Ypsilanti.
Depner Farms - Caseville, MI
They have a pick your own pumpkin patch and corn maze at their farm which opened to the public in 2005. The pumpkin patch is open to the public every day but they also host a number of school, church, and social private events throughout the week by appointment. There are lots of kids activities, a country store, concessions, games, and events. They also are a major Christmas Tree farm. The address is 5945 Griggs Rd., Caseville, MI 48275. It is about 64 miles northeast of Saginaw.
Dinges Fall Harvest - Three Oaks, MI
Pick your own pumpkins this fall at Dinges Farm in Harbor County. A massive number of different varieties of pumpkins, gourds and squash. Horse pulled hay rides, petting zoo, go cart races and pony rides ($4). Also explore the No left turn maze, cornfield maze, children’s play area, refreshments and apple cider. Open daily until dark, September through October. Weekend activities are from 11AM to 6 PM. Located east of New Buffalo near the Indiana border, a 90 minute drive from Chicago. Their address is 15219 Mill Road, Three Oaks, MI 49128.
Donahee Farms - Plymouth, MI
They grow over 80 acres of pumpkins! Enjoy a PYO pumpkin patch, pumpkin painting, giant moonwalk, bonfires, hayrides, and kids’ straw maze. They even have a Spooky Forest and farm animals. They are open daily until dusk. It is located about 32 miles west of downtown Detroit near Plymouth.
Ed Dunneback & Girls Farm Market - Grand Rapids, MI
A third and fourth generation fruit farm with u-pick apples and pumpkins. It has a 5 acre cornfield with maze and trivia opening after Labor Day. Tasty Treats such as homemade donuts, caramel apples and pies. Located 10 minutes northwest of downtown Grand Rapids. The address is 3025 6 Mile Rd. NW, Grand Rapids, MI. The farm has over 4888 Facebook likes.
Erwin Orchards - South Lyon, MI
A third generation family farm operating for more than 90 years. Pick your own apples and pumpkins on their 200 acre fruit farm. Apple cider, wagon rides, a corn maze, inflatables (weekends) and petting farm (weekends). They run an A-MAZE-ING daytime corn maze and a haunted nighttime Corn “Stalkers” Maze. Their address is 61475 Silver Lake Road, South Lyon, MI 48178. It is about 42 miles west of downtown Detroit.
Farmer Charley’s Corn Maze Adventures - Monroe, MI
Also known as Kackleberry Farm it features a 7 acre pick your pumpkins straight from the vine. Ride the tractor drawn hayrides, maze, barrel train rides, pig races and barnyard animals. This is a wonderful seasonal agri-tourism farm each fall. They also have 3 cornfield mazes, fall bonfires, and flashlight farm nights. They have activities for kids of all ages from age 2 to age 92. Their address is 6421 North Stoney Creek Rd., Monroe, MI 48162. It is about 36 miles south of downtown Detroit.
Four Green Fields Farm - Rodney, MI
Established in 2003 on 162 acres of land started in 200. They started planting a pumpkin patch due to customer demand. They are known for their corn maze which has three levels of difficulty. Wagon rides also offered. Located just east of Big Rapids, west of Mt. Pleasant. They try to be good stewards of the land. Many animals and birds live on the land including Sandhill cranes, bald eagles, turkeys, deer, turtles, and assorted small animals and waterfowl. The address is 15693 Wilson Road, Rodney, MI. It is about 36 miles east of Mt. Pleasant, MI.
Frank Farms - Berrien Center, MI
Frank Farms has been operating since 1909. Apple pick starts in late September. U-pick pumpkins available throughout October. Be sure to try their products at Long Grove’s Annual Apple Festival on the last weekend in September. Located north of South Bend and southeast of Benton Harbor.
Fruit Ridge Hayrides - Kent City, MI
A 125 year old fruit farm with u-pick apples and pumpkins. Enjoy hayrides and ten acre corn maze with interactive games, petting zoo, farm market, children’s play area with sandbox and straw pile. Harvest Fest runs from the middle of September to Halloween. Open to the public on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Located north of Grand Rapids. The address is 11966 Fruit Ridge NW, Kent City, MI 49330. It is about 19 miles north of Grand Rapids.
Geers Farms - McBain, MI
A family owned and operated farm in Northern Michigan with a pumpkin patch in October. The farm dates back to the mid-1860s when the McBain family started it. The Geer family has been farming the land since 1919. They have diversified from its roots as a dairy farm into agritainment, Belted Galloway Cattle and Belgian Draft horses. Hay rides, balloon bounce for kids, and straw maze. Open on Saturday and Sunday to the public. Prearranged groups (like school kids!) visit the working farm on weekdays. Located east of Cadillac. They also expect an all new corn maze design this fall. Their address is 5600 W. Geery Rd., McBain, MI. It is about 13 miles east of Cadillac.
Gene The Pumpkin Man - Kalamazoo, MI
They really don’t have a web presence but Gene’s is apparently a huge deal in Southwest Michigan in October. Their address is 22637 M 43 Highway West, Kalamazoo, MI 49009. The location is about 9 miles west of downtown Kalamazoo.
Grandmas Pumpkin Patch - Midland, MI
Pumpkin patch open daily. They feature a 3 acre corn maze. Flashlight maze for one weekend in late October, with a day as a cosmic corn maze with DJ and costume contest. Enjoy pig races and pony rides on weekends in October. Kidland Playland has hayrides, petting zoo, chalk house and more. Past corn mazes have featured (2014) Ginger Zee, (2013) Tim Allen, (2012) Mike Rowe, and (2011) Robin Meade. The address is 4277 N Eastman Rd., Midland, MI 48642. It is located about 8 miles north of Midland.
Gull Meadow Farms - Richland, MI
Apple orchard and petting farm in Southwest Michigan with a u-pick pumpkin patch, wagon rides, corn maze and other fall fun starting in early September. Pumpkin Lane activities include jumping pillows, straw mountain, tube slides and more. Don’t forget to try their donuts! The farm was started by Julius Wendzel in 1949. The apple orchard opened for u-pick in 1985, fall fun started in 2000 and the cornfield was first cut in 2001. They are open on Friday and Saturdays from the last weekend in September through October. They also have a night maze. Their address is 8544 Gull Road, Richland, MI 49083. It is about 8 miles northeast of Kalamazoo.
Gust Brothers Pumpkin Farm - Ottawa Lake, MI
A pick your own pumpkin patch with ten varieties of pumpkins. Also hayrides, farm animals and refreshments. They feature cut flowers, chicks and bunnies, snack barn, free parking and free admission. Their address is 13639 Mulberry Road, Ottawa Lake, MI 49267. It is about 60 miles southwest of Detroit.
Harveys Farm - Tekonsha, MI
A u-pick farm started by Ron and Rose Harvey in 1984. Chestnuts and pumpkins are available in the fall. Easy access off west I-69. Their address is 2651 15 Mile Road, Tekonsha, MI. It is about 28 miles southeast of Battle Creek.
Houpts Pumpkin Patch - Dundee, MI
A family owned pumpkin farm with u pick pumpkins, corn maze, haunted house and hayrides, too. Kids weekend features a costume contest, face painting and pony rides. They are open daily in the fall. They turn the day maze into a nighttime Haunted Corn Maze and Haunted Forest on Friday and Saturday evenings. Also a good place for kid’s pony rides. The address is 19929 Tecumseh Rd., Dundee, MI 48131. It is about 60 miles southwest of Detroit.
Hoxsie’s Farm Market - Williamsburg, MI
Denny and Judy Hoxsie welcome visitors to the farm and market started by his parents, Larry & Verna Hoxsie, when they began living on the farm in 1948. Hoxsie’s has a number of family activities and educational opportunities for visitors in the fall, in addition to the large pick your own pumpkin patch and pre-picked pumpkins in the Farm Market. Weekend wagon rides offer a lift to the u-pick apple orchard, pumpkin patch and the maze. The four acre corn maze offers a prize to guests who are able to find all of the clues. The Big Red Barn lets you enjoy the historic building while the kids play in the haystack or swing from the ropes. Seven varieties of apples available to pick. Farm tours available daily for school children and groups booked in advance. They hold their Farm Family Festival from the middle of October with live music, food and other activities. Located just east of Traverse City. Their address is 6578 M-72 East, Williamsburg, MI 49690. It is about 11 miles east of Traverse City.
Izzi Farm - Fair Haven, MI
They are open Saturday and Sunday in the fall. The address is 8475 Marine City Highway, Fair Haven, MI 48023. It is about 41 miles northeast of Detroit.
Johnson’s Giant Pumpkin Patch - Saginaw, MI
Enjoy this popular pumpkin patch and 13 acre corn maze. Special events on weekends include blacksmith demonstrations, face painting, horse rides and rope making. Admission and parking are free. Pay for the activities you want to enjoy! Open daily from early September until Halloween. Located northeast of Saginaw, south of Bay City. They also host every weekend a special festival event with live entertainment and kids activities. Do not miss their Trebuchet pumpkin throwing. The address is 4715 N Portsmouth Rd., Saginaw, Michigan. It is about 8 miles east of downtown Saginaw.
Jollay Orchards Family Fun Farm - Coloma, MI
Enjoy fall in Southwest Michigan with the Harvest Festival at Jollay Orchards. Start with the hayride and hop off at your choice of the pupmkin patch, apple orchard, farm market, or haunted house. Their patch has over ten acres to choose from plus a Cornfield Maze. Near Halloween, find the Haunted Schoolhouse set in a one room schoolhouse from the 1800s. Ferris wheel, catch and release pond fishing, animal farm, caterpillar crawl, playground, picnic area and farm market with Sherman’s Ice Cream and fresh baked goods. Harvest festival is open only on the weekends from Labor Day weekend through Halloween. Pay One Price for adults and children over 2 years of age are $9. Senior Citizens over 65 are $2. Located between Benton Harbor and Paw Paw. Their address is 1850 Friday Road, Coloma, MI 49038. It is about 42 miles west of Kalamazoo.
Kapnick Orchards - Britton, MI
Pick your own pumpkins starting in the middle weekend in September and running through October 31st. Enjoy apple picking, cider mill, wagon rides, farm animals, and bakery. They also host an apple festival the second weekend in October. Their address is 4245 Rogers Highway, Britton, MI 49229. It is near Adrian or about 64 miles southwest of Detroit.
Lewis’ Farm Market & Petting Farm - New Era, MI
A 700 acre family owned and operated farm with pumpkin patch, 8 acre maze of corn and wagon ride (fall weekends). Pumpkin chunker, moonwalk, animal petting farm and farm market. Admission offers more than 15 attractions, including gem mining, pedal carts, giant jumping pillows, barrel train, sandbox, climbing spider web, tire swings, teeter totters, rubber duck races, tractor and truck play area. Located between Muskegon and Ludington. The address is 4180 West M-20, New Era, MI 49446. It is open daily from the second weekend in September through October 31st. They also host a number of parties, group events, and weddings. It is about 65 miles northwest of Grand Rapids and just 12 miles south of Hart.
Long Family Orchard, Farm & Cider Mill - Commerce Twp., MI
They feature a U-pick pumpkin patch, 5 acre cornfield maze, hay rides, petting farm, apples, cider mill and farm yard play area. They have both a daytime corn maze and night time corn maze. Their address is 1540 E. Commerce Rd., Commerce Twp., MI 48382. It is located 37 miles northwest of downtown Detroit.
Meckley’s Flavor Fruit Farm - Somerset Center, MI
An apple orchard and cider mill on 375 acres. From late September through Halloween, they have a fall festival on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) with a pumpkin patch, 10 acre corn maze, farm animals, pony rides, hay rides, wagon rides, bounce house, bonfire and live entertainment. Located south of Jackson and west of Adrian and Tecumseh. The address is 11025 S. Jackson Road, Somerset Center, MI 49282. It is about 56 miles south of Lansing.
Mitchell Farm - Holly, MI
They have a u-pick pumpkin patch offering pumpkins still on the vine, hayrides and play area. The Mitchell family have operated this farm continuously for more than 175 years. They run on weekends from the middle of September through October 31st. Their address is 3404 Mitchell Rd., Holly, MI 48442. It is located about 58 miles northwest of Detroit.
Moelker Orchards & Farm Market - Grand Rapids, MI
A family fruit farm since 1907. U-pick patch opens October 1st. After you find your pumpkin, decorate it for $2. Experience the 30 minute Horse drawn wagon rides with scavenger hunt on Saturdays in October. Old Bell Bakery provides donuts, home-made fudge and frozen, ready to bake pies. The address is 0-9265 Kenowa Ave SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49534. The location is about 8 miles southwest of downtown Grand Rapids.
Pahl’s Pumpkin Patch - Buckley, MI
Now in the 4th year at the new location off M-37 in Buckley. No admission fee to get lost in their corn maze, let the kids enjoy the straw maze or see the farm animals. They also have the biggest goat walk in Northern Michigan. Pumpkin prices range from $.50 up to $20 for the largest pumpkins. Wagon rides, barrel train and pony rides on weekends are $3 per person. Cider, donuts, hot chocolate and other goodies available on weekends. Open daily from late September through Halloween. Located 20 miles south of Traverse City. The address is 11168 N. M37, Buckley, MI 49620.
Papa’s Pumpkin Patch - Mount Pleasant, MI
A pumpkin patch and country farm market open most days with hayrides, Pumpkin Train rides, playground center, farm parties and shopping. A number of different mazes including a 9 acre corn maze, straw maze and pumpkin maze. Also features a sandbox, pedal tractors and ball field. The toy store has a large variety of farm toys and pedal tractors. Special events: Zonta Applefest held the first Saturday in October. Haunted maze on Friday and Saturday nights in October. The address is 3909 South Summerton Road, Mount Pleasant, MI 48858. It is about 3 miles east of downtown Midland.
Paulson’s Pumpkin Patch - Belding, MI
Enjoy the pumpkin patch in October with free hayrides on Sundays. Located northeast of Grand Rapids. The address is 11164 Belding Road, Belding, MI. The location is about 26 miles northeast of Grand Rapids.
Plymouth Orchards - Plymouth, MI
Take a wagon out to their u-pick pumpkin patch. They also have a cider mill, apples, and fresh donuts. Plymouth Orchards has been welcoming visitors since 1977. Their address is 10685 Warren Road, Plymouth, MI. It is about 33 miles west of downtown Detroit. They have been making fresh apple cider and homemade donuts since 1977.Cider Mill is open daily from September to early November.Note: this is not a u-pick apple orchard but they do offer pre-picked apples for sale.They also do not press cider daily.
Porter’s Orchard Farm Market & Cider Mill - Goodrich, MI
A third generation family apple orchard. It features a pumpkin patch, hayrides, petting farm, pig races, picnic and play area. Their six acre cornfield maze opens Labor Day Weekend. Private paintball available with zombie paintball in October. Try their apple cider, hand dipped ice cream and other treats. Located southeast of Flint near Ortonville. The address is 12060 Hegel Road, Goodrich, MI 48438. It is about 17 miles southeast of downtown Flint.
Post Family Farm - Hudsonville, MI
An 80 acre farm run by the Post family since 1969. Fall farm fun days offers hayrides to the u-pick pumpkin patch, pumpkin train ride, rope maze, farm animals, kiddie corral and covered straw play area. they have a 5 acre corn maze. Admission is $4. Admission to Fall Festival days is $7. Be sure to try their homemade pumpkin donuts. Located west of Grand Rapids. The address is 5081 Bauer Road, Hudsonville, MI 49426. It is located about 14 miles west of Grand Rapids.
Schwallier’s Country Basket - Sparta, MI
A family owned business which opened in 1989. Pick your own or grab a pre-picked pumpkin from the barn. Fall also features u-pick apples, a corn maze, farm animals and play area with guided wagon rides, cow train, duck races and straw mountain. Located a short drive north of downtown Grand Rapids. The maze is open Saturday and Sunday in September and October plus some Friday afternoons in October. Their address is 1185 9 Mile N.W., Sparta, MI 49345. It is about 11 miles north of Grand Rapids.
Stony Creek Orchard & Cider Mill - Romeo, MI
A pick your own pumpkin farm and apple orchard with a cider mill and moonlight tractor pulled hayrides. They are open Thursday through Sunday in the fall. Their address is 2961 W. 32 Mile, Romeo, MI 48065. It is about 37 miles north of downtown Detroit. U-pick is $17 for a 1/2 bushel for a group of four people.They have a variety of apples available for PYO and additional pre-picked apples for purchase.They have operated a cider mill since 1978.Moonlight hayrides are offered on Saturday evenings in October, with a glass of cider and a donut awaiting you next to the bonfire at the conclusion.
The Fruitful Orchard and Cider Mill - Gladwin, MI
A good place for pumpkins this apple orchard and cider mill offers a wide variety of foods, donuts, cider, pears, brownies, hayrides, and more. They are open Monday through Saturday from late August through Thanksgiving. The address is 5740 W. M 61, Gladwin, MI 48624. It is located about 37 miles north of Mount Pleasant.
The Wild Pumpkin - Beaverton, MI
Fun includes their hay wagon ride, pumpkin picking, four mazes and fresh donuts. They have a 10 acre corn maze, hay maze in the barn loft, and kids sunflower and straw mazes. Also spend time in their petting farm and farmers market. The farm is open daily from mid-September until just before Halloween. Located between Beaverton and Clare north of Mt. Pleasant and Midland. The address is 5799 Beaverton Rd., Beaverton, MI 48612. It is located about 30 miles northwest of Midland.
Three Cedars Farm - Northville, MI
A farm with U-pick pumpkin patch, family hayrides, 7 acre corn field maze and barn yard play land. Stop at the country store or cider and donut hut as well. Their address is 7897 Six Mile Road, Northville, MI 48167. It is about 35 miles west of downtown Detroit.
Uncle John’s Cider Mill - St. Johns, MI
This family farm was started by John and Carolyn Beck, who purchased the farm from his parents in the early 1970s. It is now run by their son Michael and his family. Pick your own patch and pre-picked pumpkins available. Free tractor-drawn wagon ride around the farm. Inflatable park with jumping pillow and barnyard bounce. Also features a 5 acre corn maze which takes approximately 45 minutes to complete. Cider mill is open in September and October with homemade donuts. Under 5 spider park with strawbale maze, pedal tractors and spider rope climb. Fruit fling, gemstone mining sluice, carnival rides, games and make your own stuffed animal. There is no general admission or parking fee but some activities do have a charge. Located north of Lansing. The address is 8614 North US 127, St. Johns, Michigan. It is about 30 miles north of Lansing.
Upland Hills Farm - Oxford, MI
They run their Fall Harvest Festival on Saturdays and Sundays in October. It features pumpkin picking, hayrides, farm animals, pony ride and magic show. Also with harvest moon hayrides on Friday and Saturday evenings in October. Their address is 481 Lake George Road, Oxford, MI 48370. The location is 40 miles north of Detroit.
Westview Orchards & Adventure Farm - Washington Twp., MI
Pick your own pumpkins and apple picking on this 188 acre farm with 18 acres of farm fun in the fall. They have a 7 acre corn maze, playground and u-pick apples, peaches, cherries, and strawberries. Their fall season starts in late September and runs through October 31st. Their address is 65075 Van Dyke, Washington Twp., MI 48095. It is about 36 miles north of downtown Detroit.
Wiard’s Orchards & County Fair - Ypsilanti, MI
They have a u pick pumpkin patch and pick your own apples for guests that purchase admission to the Wiard’s Country Fair. This admission price includes their corn maze, mini golf, hayrides, petting farm, playground and other activities. It was founded by George Wiard in 1837 at its original location near Willow Run Airport. It moved to Ypsilanti Township during World War II. They also have a haunted attraction called Night Terrors. It features a haunted house, barn, paintball, and thrill park. Their address is 5565 Merritt Rd., Ypsilanti, MI 48197. It is about 38 miles west of downtown Detroit.