With Falling starting what is on your bucket list to do?

I have always wanted to wander through a corn maze or what was once known as a maize maze. According to Wikipedia...

 Corn mazes appear in many different designs. Some mazes are even created to tell stories or to portray a particular theme. Most have a path which goes all around the whole pattern, either to end in the middle or to come back out again, with various false trails diverging from the main path.

Some corn mazes are scary, some are done in the dark. As I first timer, I think daylight with friends would be the funnest option to start. Here are a few local places that you can set out on a corn maze adventure at.

Harvest Moon Acres

Gobles, MI
(269) 628-5401
Ben Erickson reported on Goggle his experience at Harvest Moon Acres - Great place to take the family! A fun all in one adult and kid corn mazes, petting zoo, hayride, and activities all for one price. They also have pumpkins and cider and doughnuts reasonably priced as well.

Gull Meadow Farms

Richland, MI
(269) 629-4214

Tai P voiced her opinions about Gull Meadow Farms on Yelp Most of the activities are aimed toward children, understandable. Which is why we were delightfully surprised that there were activities for all ages. From apple picking to shooting apples out of a cannon. We had a day full of laughs and giggles. Especially when we all went through the corn maze. I definitely recommend Gull Meadow Farms for groups, as I feel like you'd get the most out of it with company.

Spragues Pumpkin Patch

Dowagiac, MI
(269) 930-4566
Michael K - commented on Yelp but did not mention the corn maze - Very family friendly, especially for young children. The hay ride was fun and informative. There was a nice play area for young children. The produce and fruit was great and reasonably priced.