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4 Reasons To Plan A Family Trip To Blake Farm This Summer

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When you visit Blake Farms, you want want to wait to go back. It makes everyone’s favorite destination list and if you haven’t been, here are the reasons to check it out this summer.


Funland Adventures

There’s SO much to do at Funland and with a Blake’s Season Pass you’ll have unlimited access from June 5th to February 27th (yes, that includes the ice rink!) for only $44.95 per person. With two locations (Blake’s Big Apple or Blake’s Cider Mill) the kids will have a blast with the wagon rides, animal petting farm, John Deere speedway, Barnyard 500 tricycle track, Play structures, straw mountain, corn maze, sports zone, and more!



Beginning with strawberry picking in June, there’s nothing better than taking the kids out on the ‘train’ to fill baskets full of fresh produce. Not only is it great fun, it also helps kids learn where their food comes from and what it looks like before it arrives in the grocery store.


Blake’s Backyard

Blake’s Backyard is a newly renovated greenhouse with outdoor dining. Pick out flowers, greens and trees for your garden, enjoy a family meal and stock up on cider and donuts for the drive home.


Summer Campfires

It’s been a year and if you need to get out the house and reconnect with friends, plan a summer evening campfire at Blake’s. Reserve a private campfire area, enjoy cider, donuts and s’mores as you spend time catching up with grownups and let the kids run around Barnyard Funland before bedtime.


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About Carrie Budzinski

Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..

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