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4 Reasons To Plan A Family Trip To Blake Farms This Fall

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With fall right around the corner there’s no better time to start planning your family trip to Blake Farms. The autumn oasis offers all your Michigan favorites in one place – u-pick apples, cider and donuts, petting farm, children activities and late night bonfires. 

 

Funland Adventures

There’s SO much to do at Funland and with a Blake’s Season Pass you’ll have unlimited access from fall to February (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! Day passes to Funland are $10.95 per person.


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U-Pick

Apple picking is a Michigan must and with over 20 varieties to chose from you can’t find a better place to find apples (or pumpkins) thank Blake Farms and Orchard.

 

Blake’s Backyard

Blake’s Backyard is a NEW taproom that makes garden planning a lot more fun! Pick out flowers, greens and trees for your garden, enjoy a family meal and stock up on cider and donuts for the drive home.

 

Evening Campfires

Layer up, call some friends and gather round the nighttime campfires 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.

 

Hold on to summer and check out the Sunflower Festival on September 4th – 6th. Take a train ride to the field for a maze and endless photo opportunities. Afterwards shop over 100 local artisans at the market, listen to live music and more!

 

 

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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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