Visitor’s Guide, image gallery, and info for Flushing Farms. Admission info, hours and activities. Corn Mazes, bouncers, petting farm.
Last week my family and I attended Flushing Farms, free of charge in order to facilitate this article. All opinions are my own. Your experience may differ.
Flushing Farms Activities
Three Corn Maze
Flushing Farms in Flushing offers many fun things to do. Guests can enjoy one of three corn mazes. The mazes vary in difficulty, from very easy to expert. You can expect to spend between 30 minutes on the easy maze to up to a couple of hours on the expert maze. We loved that you can get a detailed map to help you find your way. The map also includes a scavenger hunt to add to the fun!
Bounce House Fun at Flushing Farms
In addition to the corn mazes, the farm hosts several bounce houses and obstacle courses. Our children spent most of their time jumping, bouncing, and running around this section. Adults are allowed to use the obstacle courses, however, only children are allowed on the bounce houses. Guests must wear socks and masks to use the inflatables.
There is also a small straw mound for the kids to climb nearby. Another play element included a pile of sawdust, that was meant to mimic a sand box.
The farm is home to a small petting farm too. There were several animals including sheep, goats, calves and chickens. You can also purchase grain to feed the animals. The dispensers take quarters.
Barrel of Fun
Finally, Flushing Farms admission includes unlimited rides on their barrel train and hay wagon. The hay wagon is a slower-paced ride around the mega monster corn maze. Conversely, the barrel train ride is a fast ride around a short dirt course. If the ground is wet, then you can expect to get dirty during this ride. However, it is a ton of fun. The barrel train ride alone is worth the price of admission.
Cider and Donuts
In addition to all the fun activities, your admission includes a glass of cider and donuts. Additional cider and donuts are available for purchase as well as pumpkins by the pound and a wide variety of other produce items.
Flushing Farms Location, Admission, and Hours
Flushing Farms is located at 7096 Gillette Road in Flushing, Michigan. The farm is just a few miles east of the intersection of I-75 and I-495.
Farm admission is currently $12 per person (ages 13 years and older). Children aged 3 to 12 are $8, while children under age 3 are free.
The farm is open seven days a week through November 1st, 2020. The hours of operation are 11 am until 9 pm Sunday through Thursday. Friday from 11 am to 10 pm. Saturday from 10 am to 10 pm.
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Bernadette Manaay is a proud mom of two wonderful kids, Ianna and Bernard. She has been married to her husband, Ian, for almost 11 years. Bernadette is a Physical Therapist by profession in Metro Detroit. Her family loves to travel and go camping every summer and early fall. Her desire and passion to document her family’s everyday life lead her to become a self-taught photographer. It is very fulfilling to a mom to capture and freeze as many moments as we can because time just flies so fast. See the special memories of her family on her Instagram account: @adetteskyph.