Top 15 Michigan Hayrides and Wagon Rides
Michigan hayrides and wagon rides go together with fall like cider mills and pumpkin farms.
What’s not to love about ending a perfect fall day snuggled under a warm blanket on a hay wagon? You can try it in the daytime, too: the delightful experience of seeing the beautiful colors of autumn from a countryside wagon is a perfect way to immerse yourself in the fall season.
We’ve rounded up some of the best hayrides in Michigan, a great way to celebrate the autumn season with family and friends. Read on for 15 top Michigan hayrides and wagons rides, too.
Hayrides and Wagon Rides in Northern Michigan
4264 Martindale Road, Gaylord, MI 49735
Perfect for finding the best pumpkin possible, Fleming Farms offers a hayride to their
This fall farm is run completely by family members who are happy to
work together in fulfilling your fall experience. Included in the price of the hayride is a
pumpkin from the patch, a small snack, and the chance to feed some farm animals!
Cost: $8 per person (infants under 1 year old are free)
Uncle Franks Apple Town
4391 US-31, Brutus, MI 49716
Spend a weekend afternoon enjoying the vibrant fall colors as you ride through Uncle
Franks Apple Town.
Complete your day with a try at the corn maze or watch yummy donuts be made. Kids will love this hayride experience and the family fun that completes the day.
Cost: $5 per person
11221 Munro Road, Williamsburg, MI 49690
Take a ride through the abundant orchards of Grand Traverse County with Rennie
Orchards. With a full range of apples to pick from, stop now and again to collect a small
bushel for the whole family.
Hayrides are offered on weekends or through private group
Knaebe’s Mmmunchy Krunchy Apple Farm
2621 S Karsten Road, Rodgers City, MI 49779
Trail through a charming fall forest and abundant apple orchards at this family fun farm just north of Alpena near Lake Huron.
Enjoy the view of a beautiful sunflower field and pumpkin patch after enjoying a wood fired
pizza and cider donuts. A classic 1947 Farmall H tractor guides guests on this autumn
Hayrides and Wagon Rides in Michigan: West Michigan
Fruit Ridge Hayrides
11966 Fruit Ridge NW, Kent City, MI 49330
Belgian draft horses Zeke and Zoey team up to give your loved ones a fun-filled wagon
ride through the beautiful trails of West Michigan.
Reserve a ride for your next event or hop on the wagon while enjoying an exciting day at Fruit Ridge near Grand Rapids. With hayrides leaving every 15-20 minutes, there’s always a chance to catch a ride with these wonderful
Cost: 10.00 per person
Abandoned Acres Farm
7737 Fruit Ridge Ave NW, Sparta MI 49345
Another scary take on fall, Abandoned Acres offers a Haunted Hayride on this 100-year-old farm that takes you through 40 acres of woods, creeks, and orchards.
This immersive experience adds a high level of thrill to your fall evening.
Want MORE Haunted Thrills? Check out our Guide to the Most Haunted Places in Michigan!
18430 US-12, Edwardsburg, MI 49112
Pile on to enjoy a gorgeous hayride through over 90 acres of southern Michigan. Corn fields, wooded trails, and more are explored at A-mazing Acres, along with their other 100 attractions for even more family fun.
Cost: Farm Admission – $15, Combo Admission – $20; extra cost for hayride not
New Salem Corn Maze
4516 24 th Street, Dorr, MI 49323
Enjoy a ride through a trail of lights that display a show to popular Halloween songs. A unique experience, but not a scary one, Halloween Light Spooktacular offers an alternative to New Salem’s many spooky attractions. Intended for all ages and lasting approximately 20 minutes, this ride is one you don’t want to miss.
Cost: $10 per person; under 3 years old – free
Southeast Michigan Hayrides and Wagon Rides
6421 North Stony Creek Road, Monroe, MI 48162
New to Kackleberry Farm, enjoy a hayride through the countryside to experience Monroe’s fall colors. Look for the fun farm animals or people jumping on the giant Jumping Pillows. Complete your ride with hot cocoa and s’mores at the evening bonfire.
Cost: prices change depending on day; purchase available online or at the gate
Wiard’s Night Terrors: Haunted Theme Park
5565 Merritt Road, Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Looking for a little spooky season scare? Wiard’s is the place for you, and it’s located just south of Ann Arbor! Hayride of the Lost is a featured attraction at this haunted theme park, exploring the mystery of the vanishing groundskeeper, and ending with fear calming bonfire, complete with cider and donuts.
Tickets available online
Mid Michigan Hayrides and Wagon Rides
The Howling Pumpkin
7201 E West Branch Road, St. Helen, MI 48656
With a beautiful sunflower field, this hayride is not one to be missed. Head out to St. Helen on a crisp fall day to experience the natural beautiful of autumn in Michigan.
With hay bale climbs and bounce houses, there’s sure to be adventure surrounding your relaxing hayride at The Howling Pumpkin.
1826 Rolfe Road, Mason, MI 48854
Take a tactor-drawn wagon ride past corn mazes, farm animals, a hill slide, and more.
Whether you’re there for a school tour or a day of fun with friends, this family owned and operated farm has been around since 1947 to help you experience the joy of fall.
Uncle John’s Cider Mill
8614 US-127, St. Johns, MI 48879
This beloved farm in central Michigan offers a wagon ride through orchards, corn fields,
and pumpkin patches. For around 40 years, this family-owned farm has been growing to
help visitors fill their fall days with fun.
Enjoy the relaxing ride through mid-Michigan as you watch the leaves change color.
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Peacock Road Family Farm
11854 Peacock Road, Laingsburg, MI 48848
Starting out as a private farm, this small-town treasure offers wagon rides to go find the
best pumpkin to carve a funny face.
Embrace your inner child by racing to find the perfect pumpkin before the wagon returns to deliver you back to the farm and its various fall attractions.
Four Green Fields Farm
15693 Wilson Road, Rodney, MI 49342
Enjoy a wagon ride through the diverse natural area of Four Green Fields Farm, including fields, woods, and wetlands. Book a group ride today for you 12 closest friends and family.
The usual team of horses, Rocky and Charlie, would love to have you join them on their trot around the farm.
Cost: $80 per 12 person group; for larger groups contact Four Green Fields Farm for
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