The perfect "Fall Bucket List" includes the following; apple orchards, hayride, pumpkin patches, leaf peeping, and corn mazes. The simple pleasures of fall are what it's all about, especially here in Michigan and we're pretty proud of the selection of fun we have to offer.

Recently Country Living Magazine compiled a list of the "33 Best Corn Mazes in the Country" to visit this fall. Before you go thinking that corn mazes are just for kids, think again. Over the past years, the corn mazes have become a serious fall happening. Almost an art form of sorts, creativity, and design has reached a whole other level for farms across the country.

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With countless corn mazes spread out across the U.S., it's pretty impressive to see not one, but two, mazes from right here in Michigan make the list. One, just a short 1-hour drive from Flint, even found itself in the Top 10.

DeBuck’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch in Belleville, Michigan is no stranger to Michiganders. The popular family destination ranked 6th on the list of the country's best. The gang at DeBuck's has been serving up fall fun since 2009 with 15 acres of corn maze, 20 acres of pumpkins, slides, food,  and more. They also have one of the most stunning Sunflower farms during the summer months.

Also representing the Great Lakes State was the New Salem Corn Maze in Dorr, Michigan not far from Grand Rapids. Landing at number 27 on the list, New Salem offers up a Haunted Corn Maze, Witches Wood adventure, and a  Zombie Attack wagon ride. For those younger guests, they also have an adorable kid-friendly Daytime Corn Maze as well for some fun without the fright.

You can view the complete list of the "33 Best Corn Mazes" around the country here. 

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