Welcome to Wonder and Wander’s Guide to Fall Fun in Jackson County. We’ll be highlighting some of our favorite spots throughout October and handing out some “awards” along the way – so check back often!
When we were preparing our list of fall places and events to highlight, we asked you to tell us your favorite spot, and one location kept coming up over and over again: Red Egg Farm. Since we had never visited this location before, we had to check it out to see what the buzz was about, and we were not disappointed! Featuring a hayride, corn maze, vintage barn with a few cute little shops, u-pick field, animals – I mean, we could go on and on. When we visited there were quite a few people there but it never felt too crowded or too busy. We can definitely tell why our Wonder and Wander followers adore this spot, and we are happy to award Red Egg Farm with our #youautumnknow “The Fan Favorite” award! Keep reading to get all of the details you need to plan your visit to Red Egg Farm.
Location Name: Red Egg Farm
Address: 9119 Spring Arbor Rd, Spring Arbor, MI 49283
Why we love it: Red Egg Farm offered a lot of things to do at very reasonable prices. With a lot of space and a lot of offerings, it never felt overcrowded!
Features: U-pick field, corn maze, unique pumpkins, photo booths, rustic barn with a few different shops, hayride, gem mining, bakery with cider slushies, animal feeding area, and more!
“Big’s Review”: Red Egg Farm is fun. You can do a tractor ride, you can do gem mining, and you can make candles. The donut was delicious, and there were a lot of pumpkins to choose from. And don’t forget the corn maze!
Elizabeth’s Suggestion: Try the candle dipping – this was an activity that Big really enjoyed!
Toddler Approved? Yes
Stroller friendly? Most areas are stroller-friendly.
Big Kid Approved? Yes
Full Sun or Shade? Full Sun
Restroom? Portable restroom available
Cost? Prices vary – candle dipping was $6, the hayride was $1/person – visit the farm for more pricing information!
Parking? Ample parking in the adjacent field
Hours: Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Closing Review: Red Egg Farm has everything you could want for the spooky season, and does so with an efficient set-up on a gorgeous piece of land. We really enjoyed the wooden hayride wagon (hey, who likes picking straw off of their pants all day?), and the donuts and cider were delicious. You should definitely add Red Egg Farm to your must-visit list!