What do lavender, goats, and blueberries have in common? Well, probably not too much other than you can find all three (and so much more) at farms in the Greater Cadillac Area! We have compiled a list of 13 area family-friendly agri-tourism destinations to visit.
Please note that due to the seasonal nature of these destinations, we suggest you “like” their Facebook page (linked in their name) or give them a call to ensure they are open prior to visiting. If we missed any other agri-tourism destinations within 20 miles of Cadillac, please let us know so we can update this list.
Double L Farms offers fresh, local blueberries on a MAEAP-certified farm.
The Hudson Farm features seasonal events and gift shop called Ewe-niquely U, selling goat milk soap and lotion. Alpacas, llamas, sheep and angora goats provide yarn, socks and other wooly gifts.
Maple Leaf Farm is all about goats, milk, cheese, soaps and life on the farm.
Blueberry Hill Harrietta is a U-Pick blueberry farm featuring approximately 12 varieties located 20 miles west of Cadillac.
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3rd Day Farm’s mission includes these essential ingredients: to LEARN, to LOVE, to GIVE–REAL FOOD! Visit with the alpacas, baby doll sheep, Lim-flex cattle, chickens, and pigs, tour the greenhouses, or request a fresh salad blend be cut for your dinner.
Brinks Family Creamery is a 4th generation family dairy farm creating premium milk and cheese products directly from the Grade A milk of top quality, registered Holsteins.
Dick Family Farm has been raising pumpkins for over 25 years. In 2018 they decided to offer donuts, cider, and a petting zoo, and expanded in 2019 with their first corn maze.
In-Law Farms features locally grown strawberries for sale or U-Pick.
Northern Lavender is a family lavender farm offering a wide range of all natural lavender products including lotions, soaps, and oils, along with alpaca to feed.
Poplar Pines Farm has fresh produce and eggs, hayrides, duck races, a petting farm, jumbo slingshot, pumpkin bowling, and more!