Agritourism is a big part of the summer and fall seasons here in Northern Michigan and the greater Cadillac area is no exception! Here is a list of 9 places you can go explore with your family and friends before the snow flies.
If you’re looking for an indoor stop on a rainy day, The Sweet Shop offers a wide variety of locally sourced apples, dipped in caramel and decorated just in time for Halloween. With hundreds of handmade candies, chocolates and fudge, it is hard to leave without something in hand!
Dick’s is famous for 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. This is a great spot to bring the family for a fall adventure.
A 4th generation family dairy farm creating premium milk and cheese products directly from the Grade A milk of top quality, registered Holsteins.
Maple Leaf Farm is all about goats, milk, cheese, soaps and life on the farm. Join them on the farm for classes and recipes and fun times. You can also visit them online or their Facebook page for the latest events, classes, and products they are currently offering.
Featuring seasonal events and a great 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.
Home of Goats & Gifts, check out their extensive line of all natural products such as shea butter, coconut oil, sunflower kernel oil, goats milk, etc… plus essential oils.
A great fall stop featuring fresh produce and eggs, hayrides, duck races, a petting farm, jumbo slingshot, pumpkin bowling, and more!
Pahl’s has seasonal fun for the entire family. Wagon rides, barrel train rides, and concessions on the weekends. They are also famous for its all-natural meat from their Buckley farm to your table.
Every Saturday in October you can celebrate the season with pumpkin paintings, fresh cider, donuts, farm animals to pet and finding the perfect pumpkin to carve!