Life sized corn mazes are fun for everyone, young and old alike. Experience our world class computer designed 10 acre corn maze creation, unlike any other in Northern Michigan!
This fall at Jacob’s Corn Maze, we’re celebrating the state that we call home with this year’s Pure Michigan theme. Join us at our 10-acre corn maze as we pay tribute to the Great Lakes State. Now that’s Pure Michigan.
Everyday | 10:00am to 6:00pm
Beginning Sept 14
Sunday – Thursday | 10:00am to 6:00pm
Friday & Saturday | 10:00am to 9:00pm
Children ages 5-11
Groups of 20 or more
$9.00 per person
Click links at the bottom of this page under “Currently Available at Jacob’s Farm” for information on fruit that is now ripe for picking!
Northern Den Realty Neighborhood Watch – Video 23: Jacob’s Corn Maze: For the last 10 years, Jacob’s Corn Maze has been a Traverse City staple during the Fall season! An excellent place for your family to explore all that this delightful business has to offer from the u-pick fruit, horse drawn carriage rides, corn maze, and much more! Owner Mike Witkop talks with us about the history of the farm and what you can expect when stopping by Jacob’s Farm for the first time! Please LIKE & SHARE this video for a chance to win 4 tickets to Jacob’s Corn Maze! Drawing will happen this Friday on the 19th of October at 4:00PM! #cornmaze #puremichigan #shoplocal ... See MoreSee Less
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Includes signature wine glass, a complimentary red wine pour at each winery and a $5 donation to the American Red Cross. Great wine for a great cause— It doesn’t get better than that!
Leelanau Peninsula has become well-known for its Riesling and other cool-climate white varietals and blends. What is often overlooked, however, are the high-quality red wines being grown in the region.
To help get beneath the surface, the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail hosts a fun event to explore and discover great red wines of Leelanau Peninsula. The Hunt for the Reds of October takes place weekdays (Monday through Friday) during the month of October.
For the entire month of October, your ticket gets you a complimentary pour at each of more than 20 participating wineries offering diverse red wines: big and bold Cabernet Francs and Merlots, aromatic and spicy Pinot Noirs and many more.
Hello Lindsey Simpson Jessica-Nick Barclay Linda Jendrowski Katie Jendrowski!!
Definitely deserves top 3! I did the M22 road trip recently, and it was amazing...Leland Harbor is awesome! 💕 I did the Old Mission Peninsula wine tour in '14 @ Cherry Festival and that was just as great, more site seeing and hiking around Leelanau though. Great area, my favorite! 👌🍷
Shannon Schneider Pisarcik Kelly Kozel Schneider Breena Schneider😍😍😍
Darn USA Today, sharing all the good places all the time.
45 North is one of my favorites
You are #1 in my book! Congratulations!
That’s awesome! We are excited to be heading that way next week! 🍇🍁🍷 #WineDestinations
They're #1 in our book! Nothing better than Michigan wines!
Boulos Paul Shunnarah you ready?!?!
Nothing better than touring the Leelanau peninsula the wineries are amazing and run by such nice people. After you are done touring staying at A Breath of Heaven B&B that is right there and close to Traverse City is a great way to end your day ! Scott Vaughn is an awesome host! This is well deserved recognition!!
See Meda and Theresa. Michigan knows it's wine. I see a wine tour in your future.
There is lots to ❤️ out in the Leelanau Peninsula!
French Valley Vineyard is being featured this morning on The Morning Scramble with Lorri & Mike on the New 101.9 WLDR. Tune in to learn about their awesome tasting room on the bay and fun stuff games planned for The Hunt for the Reds of October! ... See MoreSee Less
Petoskey Restaurant Week is coming soon! Friday, October 19 - Friday, October 26 participating restaurants will be featuring 3-course lunches for $15 and/or 3-course dinners for $25, with some establishments offering 2 for 1 options! Check out all the menus at www.petoskeyrestaurantweek.com... See MoreSee Less
Here’s how it works: Three course menus for $25 for dinner and $15 for lunch with some establishments offering two for one pricing. Restaurant Week happens twice a year! May 18-25, 2018 October 19-26, 2018
Last Day Alert! Petoskey Restaurant Week ends today - Friday, May 25! Double down with lunch and dinner 😉 Choose from 12 amazing Restaurants featuring 3-course lunches for $15 and/or 3-course dinners for $25. Some establishments are offering 2 for 1 pricing! Check out all the menus at www.petoskeyrestaurantweek.com! ... See MoreSee Less
Don't miss out! Petoskey Restaurant Week ends Friday, May 25! Choose from 12 amazing Restaurants featuring 3-course lunches for $15 and/or 3-course dinners for $25. Some establishments are offering 2 for 1 pricing! Check out all the menus at www.petoskeyrestaurantweek.com! ... See MoreSee Less
Come hungry! Petoskey Restaurant Week is going on now until Friday, May 25! Choose from 12 amazing Restaurants featuring 3-course lunches for $15 and/or 3-course dinners for $25. Check out all the menus at www.petoskeyrestaurantweek.com! ... See MoreSee Less
Consider yourself warned – not everything is how it seems at Grand Hotel during Murder Mystery Weekend. Join us in October for an interactive Murder Mystery Weekend with The Murder Mystery Company – founded in Michigan. The 2018 plot will be Midnight at the Masquerade!
We invite you to dress the part – pack your most glamourous, over-the-top, elegant attire for this modern-day Billionaire’s Ball. Click here for more information on how to dress for Midnight at the Masquerade.
The intrigue begins Friday night and the crime is solved Sunday morning.
Upon check-in you will receive your first packet of information and clues. Friday will be the kick-off performance which will set the tone of events and when the first murder takes place.
On Saturday there will be a brief gathering with the Detective who will explain the clue hunt that involves finding some of the suspects in different locations throughout the hotel. This will also allow guests some time on their own to enjoy the beauty of Mackinac Island and Grand Hotel.
Come back on Saturday afternoon where Act II will be performed and another murder will take place. The evening will conclude with three interactive mystery experiences and guests in different groups will be rotated into the mystery experiences. These will include: investigating a crime scene, suspect interrogation, and training with the Detective on how to catch somebody in a lie.
Sunday morning the murderer will be caught and the mystery will be solved!
Come join the intrigue and help solve the year’s mystery with entertainment all weekend, a full breakfast and dinner daily, Saturday Grand Luncheon Buffet, evening receptions, and free golf green fees on The Jewel (cart fee required).
Stay an additional night Sunday, October 21 for $239 per room. (additional rates apply)
Peaktoberfest, happening October 19-21, 2018, includes first-class mountain bike racing, live music, family fun, great German food and award-winning brews surrounded by the autumn colors of northern Michigan.
Friday, October 19
4-6pm: Enjoy chairlift rides to the top of the mountain. Soak in the panoramic views of three counties while you view the fall colors. Live music featuring John Pomeroy will be provided at the base of the Crystal Clipper chairlift.
Saturday, October 20
13th Annual Founders Peak2Peak Mountain Bike Classic
9:30am-12:30pm, base of Crystal Clipper chairlift
The 13th Annual Founders Peak2Peak Mountain Bike Classic is held in and around the beautiful, gently rolling terrain surrounding Crystal Mountain. The race starts and finishes near the base of the front-side slopes. Riders journey through hardwood and pine forests along rambling two-tracks and flowing single-track on a course that is fast and challenging, but not so difficult that racers new to the sport won’t have a great time.
10am-3pm: Enjoy chairlift rides to the top of the mountain. Soak in the panoramic views of three counties while you view the fall colors.
Tour de Tykes (ages 7-12 or 6 and under)
1pm: Register your kids for the Tour De Tykes Races at the Mountain Adventure Zone! Future Peak2Peak Mountain Bike racers are invited to participate in the annual Tour de Tykes or our newly added Tour de Traxs.
2pm: Younger racers (ages 6 and under) can take part in the Tour de Tiny Tykes. Be sure to pre-register at the Mountain Adventure Zone. 2:30pm: The Tour de Tykes race is for racers aged 7-12 years old. Be sure to pre-register at the Mountain Adventure Zone.
All participants receive medals and are sure to have a great time!
Tour de Traxs (ages 8+)
3:30pm: This race is for young, enthusiastic riders ready for a challenge! Racers ages 8 + will start and finish at the Peak2Peak gate. This single lap, 5-mile course will challenge young Mountain Bikers to push their limits. Finisher medals for all racers and place medals to the top three overall. Just $20 per racer!
For more information, please call the Mountain Adventure Zone at 888-968-7686 ext. 7500.
7:30 – 9:30pm: Choose between the family friendly Spooky Walk or terrifying Haunted Trail. Ride the Loki lift & follow the lanterns down your chosen trail. $7 per person, 6 & under free with paying adult.