Maybury Farm Information - Hours and Directions
Northville Township, MI 48167
Enter at the RED Maybury Farm sign entrance off 8 Mile,
1 ¾ miles west of Beck Road. Do not enter the state park but continue ½ mile west on 8 Mile to the Maybury Farm entrance.
Always weather permitting
Maybury Farm currently closed until Santa's visit .
December 7 & 8, December 14 & 15 Noon - 3pm
Groups of 15 or more may schedule the Corn Maze throughout the week by calling (248) 374-0200.
Make your child's special by holding their party at the
farm. Our animals are always ready to please our guests so
come and treat your
child to a memorable birthday
Tours for Schools, Day Cares, Summer Camps, Scout Troops, Company outings and more.
Hayrides: Enjoy a tour of the farm acreage on a tractor driven hay wagon.
We've Added a 2nd Day!
When the little hand is on the 11 and the big hand on the 12, little ones at Maybury Farm know that stories are going to be read to them. The little ones are so attentive while our friends from PNC Bank read stories to them that we have decided to add a second day. Now Mom & Tot days will be on both Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout the summer at 11a.m. each day.
Moms tell us how nice it is to have a story read about animals and then be able to see the ‘live’ animals right there on the farm. After story time the little ones make it right to the playground for even more fun and games.
Animal Babies on the Farm
Our little guests are really enjoying all of the new babies at Maybury Farm. We now have 20 chicks, Petey, our black Pigmy Goat, and Cinnamon, our newest llama. Also just arriving are Patty and Penny, two Pigmy goats to play with Petey.
Join us at Maybury Farm daily from 10a.m. until 4p.m. (Closed on Mondays and July 4).
Visitors of all ages enjoy getting up close and personal with the animals
Guests were treated to a variety of ducks this year. Our chickens did much better and received many comments on the beautiful feathers. We added several new varieties and all were a hit! p>The addition of peacocks on the farm were a special surprise especially when they fanned their beautiful feathers. We thank all of our volunteers who helped build and secure the peacock cages.Guests liked and used the expanded picnic area and the addition of six more picnic tables. We now have 12 picnic tables. Many thanks to our Eagle Scouts.
Operated by the Northville Community Foundation