Maybury Farm Information - Hours and Directions
Maybury Farm is located at 50165 Eight Mile
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
Maybury Farm opens in April from 10am to 2pm
General admission is $2.50 per person, children 2 and under are free. Corn Maze admission is $7.00 per person and includes a wagon ride to and from the Maze. Visa and Mastercard are accepted with a $10 minimum purchase.
Parking in the Maybury Farm lot is complimentary during farm
Groups of 15 or more may schedule educational tours at Maybury Farm. Birthday party packages are also available. Please call (248)374-0200 for more information or to schedule your tour/party.
When the little hand is on the 11 and the big hand is on the 12, little ones at Maybury Farm know that stories are going to be read to them. This interactive story time
is read by our friends at PNC Ban!
Story time is on Wednesday's and Thursday's at 11am and begins June 6. Story time runs each week throughout the summer and even into the first part of fall.
Always weather permitting
Please check our
FACEBOOK for updates
Moms, dads, and grandparents 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.
STUDENTS WEAR GREEN FOR FARM ANIMALS!Maybury Farm receives no state funding and is run entirely on
donations. We greatly appreciate the students and staff from Meads
Mill Middle School thinking of us each year!
Students at Meads Mill Middle School raise $450 for Maybury Farm!
Students and staff from Meads Mill Middle School wore green on March
15th for Maybury Farm. The "Wearing of the Green" fundraiser was
organized for their annual community outreach project. The week of
St. Patrick's Day posters were put up to promote the fundraiser and
students looked forward to the event the entire week. The day of the
fundraiser students wore green and purchased shamrock beads for
$1.00 to wear for St. Patrick's Day. This year 300 beads were sold
and many students were very generous and donated more than $1.00 for
Meads Mill students and teachers presented Maybury Farm with a
check for $450.00! This money will be used to purchase a baby Pygmy
Goat for the Farm. The baby goat is black with a white heart on his
forehead. He will be introduced to the Farm the beginning of May.
Meet our Farm Animals!
Visitors of all ages enjoy getting up close and personal with the animals
Maybury Farm is operated by the Northville Community Foundation and is funded ENTIRELY on donations. No tax dollars are, or have ever been, received by the Farm