Michigan Local Flavor – Growers, Producers, and Makers of AWESOME Local Products!

With 10 million acres of farmland, and over 51,000 local farms, Michigan is the second most agriculturally diverse state in our nation!

With 130 wineries, 200 microbreweries, and the greatest number of Farmers’ Markets, Michigan is definitely a “local” destination!

Michigan is a leading grower of cranberry beans, blueberries, cherries, cucumbers, several kinds of flowers, dairy products, and of course, it is one of the top producers in the nation for maple syrup!

Below, we will add local products we think you will love!

Read and learn, plan a visit, or order online to get a taste of Michigan today!

What are your favorite local Michigan products, flavors, or companies?

Be sure to add your recommendations in the comments below!


Highland Hills Maple Syrup – Marion, Michigan


How to Use These Charts:

COMPANY NAME – The Company’s website (Always explore the company’s website directly before planning any visits.)

CITY – A SPGFAN List of Attractions, Shopping, Dining, and Lodging in that city. (All links might not be active yet.)

SHOP – Online Product Shopping Links for that company, if and when available.

VISIT – Information to visit the company, if and when available. Many businesses are seasonal. Verify all seasonality, operating hours, stock availability, and other pertinent information before traveling.

EXPLORE – Ride with us! If we have visited this location, or tried these products, click on the EXPLORE link to see our photos and experiences!

As a side note, many of these products are also available locally or regionally at Farmers Markets, Special Events, Grocery Stores, Gift Shops, and more. Make sure you take advantage of all the fun options to support local businesses, artists, growers, and producers!


Michigan Maple Syrup

As a leading producer of maple syrup, Maple Season is a fun time in the state of Michigan!

From late winter, into early spring, sap flows from tapped trees, and the Sugar Houses are cooking!

Many Sugar Houses are open to the public during this time.

Many products can be purchased online, or found at local shops and markets throughout the year. If you see something you like, definitely reach out to the company to explore all your options for making a purchase!

Be sure to visit Michigan during Maple Week if you can!

Each region offers special events on the weekends, including guided tours, tastings, free samples, and more fun and educational activities!

Bookmark the Michigan Maple Weekend page and schedule your family field trip accordingly!

COMPANYCITYSHOPVISITEXPLORE
Postma Brothers Maple Syrup Rudyard, MISHOPVISIT
Bonz Beach FarmsOnaway, MISHOPVISIT
4D Acre FarmHawks, MISHOPVISIT
Owl Ridge Maple Sugar FarmFrankfort, MIVISIT
Maple Dale Farm Atlanta, MISHOP VISIT
Alpine Maple FarmsGaylord, MISHOPVISITEXPLORE
Sweet Success Sugar BushMio, MIVISITEXPLORE
Ron’s Pure Maple Syrup | Reetz Family Sugar BushWest Branch, MISHOPVISITEXPLORE
Highland Hills Maple SyrupMarion, MISHOPVISITEXPLORE
MapleWorxzCaro, MISHOPVISIT
H & H SugarbushChelsea, MISHOPVISIT
Mike’s Maple Syrup (Mike Fleisher Farm)Fenwick, MISHOPVISIT
Ty-Kat Sugar Shack (FB)Galien, MISHOPVISIT

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