Custom Tours

Michigan Agritours is happy to work with you to organize group tours. These tours can be arranged for any number of people and for a variety of ages and interests. Our suggested, specialized tours are listed below, and we will work with you to create a trip your group will never forget!

Bike and Beer Tour

What better way to finish a long bike ride than with a cold, refreshing craft-brewed beer from one of Michigan’s many small breweries? You’ll meet brewers, taste barley, and see how your beer came to be. Whether you’ve never been on a bike tour before or you’re an experienced roadie, it’s guaranteed to be fun […]

Hoops! Four Season Farming

HOOP! There it is. Hoop houses, or “high tunnels” as the technical folk say, are revolutionizing the world of cold-climate farming. Made of translucent plastic on a steel frame, hoop houses don’t need any extra energy. They use the light of the sun and the warmth of the ground to stay warm – over 50F […]

Amish “ag”Retreat

This is a unique half-day, all day or overnight trip depending on your schedule.  This tour includes a visit to a traditional Amish Farm where you chat with the family and see their homestead.  And, it is complemented by a tour to a “transitional farm”  that was once Amish and is now in the process […]

Wine: Grape to Glass

On this agritour, you learn not only about wine and how it’s made but about the grapes and how they are grown.  We’ll take you to both local wineries and local vineyards, yes, in Michigan! where you can sample the grapes and learn what goes into making the wines that you enjoy.  This trip can […]

Chocolate: Bean to Bar

For those who love chocolate, this is not to be missed!  We can take you to the only true chocolate maker in Michigan who works directly with a plantation in Ecuador.  You’ll learn and taste each step of the process that transforms cocoa beans into chocolate bars. And you’ll take home a sample too!  (Tours […]


This isn’t your instant coffee or overbrewed blend.  You’ll learn all about coffee from selection and  harvesting to roasting, storing, aging –did you even know that it’s aged?, brewing, and drinking and taste samples along the way.  Hear from expert roasters and baristas about their favorite sips, and combine it with a bike ride if you […]