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Cox Farms is open late Spring, Summer, Fall and through Christmas Eve. It is always a delightful place to visit any of these times for bedding plants, pre-planted hanging baskets of flowers, local honey, homemade jams and salad dressings, I especially like their cucumber-dill salad...More
It has actually been a couple years since I was last there - my daughter has outgrown it. But it is by far the best place for your typical autumn day outdoors. They have a wonderful set up to engage young children in activities that...More
Cox Farms offers a wonderful Fall Festival that will please every member of the family -- regardless of age. The down-home attractions are too numerous to list but there is no better autumn or Halloween outing in the Northern Virginia area. It is not too...More
Cox Farms is where you want to go if you want to do all the "fall" festival sorts of things. They have huge slides, pumpkin drops, haunted hay rides, apple cider, bonfires, a haunted corn maze, farm animals, and so much more. here is plenty...More
Cox Farm is a great place for family's that have the children. The rides they have are very fun for the kids and teenagers such as hay ride and fields of fear. They also have the hot popped kennel corn fresh from the cooker. Most...More
Cox Farms is the fall destination if you have kids or are a kid at heart.They have a great food stand serving meat from their farm.
They stay up to date and change their attractions to keep each visit exciting. There are so many things...More
Worth a visit for the entire family in October during the annual Fall/Halloween/Pumpkin festival which is usually on weekends only. Be aware though, it's best to come early in the day as the crowds get large and the queues long as the day wears on....More