Cox Farms Fall Festival

★★★★☆
Hours vary by season. Please visit coxfarms.com for current information.
  • 15621 Braddock Rd

    Centreville, VA 20120

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  • 703-830-4121

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I love this place! Weekdays with my grandchildren are the best-lots of room for them to run and short lines everywhere. A great value-we stay for the whole day, and the lunch is just right.

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I love this place! Weekdays with my grandchildren are the best-lots of room for them to run and short lines everywhere. A great value-we stay for the whole day, and the lunch is just right.

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The way to get into the "farm" is difficult b/c it is a narrow road with only a stop sign to direct a ton of traffic. Parking was free so nice but ticket prices were crazy! I figured for that price things inside would great but boy were we wrong! The corn maze isn't actually a maze but a fenced in path through dead corn. You go into a couple of things that would only be interesting at night (but that's a different ticket). The path is crazy crowded b/c the employee at the entrance just waves people through with no regard to how frusterating it is to get stuck behind a group who has no control over their kids. The 5 "huge" slides look just like large playground slides (the straight down metal ones) with cheap looking sets surrounding them. The hayride line was HUGE so we didn't even get to go on that. The rest of the lines were difficult not because they were really long but b/c there is nothing indicating where a line is! The crowd was pretty big so people standing around were mixing with people in line for a giant cluster! Getting food takes forever b/c even though there are 5 people in a food stand there's only one register. The most disappointing aspect was the pumpkin patch itself. There was a tiny corner of the farm set up to sell pumkpins ($.59/lb) and the selection was awful! The website advertizes a "ZILLION" pumpkins but this was way far from the truth. We left after less than an hour b/c of 1) There was little to nothing to do for anyone out of childhood and the stuff for the little ones was a nightmare b/c parents would just stand around and let their kids cut in line, push & shove and yell at people in their way! The staff was all in high school so they didn't care.

Overall, I would go out of my way to tell people to save their money! Find an actual pumpkin patch, buy some cider from the grocery store and go to a playground. You'll get the same experience for a lot less money!

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The way to get into the "farm" is difficult b/c it is a narrow road with only a stop sign to direct a ton of traffic. Parking was free so nice but ticket prices were crazy! I figured for that price things inside would great but boy were we wrong! The corn maze isn't actually a maze but a fenced in path through dead corn. You go into a couple of things that would only be interesting at night (but that's a different ticket). The path is crazy crowded b/c the employee at the entrance just waves people through with no regard to how frusterating it is to get stuck behind a group who has no control over their kids. The 5 "huge" slides look just like large playground slides (the straight down metal ones) with cheap looking sets surrounding them. The hayride line was HUGE so we didn't even get to go on that. The rest of the lines were difficult not because they were really long but b/c there is nothing indicating where a line is! The crowd was pretty big so people standing around were mixing with people in line for a giant cluster! Getting food takes forever b/c even though there are 5 people in a food stand there's only one register. The most disappointing aspect was the pumpkin patch itself. There was a tiny corner of the farm set up to sell pumkpins ($.59/lb) and the selection was awful! The website advertizes a "ZILLION" pumpkins but this was way far from the truth. We left after less than an hour b/c of 1) There was little to nothing to do for anyone out of childhood and the stuff for the little ones was a nightmare b/c parents would just stand around and let their kids cut in line, push & shove and yell at people in their way! The staff was all in high school so they didn't care.

Overall, I would go out of my way to tell people to save their money! Find an actual pumpkin patch, buy some cider from the grocery store and go to a playground. You'll get the same experience for a lot less money!

Pros: Decent Apple Cider & Free Parking

Cons: Everything Else!

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This is a favorite of my family! We go several times throughout the fall and my kids still don't want to leave. There truly is something for kids of all ages. We've kept all of our kids entertained from 17 - 2.

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★★★★★

This is a favorite of my family! We go several times throughout the fall and my kids still don't want to leave. There truly is something for kids of all ages. We've kept all of our kids entertained from 17 - 2.

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Our year-round family tradition. In the summer we enjoy excellent plants, flowers and produce and watching the animals. In the fall we LOVE going to their fall festival and go AT LEAST 3 times! In the winter we have made a tradition of going there to pick our our holiday tree, sip hot chocolate and spend time infront of the bonfire! The prices are excellent as well as the quality of all of the products and services they provide. Staff is ALWAYS friendly, helpful and knowledgeable and there is always new things to see and do there!

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★★★★★

Our year-round family tradition. In the summer we enjoy excellent plants, flowers and produce and watching the animals. In the fall we LOVE going to their fall festival and go AT LEAST 3 times! In the winter we have made a tradition of going there to pick our our holiday tree, sip hot chocolate and spend time infront of the bonfire! The prices are excellent as well as the quality of all of the products and services they provide. Staff is ALWAYS friendly, helpful and knowledgeable and there is always new things to see and do there!

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Cox Farms is by far one of the best places we go in this area. There are 3 seperate times during the year that Cox Farms that lure us in. The first would be the nursery they set up in the spring. They have a fantastic selection of flowers and herbs (both perenials and annuals) and all of the flowers that we have purchased from here have survived the entire summer and still looked beautiful going into the fall. Their prices are a bit higher than the other local nurseries but I do believe that you get what you pay for in this case. The second time is the farmers market in the summer - they have a fruit and vegetable stand set up - prices are usually a little higher than the markets but the vegetables are usually alot fresher. The third is the pumpkin patch in the fall - this is by far our favorite. After returning from there today I can do nothing but rave about this place. The pumpkin patch is great for the kids and very reasonably priced. The only drawback is if you can only go on the weekend because it does get extremely crowded which is difficult if you have small children. Overall Cox Farms is a great family place that I would recommend to anyone.

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★★★★★

Cox Farms is by far one of the best places we go in this area. There are 3 seperate times during the year that Cox Farms that lure us in. The first would be the nursery they set up in the spring. They have a fantastic selection of flowers and herbs (both perenials and annuals) and all of the flowers that we have purchased from here have survived the entire summer and still looked beautiful going into the fall. Their prices are a bit higher than the other local nurseries but I do believe that you get what you pay for in this case. The second time is the farmers market in the summer - they have a fruit and vegetable stand set up - prices are usually a little higher than the markets but the vegetables are usually alot fresher. The third is the pumpkin patch in the fall - this is by far our favorite. After returning from there today I can do nothing but rave about this place. The pumpkin patch is great for the kids and very reasonably priced. The only drawback is if you can only go on the weekend because it does get extremely crowded which is difficult if you have small children. Overall Cox Farms is a great family place that I would recommend to anyone.

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The Fall Festival at Cox's Farms in Chantilly is incredible! While a bit pricey, you get a lot for your money. A 20 minute hayride takes you by cartoon characters, aliens, and scarecrows. There are many slides, rope swings, a goat farm, face painting, and so much more. You can easily spend several hours there and not get bored. Just hold on to your kids as it is very large and gets crowded.

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The Fall Festival at Cox's Farms in Chantilly is incredible! While a bit pricey, you get a lot for your money. A 20 minute hayride takes you by cartoon characters, aliens, and scarecrows. There are many slides, rope swings, a goat farm, face painting, and so much more. You can easily spend several hours there and not get bored. Just hold on to your kids as it is very large and gets crowded.

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Not a big fan of Cox Farms. They are way overpriced and they just plain lie to their customers and employees! They say the majority of thier stuff is grown at the farm. NOT TRUE. Their October Festival is way too overpriced. Do they think they are Disney? Speaking of which, are they a farm or an amusement park? Hmmm, what taxes do they pay?

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Not a big fan of Cox Farms. They are way overpriced and they just plain lie to their customers and employees! They say the majority of thier stuff is grown at the farm. NOT TRUE. Their October Festival is way too overpriced. Do they think they are Disney? Speaking of which, are they a farm or an amusement park? Hmmm, what taxes do they pay?

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Your local tradition .... for generations!



Come celebrate the best of every season..





More about Cox Farms Fall Festival

Fall: Largest & most famous Fall Festival in DC area December: Xmas Trees and Home-made Wreaths Jan - Feb: Hibernation zzzz Spring: Bedding plants Summer: Corn, Tomatoes, Peaches and Melons

 

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