There is something very special about fall on the east coast. Being from California I didn’t really understand that until I moved to Virginia. The leaves change so the trees look like they are on fire, the weather gets a little cooler and there is usually some kind of fall festival or some kind of fall event happening that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside and that is exactly what Cox Farm gives you. Cox farm is an operating farm with animals, a pumpkin patch and lots of yummy food and elaborate slides. It is truly fun for all ages! There is usually some sort of band playing on a honky tonk kind of stage, apple cider, hay rides, a petting zoo, and an endless amount of entertainment for the children. Cox Farm’s is located a little west of the Washington DC area and is worth going to. The average ticket is around $15, which may seem a little steep for a glorified pumpkin patch, but with the amount of family entertainment and fun Cox Farm has to offer it is worth spending a little extra to get a small town feel with a lot of festive fun!
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