Cox Farms Fall Festival

Farm in Centreville, VA | Outdoors | For Kids of All Ages

The Cox Farms Fall Festival is popular for good reason and it remains our favorite fall festival! Review and tips below.

Cox Farms Fall Festival

Cox Farms Fall Festival. Photo by FamilyTripGuides.

Hours & Tickets

  • Hours: Seasonal, check website
  • Free or Paid: Paid
  • Cost: $10 - $25 Per Person Based On Dates.
  • Buy Tickets in Advance: Yes
  • Website: Link


  • Restrooms: Yes
  • Parking Type: Lot
  • Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible: No

Cox Farms Fall Festival Tips

Survived Cox Farms and loved it as always! This was actually my husbands’ first time and his verdict, “like a charming Fall Disneyland!” 🎃

1️⃣- Go to the Dino Slide right away. This is the huge blue slide you see in pics and it is awesome but has the longest line of the 6 slides. 🛝We went straight there again and the wait was half as long as when I walked by later.

2️⃣- Save the Corn Maze til the end as it has a rolling start so no line!

3️⃣- Buy the apple cider donuts at the exit (where you get your free pumpkin) as the line in the farm was 40+ people. You can warm them up for 10 seconds at home and save time!

Cox Farms Fall Festival

More notes for Cox Farm Fall Festival:

  • 🚻 Only portable restrooms
  • 😷 Staff all masked
  • 📱 Free cell phone charging station near the Gorilla slide
  • 🐴 Hayrides end at 5:30 PM. (Farm closes at 6PM for the Festival folks and on Fridays and Weekends Fields of Fear begins later)
  • 🚰 Water bottle filling stations throughout. I remember at the Farm Chores and I think over by the Free Apple Cider.
Fall Festival at Cox Farms

Our Family Favorites at Cox Farms Fall Festival:

  1. The 6 slides were amazing! ⁣The Dino slide is the largest at the Cox farms fall festival and 6 people can slide down at once. My kids also liked the Miner slide which is all in a tube, the Volcano slide and the Farm slide. They also have 3-5 other smaller slides.
  2. Hayride was so cool with many interactive parts (don’t want to spoil the surprises but they definitely got me with one of the pranks!)⁣
  3. The Cornundrum Maze was amazing because it’s one way you just follow the path. LOTS of surprises like the school bus, ancient Egypt, pirates, and a Bug Museum. ⁣
Slide at Cox Farms Fall Festival
Slide at Cox Farms Fall Festival

Everyone gets a free pumpkin on the way out!

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