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Cox Farms is home to Northern Virginia’s largest and most famous Fall Festival! Washington Post Editor’s Choice: Cox Farms is “the Big Kahuna of farms with fall festivities in Northern Virginia.” We are celebrating more than 40 years of business for Cox Farms – join the fun and new additions! Giant slides, famous hayrides, rope swings, farm animals & their babies, CORNundrum© cornfield adventure, farm chores, kiddie zone, apples & cider, food, entertainment, Imaginature Trail, over 90 acres of fun! Everyone gets a small patch pumpkin to take home FREE with paid admission.
Also, don’t miss Fields of Fear on various weekends throughout the Fall Festival. Explore haunted attractions, hayrides, Cornightmare, and more scary features. Bonfires, slides, music, karaoke, entertainment, tasty treats, and FOAMHENGE! Buy tickets online or same-day at the door. Fields of Fear not recommended for children under 12 years old. Kids under 14 must be accompanied by parent/guardian.
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2 days ago
During National Bike Month, explore routes in Carroll County Maryland Tourism! 🚴♀️🚴♂️ …
Bike Routes – Carroll County Tourism
Start at Taneytown Memorial Park and head toward Littlestown, PA. Wind through a rustic area where deer and pheasants abound, and stop & listen to the rippling of Big Pipe Creek. Stop at the eateries along Main Street.
3 days ago
There’s just something special about sunsets in Visit Richmond VA! 🌆💜
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4 days ago
Most people know Berks County, PA (aka Pennsylvania’s Americana Region) as home to wonderful agricultural resources, outlet shopping and arts festivals but many people don’t realize it is also home to one of the state’s most interesting sites – Stokesay Castle. Visit this historic attraction as part of a tour across the state to see all the many castles Pennsylvania has to offer! …
Pennsylvania’s Americana Region
Did you know Pennsylvania has numerous castles? In fact, there’s one right here in Berks County. Stokesay Castle, a home turned restaurant was fashioned after a castle of the same name in England. Learn about our castle & others by following this link. visitpa.com/articles/15-castles-pennsylvania-will-make-you-feel-royalty
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