I've taken my kids here twice in the last 6 weeks. My daughter loves being at Oxen Hill Farm.
Oxen Hill is tucked in between 295, 495, and the rest of the Maryland side of the Potomac/Anacostia River. Despite this, the park is quiet and...更多
This place is dear to my heart. I remember visiting as a child, taking my children and nieces/nephews there, and now my grandchild. A real working farm where children can learn about farm life, see a sheep shearing and milk a cow.
If you want a place you and your child can enjoy in quiet and space, Oxon Cove Farm is the perfect place. Even though it's within minutes of Washington D.C. the Farm is on a hill overlooking the city and is just far enough way...更多
Oxon Cove Park & Oxon Hill Farm make up a national park unit. Although it’s in Maryland outside Washington, DC, it is part of the National Capital Region.
As with many national parks, admission is free.
The park has an interesting history as a plantation...更多
Right outside Alexandria, Oxen Cove is an adorable little farm with animals that makes a great getaway on the weekend, especially if you have kids. The space isn't particularly expansive, so you probably won't need more than an hour.
This is a fabulous chance for kids (and adults!) to get up close to cows, horses, pigs, and a goat. And it's not crowded at all. There were no sheep or chickens when we went--the chickens recently perished in an unfortunate fox break-in, but will...更多
The Oxon Hill Farm is run by the National Park Service and gives young children a change to see how farming was done in the early 1900s. Because there is no admission, it's the perfect place to take youngsters to explore and learn without worrying...更多
I took my 1yo so to the farm to see some animals. It was easy to get to (just off the beltway near the WW bridge), parking was plentiful and convenient, and best of all the farm is FREE. Just walk right in.