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    Oxon Cove Park & Oxon Hill Farm

    Maryland

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  • Saturday August 2, 2014 Program Change

    Our Meet the Dairy Cow and Chicken Program will be offered on August 2, 2014. However, due to limited staff, the Wagon Ride and Park's Past tour of the historic house will not take place. Please call the park on 301.839.1176, if you have any questions.

  • No public programs on Wednesday August 6, 2014

    Due to staff planning meetings, the Park will be open but there will be no public programs. Meet the Dairy Cow, the Wagon Ride, and Chicken & Egg programs will not be happening on this day. Please call the park at 301.839.1176 if you have any questions.

  • No public programs on Wednesday August 13, 2014

    Due to staff meetings, the Park will be open but there will be no public programs. Meet the Dairy Cow, the Wagon Ride, and Chicken & Egg programs will not be happening on this day. Please call the park at 301.839.1176 if you have any questions.

Field Trips

Bring your group to Oxon Cove Park! If you have a group of five or more, a reservation is needed for participation in our daily and curriculum programs Monday - Friday. (No reservations are needed on the weekends, as these programs are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.)
There are many programs from which to choose. Families and organizations such as schools and home school organizations can reserve space for their groups in our daily programs. Schools and home school organizations also have the option of reserving space in one of our curriculum programs. Check the age/grade level recommended, the size limit, and the days/times that each program is offered. (Do NOT count chaperones in your total.) Then, reserve your space by calling Stephanie Marrone at 301-839-1176 to set up your reservation. At least two week’s notice is required. If a date for a program does not appear online, it is likely that the program is already full that day. Your reservation is not official until you receive a confirmation email.

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Did You Know?

Did You Know?

In the early 1800's at least half of the population of Prince George's County, Maryland, was enslaved African Americans. Oxon Hill Farm is located in Prince George's County and seventeen enslaved people lived on the property in the 1800s.