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    Oxon Cove Park & Oxon Hill Farm

    Maryland

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  • Meet the Cow Program - canceled July 29 and 30, 2014

    Our Wagon Ride and Meet the Chicken Program will be offered on July 29 and 30, 2014. However, due to work on the Dairy Barn, the Meet the Cow Program will not take place. Please call the park on 301.839.1176, if you have any questions.

Directions


From the Capital Beltway (I-495/I-95) in Maryland:
Stay in the local lanes and take exit 3 (MD-210 Indian Head Highway). At the light, go straight, over all the lanes of traffic on 210. This puts you on the new extension of Bald Eagle Road. Just before you come to the bridge over the beltway, you will see the entrance to our parking lot on the right.


From the Capital Beltway (I-495/I-95) in Virginia:
Stay in the local lanes and take exit 3B (MD-210 Indian Highway north) towards Forest Heights. Take a right at the stop light onto Oxon Hill Road west. Immediately get in the middle lane so you do not take the exit for MD-210 Indian Head Highway north. At the second stop light make a right onto Bald Eagle Road. Drive across the bridge and the entrance to our parking lot will be on your left.


From Washington, D.C.:
Take I-295 south until it ends at I-495/I-95 and MD-210 Indian Head Highway. Take the exit for I-495/I-95 toward Baltimore. Take exit 3B (MD-210 Indian Highway north) towards Forest Heights. Take a right at the stop light onto Oxon Hill Road west. Immediately get in the middle lane so you do not take the exit for MD-210 Indian Head Highway north. At the second stop light make a right onto Bald Eagle Road. Drive across the bridge and the entrance to our parking lot will be on your left.
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Did You Know?

mt. welby

During the War of 1812, the Debutts family found three congreve rockets on the Mount Welby (19th century name of the Oxon Hill Farm property) grounds. The British Navy was not aiming at Mount Welby. They were sending a signal to other British ships anchored 20 miles away in the Patuxent River.