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    Oxon Cove Park & Oxon Hill Farm

    Maryland

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  • No public programs Monday August 25, 2014

    The Park will be open but there will be no public programs on Monday August 25, 2014. 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 Wednesday August 27 through Saturday August 30, 2014

    The Park will be open but there will be no public programs Wednesday August 27 through Saturday August 30, 2014. Programs will resume Sunday August 31, 2014. Please call the park at 301.839.1176 if you have any questions.

Things To Do

There are many ways to enjoy your visit at Oxon Cove Park and Oxon Hill Farm. Here are some suggestions for a great park visit:

  • Schedule of Activities: Group reservations are required for our most popular programs such as, Meet the Dairy Cow, Chicken and Egg, and Wagon Rides. Groups of 5 or more can schedule reservations at least 2 weeks prior to the visit by calling Stephanie Marrone on 301-839-1176. Click here to find out more.

  • Self-guided Tour: You can explore on your own and see farm equipment, historic structures, our Visitor Center, and barnyard. Note: the animals may not always be in view and may be in different locations.

  • Hiking and Biking: Venture beyond the hilltop and explore part of Oxon Cove Park's 512 acres by strolling along the lower fields or riding the bike path along Oxon Cove.

  • Picnicking: Enjoy a picnic at one of our designated picnic areas. No reservations needed. Food is not sold in the park.

  • Events and Educational Activities: The park offers a wide variety of seasonal programs, demonstrations, special events, and cirriculum-based education programs.

Programs may be cancelled without prior notice.

 
visitors on self guided tour
Visitors viewing the animals while taking a self-guided tour.
NPS photo. Courtesy of Robert Epstien.

Did You Know?

draft horse eating

The largest horse ever recorded was a Belgian stallion named Brooklyn Supreme. He died in 1948. The two Belgian draft horses that live at Oxon Hill Farm are named Becky and Dixie.