Corner Market

Corner Market

The Best Of Every Season

The Corner Market is closed for the season. Check back in April for updates on our 2021 offerings!

Fall Festival Market

Cider, pumpkins, donuts, and more! Our Fall Market offers everything you need to celebrate the fall season.

Christmas Corner Market

Premium Fraser fir trees, homemade wreaths, and treats like kettle corn and apple cider donuts, to make the season bright.

Spring & Summer Corner Market

Check back in April for updates on our 2021 plans for the Spring & Summer season.

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Tue January 5th

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Wow - gorgeous!

Great photo!

Great place that is very comforting

This is a beautiful picture! I miss this place!!!

I can not wait till the 2021 fall festival.

Tue January 5th

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Uyen Nguyen are we going to meet up and make this an annual outing

Lucas Hi

Coxfarms is the market still open for the season?

Miss you guys from NYC! (Longtime visitor--going back to the early '90s--grew up in NoVa)

#TRUMP2020

That's an old picture isn't it? I think I remember it from what seems like eons ago. 🙂

Hey the picture means “ya’ll come by when we re-open..... ‘cuz it’s gonna happen!

Thu December 31st

Cox Farms

Happy New Year, folks!

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[Image: series of four photos, each featuring a different message on our roadside marquee-style signs. Clockwise from top right, the messages read “Peace out, 2020,” “See you next year,” “Happy New Year!,” and “We’re like 2020% done.” The sign is beige with red trim and says “Cox Farms” at the top, and the sliding letters are black.]
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Happy New Year, folks! 

https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMJtGEQXx/

[Image: series of four photos, each featuring a different message on our roadside marquee-style signs. Clockwise from top right, the messages read “Peace out, 2020,” “See you next year,” “Happy New Year!,” and “We’re like 2020% done.” The sign is beige with red trim and says “Cox Farms” at the top, and the sliding letters are black.]

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Happy New Year! Was so excited to see the goats out today!

Love you sign!

Sending love and HOPE to you all in this amazing new BETTER year!!! Missing all your sweet and smart kiddos! ❌⭕️ Mrs. D

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Mon December 21st

Cox Farms

Happy Winter Solstice! In addition to celebrating the shortest day of the longest year EVER, we're also entering the final hours to stock up on donuts and kettle corn, and possibly your final opportunity EVER for a self-driven hayride... The last hayride entry is 4:30 and we're open until 5 PM today (Mon 12/21).

[Image: Santa Claus at Foamhenge! Fully-suited Santa stands with outstretched arms in front of the outer ring of sarsens at Foamhenge. Other "stones" are visible in the background, and the sky is bright blue.]
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Happy Winter Solstice! In addition to celebrating the shortest day of the longest year EVER, were also entering the final hours to stock up on donuts and kettle corn, and possibly your final opportunity EVER for a self-driven hayride...  The last hayride entry is 4:30 and were open until 5 PM today (Mon 12/21). 

[Image: Santa Claus at Foamhenge! Fully-suited Santa stands with outstretched arms in front of the outer ring of sarsens at Foamhenge. Other stones are visible in the background, and the sky is bright blue.]

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Can Santa be seen on the hayride today?

My dad and I stopped by to get some end of season donuts! The hayrides were amazing this year. Thank you all for all you do! I really hope I’ll be helping you guys scare people on the hayride next year! ❤️ Happy Holidays!

Marc Mascarenhas hahaha the shortest day of the longest year ever 🤣

Lovely reason ever

Did not make it for my kettle corn this year. Hopefully we will be back with cows next year!

Did he see his shadow?

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