Fall Festival

Fall Festival 2021

Sept. 18 – 19 | Sept. 25 – Nov. 7

When fall is in the air, that means it’s Fall Festival season at Cox Farms!

Fall Festival Is Coming Soon

5 DAYS until Fall Festival 2021!

Fall Festival 2021 begins Sept. 18!

Festival Attractions

From our world-famous hayride to our corny Cornundrum and giant slides, our Fall Festival has something for the whole family.

Dino Slide

World Famous Hayride

Festival Map

Field Trips

The whole class loves a Fall Festival field trip! Get information and details on weekday reservations.

Birthday Parties

Fall Festival birthday parties are the best! Whether you opt for our premium Party Place tables or a DIY party, you and your guests will have a blast.

Weekend Groups

From family reunions to corporate events, we’ve got options to meet your needs and make your event successful.

Tickets

Fall is coming! Buy tickets online!

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Sat September 18th
Cox Farms

Remember lovely Leona? Come meet her and admire her beautiful, brand-new piglets at the Barn Slide! The Fall Festival is open until 6 PM today (Sat., 9/18) and tomorrow (Sun., 9/19), last entry at 5 PM. Tickets are online only: coxfarms.com/fall-festival/fall-festival-tickets/ ... See MoreSee Less

Remember lovely Leona? Come meet her and admire her beautiful, brand-new piglets at the Barn Slide! The Fall Festival is open until 6 PM today (Sat., 9/18) and tomorrow (Sun., 9/19), last entry at 5 PM. Tickets are online only: https://coxfarms.com/fall-festival/fall-festival-tickets/

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Oh lookey.... Adorable bacon seeds!! 😜

They look delicious… 🥓

Hello They are friends of the animals. I have a beagle that serves as a registered emotional support. Can I go with me to your farm?

Thu September 16th
Cox Farms

COVID Update! We are so excited to open the farm to visitors for the Fall Festival and Fields of Fear this season. We are taking many steps to ensure that the fun and magical Cox Farms experience is also a safe one for our visitors and employees. Masking is required for employees and always recommended for visitors. Tickets are limited and only available online this year, so buy early! Find details here: coxfarms.com/covid

[Graphic: Chewie the Llama and Farmer Cox stand side by side wearing white face masks. Farmer Cox is wearing a blue shirt, black overalls, and a brown hat. While it does not fully convey his handsomeness, this drawing accurately represents the real Chewie as a white llama with markings on his face/eye and tail. We don't really make Chewie wear a mask, but Farmer Cox does!]
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COVID Update! We are so excited to open the farm to visitors for the Fall Festival and Fields of Fear this season. We are taking many steps to ensure that the fun and magical Cox Farms experience is also a safe one for our visitors and employees. Masking is required for employees and always recommended for visitors. Tickets are limited and only available online this year, so buy early! Find details here: https://coxfarms.com/covid 

[Graphic: Chewie the Llama and Farmer Cox stand side by side wearing white face masks. Farmer Cox is wearing a blue shirt, black overalls, and a brown hat. While it does not fully convey his handsomeness, this drawing accurately represents the real Chewie as a white llama with markings on his face/eye and tail. We dont really make Chewie wear a mask, but Farmer Cox does!]

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Thank you. Cox Farm for protecting your visitors and your employees!

As wonderful as Cox Farms’ artwork always is, I agree that the illustration does not fully convey Farmer Cox’s handsomeness. 😊

Looking to buy tickets for tomorrow. Do I need a ticket for my under 2 year old kids? Cox Farms

Tyler

We are coming from the OBX, NC. See you tomorrow with 2 very excited kiddos.

This doesn’t really bother me but I’ve been to several places throughout this pandemic that have a mask policy but what I just saw on your website about your mask policy is by far the worst I’ve ever seen a business could ever do. You guys are requiring masks to be worn at all times including outdoors on Monday afternoons after 2 PM but you don’t require them on Fridays Saturdays and Sundays when the farm gets super crowded and Mondays are always dead so why are you requiring people to wear a mask on literally the least crowded day ever and have social distancing on Mondays as well but on all other days you don’t require them. I’ve never seen that bad of a mass policy ever in my life and like I said earlier this doesn’t really affect me but for other people it may make a lot of people feel very angry and I can tell you right now you’re gonna lose a lot of attendance on Mondays with this policy so can you please explain to me why do you have a mask requirement only on Monday afternoons but not on the weekends? Also you don’t require masks on Columbus Day which is a Busy holiday. Please tell me why you had to make this policy and make all of us wear masks when we go on Mondays just please tell me. I deathly respect about your policy and everything but I just cannot believe you would make a policy that does not make any sense at all and there’s no point about protecting people like that. You guys made it totally wrong new right here. I’m sorry that you have to hear this but I’m just explaining facts here. Thank you.

Karla Pollard Ynes Luna C Diaz vaosss

Cox Farms is capacity more limited than usual on all days or just Mask Mondays?

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Thu September 16th
Cox Farms

Throwback Thursday- Like many of you, Fall 2019 was the last time Leona was at Cox Farms. She is back at the Barn Slide, and my, how she's grown! We hope you'll come to see her this weekend at the Fall Festival- we'll be open this Saturday (9/18) and Sunday (9/19), 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days (last entry one hour before closing). Tickets are limited and only available online this year, so buy now! coxfarms.com/fall-festival/fall-festival-tickets/ (In the meantime, in the comments below, you'll find an updated photo of Leona settling in yesterday.)

[IMAGE: Quite possibly one of the cutest baby piglets to ever exist, Leona hams it up for the camera. At only a few weeks old in this 2019 photo, she is already full of sass! Photo shows a small pink pig covered in black spots with one black ear. She is standing on a bed of straw, looking up and directly at the camera, and the all-black head of one of her siblings is visible behind her.]
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Throwback Thursday- Like many of you, Fall 2019 was the last time Leona was at Cox Farms. She is back at the Barn Slide, and my, how shes grown! We hope youll come to see her this weekend at the Fall Festival- well be open this Saturday (9/18) and Sunday (9/19), 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days (last entry one hour before closing). Tickets are limited and only available online this year, so buy now! https://coxfarms.com/fall-festival/fall-festival-tickets/ (In the meantime, in the comments below, youll find an updated photo of Leona settling in yesterday.) 

[IMAGE: Quite possibly one of the cutest baby piglets to ever exist, Leona hams it up for the camera. At only a few weeks old in this 2019 photo, she is already full of sass! Photo shows a small pink pig covered in black spots with one black ear. She is standing on a bed of straw, looking up and directly at the camera, and the all-black head of one of her siblings is visible behind her.]

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Updated photo of Leona, taken yesterday as she settled back into her old stompin' grounds at the Barn Slide.

Wendy Segura está es la que te digo 😍😍

Tommy Stephanie Goolsby looks like they are going to be open this year with limited spots!

Para mediados de octubre vamos

Isabel Price Martin!!!

We're ready to come on Saturday, already have our tickets. I always visited as a kid and now my kids enjoy visiting, just not fall without a visit to Cox Farms.

Chaz Brown

Brittney Butler

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