Accessibility

Accessibility

Cox Farms Fall Festival and Fields of Fear are not entirely wheelchair-accessible, so we offer half-price Fall Festival admission and Fields of Fear Basic admission for visitors in wheelchairs. For weekday field trips, special needs groups may request accommodations including free admission for aides/attendants.

To more clearly communicate the accessibility status, we have divided the attractions into three categories: may remain in wheelchair, must be ambulatory and must transfer from chair. Continue reading for an overview of the ease in accessibility for our various attractions.

Accessibility Guide

  • Parking lot (marked spaces by windmill)
  • Ticket line/entry (go to Customer Service booth)
  • Music stage
  • Milking parlor
  • Cornundrum (Fall Festival only, requires use of detours)
  • Imaginature Trail (Fall Festival only)
  • Goat Village
  • Animal pens/viewing areas
  • Bunnyville (inside/under slide barn)
  • Kiddie Zone
  • Farm Chores
  • Foamhenge
  • Apples & Cider
  • Portable toilets
  • Festival Market
  • Slides
  • Fun Tunnel
  • Rope Swings
  • Cornightmare (Fields of Fear only)
  • Forest: Back 40 (Fields of Fear only)
  • Hayride (Fall Festival and Fields of Fear)

Service Animals, as defined by the ADA, are welcome at Cox Farms' Fall Festival and Fields of Fear; however, Emotional Support, Therapy and/or Comfort Animals are strictly prohibited. In addition to the above, pets are also prohibited at both the Fall Festival and Fields of Fear.

Please note that Fields of Fear may pose additional concerns due to the nature of a scary nighttime event; in addition to moving through darkness and frequent startling scares, you may encounter effects such as strobe lights and mild electric shocks. Please be sure to review our Fields of Fear Policies page for additional warnings.

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