Oxon Cove Park & Oxon Hill Farm

Children in hay Photo
This far offers programs and exhibits on the history of the farm's enslaved labor and their escapes. One escape involved Thomas Berry's enslaved shoemaker, Jacob Shaw, who fled during the fall of 1840. A National Park Service Network to Freedom site.


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6411 Oxon Hill Rd
Oxon Hill, MD
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Rated 5 by ExtraStrength

July 20, 2019



Lovely preserved farm with cows, chickens, and horses (for now, there are supposed to be piglets arriving soon!) The grounds are well kept and there’s enough shade and breezes to keep you cool on a...

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Rated 5 by Greg F

April 25, 2019

Greg F

A Nice way to spend the morning

Go in the morning. That is when they have all the activities for the children. There were cow, sheep, goats, chickens and horses. There are several buildings to walk through as well as a trail...

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Rated 5 by Bonnie R

December 31, 2018

Bonnie R

Visit to the farm

Our two year old granddaughter was introduced to live animals at this farm. It was not overwhelming, we could get close to the animals, and it was clean and fun!

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