Oxon Cove Park, Maryland

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About Oxon Cove Park:

Plan Your Visit We're Here to Help Oxon Cove Park covers a large area. It can take from a half-hour to several hours to see all of our animals and exhibits—more if you stop for lunch or a snack, spend extra time in an area of special interest, or talk with a park ranger. With award-winning exhibits, nature trails, farm animals, and great public and education programs, there's a lot going on at Oxon Cove Park. But with so much to see and experience, where do you begin? Directions From Virginia- Head North on 495/95. Once over the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, take exit #3A on MD-210/Indian Head Highway going South. Stay in Right lane. Take the first exit for MD-210 North towards Forest Heights. At second stop light turn right onto MD-414/Oxon Hill Road, heading East. The first light you will come to is Bald Eagle Road*.  Make a left onto Bald Eagle Road driving on the bridge over the beltway.  This will lead you into our parking lot.  Park in the parking lot and take one of the two gravel roads into the farm. The Visitor Barn will be straight ahead at the bottom of

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About Oxon Cove Park:
Oxon Cove Park and Oxon Cove Farm, comprise a living farm museum operated by the National Park Service, and located at Oxon Hill, Prince George's County, Maryland. Fourteen buildings and two structures are located in the historic district and associated with the property's sequential development as a plantation, an institutional agricultural complex, and a farm museum.
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