Cox Farms Fields of Fear in Centreville, VA

Cox Farms goat and child
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    Explore the Haunted Halloween Trail at Cox Farms

    Cox Well at Sunset
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    Cox Farms Fields of Fear is a haunted Halloween trail in Centreville, Virginia, featuring a Cornightmare, night-time hayride, a giant slide by torchlight, outdoor classic horror movie, bonfire, and snacks. The Imaginature Trail takes a dark turn transforming into The Forest: Back 40. The Forest doubled in length for 2016, and now consists of half a mile of fear. The Forest joins two other haunted attractions, the Dark Side Hayride and the Cornightmare. The Firegrounds feature several bonfires, a six-lane slide, music, entertainment, tasty treats, and Fear Games, including the dark maze, Nyctophobi. Fields of Fear is not recommended for children less than 12 years of age. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

    Location: 15621 Braddock Road, Centreville, Virginia (703) 830-4121. From the Capital Beltway (I-495): Take Route 66 West to Route 29; exit 52; right onto Rt. 29; right at 3rd light at Pleasant Valley Road; 4 miles to Braddock Road. The farm is located on the corner of Braddock Road and Pleasant Valley Road.

    Cox Farms also hosts one of the largest fall festivals in Northern Virginia.
     

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    Grim Reaper at Cox Farms Fields of Fear

    Grim Reaper at Cox Farms
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    Fields of Fear is Cox Farms’ night-time fright adventure covering 20 acres. Watch out for the Grim Reaper and other scary characters at the Cox Farms Fields of Fear. Strobe lights and other lighting effects are used on-site.

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    Cox Farms Fields of Fear Vampire

    Vampire at Cox Farms
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    Fields of Fear, Cox Farms’ night-time fright adventure will scare you with its spooky cast of characters. The event features The Forest: Back 40, Cornightmare cornfield terrors, the Dark Side Hayride: Zombie Zoo, and the Firegrounds, where visitors can ride our Giant slide, dance the night away at the Dance Party and try their hands at Fear Games. 

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    Laughing Face at Cox Farms Fields of Fear

    The Laughing Face
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    Fields of Fear is full of lots of spooky surprises and is not recommended for children less than 13 years of age. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
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    Pirate at Cox Farms Fields of Fear

    The pirate
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    Many spooky creatures are along the trail at Cox Farms Fields of Fear. There are scary images and scenes, implied violence, stage blood, witches, ghouls, and skeletons. 

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    Gorgoyle at Cox Farms Fields of Fear

    The gargoyle
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    Gorgoyle at Cox Farms Fields of Fear. Costumes may be worn to the event. However, masks and weapons/fake weapons are not permitted for security reasons. 

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    Aliens in the Cox Farms Fields of Fear Cornfield

    The aliens
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    Aliens scare visitors in the cornfield at Cox Farms Fields of Fear. Beware, there are strobe lights on the Dark Side Hayride, The Cornightmare, The Firegrounds and The Market.

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    Blue Skeleton at Cox Farms Fields of Fear

    The blue skeleton
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    The blue skeleton is creepy!

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    Library at Cox Farms Fields of Fear

    The library
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    Cox Farms Fields features a variety of Halloween attractions including a Cornightmare, night-time hayride, a giant slide by torchlight, outdoor classic horror movie, bonfire , and snacks.

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    Cox Farms Fields of Fear Cornfield at Night

    Fields of Fear at night
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    The cornfield is spooky at night. During the daytime, Cox Farms also hosts one of the largest fall festivals in Northern Virginia.