Frying Pan Farm Park, Herndon, Virginia

2709 W Ox Rd, Herndon, Virginia 20171

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Address: 2709 W Ox Rd, Herndon, Virginia 20171

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Phone: 703-437-9101
Hours: Farm, equestrian activities and special events hours vary. For additional details, check schedule. More Info
Price: Equestrian activities, classes and special events charges vary. For additional details, check prices. More Info

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Submitted by: Nichole A.

My family loves coming here. It's close, convenient, FREE and the kids absolutely adore seeing and petting the animals. My son was captivated by an employee who took out a goat and st...

Submitted by: Tom G.

A working depression era dairy farm preserved in a loving manner. Perfectly designed to provide your little ones with a completely false stereotype of American agriculture and animal husbandry. Is there no county park where my children can play in manure holding ponds, artificially inseminate tightly caged ho...

Submitted by: Michelle B.

We are so lucky this park is down the street from our house.  Year around viewing of animals, picnic areas, playgrounds, and a country store.  Can it get better than this?  I went last summer to th...

Submitted by: Amanda M.

What a cool park!!!  I wish they'd had a park like this in the suburbs where I grew up!  You can bring the kids by year-round to see the farm animals and take advantage of a number of facilities including a covered picnic area, open grass fields, playgrounds, a "country store" with games, toys and snacks, or take a tractor-pulled wagon ride around the perimeter of the park.  This past weekend, there were a number of adorable babies out and about, of both the human and animal variety (lots of lambs, kid goats, calves and piglets!).  The facilities were all nicely kept and the animals seemed well cared for. If you're a horse person, they have a full cross-country course available for schooling that includes a ...

Submitted by: Bonnie C.

I've only visited Frying Pan Park re: it's double life as an equine venue - enjoying it's horse-training facilities (indoor/outdoor rings, cross-country course, etc.) & attending...

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