My kids and I look forward to Cox Farms each year. It truly has become a tradition in the fall (and every other season for that matter). I've been pleasantly surprised this fall with all the savings being offered by Cox. For instance, just by becoming a member on their website, coxfarms.com, you get free passes to opening weekend and other great admission offers and discounts. It's free to become a member and so worth it! We're going to save $30 this weekend just by being a member! They always send emails out throughout the fall with great savings and we always take advantage of it! My in-laws like Senior Citizens Day on Tuesdays, which allows seniors free admission after 12 noon. I always buy a weekday afternoon value card, giving me 7 weekday afternoon admissions for the price of 5. That’s a savings of $18. Knowing I have the option of taking my kids on a whim in the afternoon, or asking a fellow mom and her kids to come along, is a big treat and a mental health saver for me! Overall, I love the experience of Cox Farms, the giant slides, farm animals and their babies, the hayride and more. Every year there is something new. Last year there was the Cornundrum. This year there's something called Kiddie Zone for kids 5 and under. That's definitely something I'm excited about. There's also the night-time Fields of Fear, which is way too scary for my young kids but my husband and I are definitely game. The Farm itself is a rare treasure, tucked away near the borders of Loudoun, Fairfax and Prince William County. I feel good about supporting a nearby farm and know that they support the community in a lot of different ways. If you haven't been to Cox Farms I hope you consider it. As hokey as it sounds, my family always makes memories to last a lifetime at the Cox Farms Fall Festival. And trust me, I've got loads of photos to prove it!