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Cedar Hill Farm

13130 Cedar Hill Place
301-399-9812

About Us:

Middleton's Cedar Hill Farm has been in the family since 1660, when the Middleton's came over from England. Today the family farm is owned by "Mac" and Joan Middleton, and encompasses approximately 300 acres, growing pumpkins, squash, hay and beef cattle.

Over the generations, the farm would grow or split as generations followed their personal paths, and each family would choose what crops to grow and harvest. From 2000 to 2005, the farm transitioned from tobacco to the present cattle and crops, and we added the fall season and began inviting the public to enjoy the farm with us. We are now open in the spring with pick your own strawberries. We are closed during the summer months.. In the fall, we have a fall festival complete with pumpkin patch, corn maze, wagon rides, and a display of barnyard animals. We also offer pick your own vegetables in the fall. And the day after Thanksgiving we reopen with fresh cut Christmas trees, wreaths, flags, and evergreen centerpieces.



Reviews

Jenny Brown

Rating:
Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017
Cedar Hill Farm was so much fun. Hayride goes out to the pumpkin patch. Pumpkins were well priced! I was impressed. I was also happy with the fact that there was 2 different corn mazes. One for the little ones and one for the adults. My family and I had a great time! Will definitely be telling my friends about this experience!

Lavana Lava

Rating:
Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017
They have hay rides, barrel rides for young children, a small maze and one eight acre maze, and some farm animals. They have a play ground and a picnic table or two. They have a farm shop with lots of edible goodies and some knick knacks. They also sell light lunches. The people are friendly. There are keepers with the animals to answer your questions and let you pet them. Admission is $10/person and the price of pumpkins vary according to the size. We had a great time.

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