Halloween is not just for kids to go door to door dressed in costume and get some yummy treats. Here on Long Island we have a lot of places for teens and adults to go and enjoy a good scare during the Halloween season.
We have a great list of places to go. The Haunted Houses and experiences below are not listed in any particular order. If you love a particular Haunted House tell us why in the comments below.
We had the most amazing day in the trees at The Adventure Park at Long Island in Wheatley Heights this weekend. I have to say that in just one visit it has become our new favorite place to go on Long Island and we highly recommend you checking it out.
Are you ready to experience adventure? Have lots of fun? Conquer fears and test your limits? Enjoy being in nature? Doing something exciting with your family and friends? Then, you have to book your climb for the 2018 season at The Adventure Park. You will be so glad you did.
There are many beautiful parks and campgrounds exist throughout New York State. Where will you volunteer?
” Volunteers clean up park lands and beaches, plant trees and gardens, restore trails and wildlife habitat and remove invasive species. Parks & Trails New York, the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation and the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation coordinate this event, and park staff and local friends’ groups work with volunteers and oversee activities. Last year, more than 125 state parks, historic sites and public lands hosted I Love My Park Day events.”
Northport is such a beautiful town on the north shore of Long Island.
Main Street has wonderful shops, local business and restaurants and let’s not forget the scenic water views. Northport has a lot to offer and we can not wait to tell you some of our favorite spots along with recommendations from local Northport families.
Town Offering FREE Drop-in Recreation Programs at Three Parks!
Activities for Town residents to run from July 5 to August 18
North Hempstead Town Supervisor Judi Bosworth and the Town Board are pleased to announce that the Town’s Parks and Recreation Department is now offering drop-in summer recreation programs at Broadway Park in Garden City Park, Charles J. Fuschillo Park in Carle Place and John D. Caemmerer Park in Albertson from July 5 until August 18. The programs are completely free and do not require registration. They do require that the child be accompanied by a parent, who must remain at the park while the child is participating in the program.