Massapequa Halloween and Fall Activities and Events (and beyond!)

This Massapequa Family loves the fall and loves Halloween!  We’ve searched around the internet and around town for the best deals and places to visit with your Massapequa (or Long Island!) family!  Enjoy!  And if you visit, let us know in the comments what you think!

Cemetery of Lost Souls, Massapequa – FREE! (Donations accepted)
We found out about this local attractions through our daughter, Juliana. For the last three weeks she has been telling us about the Cemetery of Lost Souls, which is hosted at one of her classmates’ homes. We visited last night and we were VERY impressed. This is a free attraction, although you can (and I hope you do!) make a donation. The Cemetery of Lost Souls is a Home Haunt on Long Island. All Proceeds go to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Darkness Rising, Massapequa – $15, all proceeds go to YES Community Counseling and The Anchor Camp
Fri/Sat: 7PM-12AM
Sun: 6PM-10PM
Halloween: 6PM-11PM

Massapequa Apple Festival, Saturday, October 19, 10am-4pm, Massapequa
The day features Long Island apples, homemade pie, hot dogs, crafts, vendors, music, trash & treasure, and face painting!

Annual Family Fall and Fun Festival, Sunday, October 26, 1pm-4pm, Marjorie Post Park, Massapequa
Features fun activities for children and adults alike, including Halloween crafts, a hayride, bouncies, games, children pick a pumpkin and can decorate it, serving apple cider and popcorn.

Massapequa High School’s Safe Halloween, Sunday, October 27, 2pm-5pm, Massapequa
Sponsored by the SADD club, otherwise know as Students Against Destructive Decisions. Event gives the children of our community a safe and rewarding way to celebrate the holiday.

Outside Massapequa:

Elwood Pumpkin Farm, Huntington – Save 50%!
Home to a real pumpkin patch where visitors pluck their selections straight from the vine, Elwood Pumpkin Farm in Huntington offers plenty of fun for the whole family:

  • $9 ($18 value) for corn maze and hayride admission for an adult and child
  • After making your way through the twisting maze, enjoy a leisurely hayride
  • Stop by from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday or 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday or Sunday

Schmitt’s Family Farm, Melville – Save 40%!
For freaky fall festivities, head to Schmitt’s Family Farm’s expansive haunted mansion and creepy attractions:

  • $21 ($35 value) for one admission to three nighttime attractions: Haunted Mansion of Melville, Haunted Nighttime Corn Maze, and The Experience
  • Dates: October 24, October 30, November 1-2
  • Weekdays and Sunday, 7 to 11 p.m. or Friday and Saturday, 7 p.m. to midnight

Deer Park Community Center – ZombieWorld Haunted House  , Deer Park – Save 50%!
Riddled with bloodthirsty clowns and zombies, this highly rated haunted house sends visitors scurrying through the hallways of an old school

BAYVILLE SCREAM PARK , Bayville – Save 52%!
Jump to the front of the line for Bloodworth Haunted Mansion, Uncle Needles Fun House of Fear in 3D, and other haunted attractions

The Dees’ Nursery and Florist Haunted House, Oceanside
Every Saturday and Sunday in October including Columbus Day
11am till 5pm

Rolling River Fall Festival, Oceanside
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2013 FROM 12:00-4:00PM (Raindate Sunday, October 27, 2013 12-4pm)
FREE family-friendly event held annually each fall. Includes face painting, carnival rides, pumpkin picking and painting, petting zoo, designing trick or treat bags, DJ dance party, outdoor bowling, kids activity demos, music classes, charity auctions and raffles, vendor and crafts fairs, and other exciting activities for children and their parents.

 

 

 

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