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A Haunted October on Long Island

September 29, 2021

It’s finally that spooky season!  The leaves are rapidly turning and the chill that blows in drops lower each day.  What’s a better way to warm up than to get that blood pumping?  During the whole month of October, in addition to all of the fall festivals and fairs, there are a variety of options for people looking to get spooked! Here is a list of locations in both Nassau and Suffolk County that are suddenly haunted in the spirit of Halloween… Keep in mind that some of these may not be the best for the younger children, so if you are concerned please refer to our post on Fall Festivities and Fun or our Fall Family Fun Trip Idea instead.

Nassau County:

Halloween House, open through November 7
1500 Old Country Rd. Westbury, NY

Spooky Fest, a Family Scare, open select weekends in October
1 Tanglewood Rd. Rockville Centre, NY
(516) 764-0045

The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze, open through November 7th
1303 Round Swamp Rd. Old Bethpage, NY
(914) 366-6900

Bayville Scream Park After Hour Haunts, open through November 7th
8 Bayville Ave. Bayville, NY

Witch Craft Halloween Pop Up at Main Street Social, open every Wednesday-Sunday in October
300 Main St. Farmingdale, NY
(516) 779-4461

The Milleridge Inn Halloween Village, weekends in October
585 North Bdwy. Jericho, NY
(516) 931-2201

1880s Haunted Halloween at Old Bethpage Restoration, October 30th and 31st
1303 Round Swamp Rd. Old Bethpage, NY
(516) 572-8409

Long Island Monster Gallery, weekends in October
47A Roselle St. Mineola, NY

 Suffolk County:

Gateway’s Haunted Playhouse, open Fri-Sun in October
215 South Country Rd. Bellport, NY
(631) 286-1133

Camper’s Pike, open Thursday-Sunday in October
Southaven County Park – 761 Victory Ave. Yaphank, NY
(631) 286-1133

Yaphank Trail of Terror, open weekends in October
65 Main Street Yaphank, NY
(631) 282-8223

Darkside House, open select dates in October
5184 Route 25A. Wading River, NY
(631) 369-SCAR

Long Island Maritime Museum’s 31st Annual Halloween Boat Burning, October 29th
88 West Ave. West Sayville, NY
​(631) 854-4974

’90s-inspired Halloween Pop-up: Dark Night Halloween Trail
1 Ski Run Ln. Farmingville, NY

Suffolk County Historical Society Museum’s Gloriously Gruesome Gathering of Lyrical Lamentations for the Dearly Departed, open through Nov. 24
300 West Main St. Riverhead, NY
(631) 727-2881

Darkness Rising, open Thursday-Sunday in October
800 Chettic Ave. Copiague, NY
(516) 799-4747

Halloween Spooktacular at Sweet Briar Nature Center, October 30th
62 Eckernkamp Dr. Smithtown, NY
(631) 979-6344

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