Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Fall Activities To Enjoy In Long Island



Summer is over and Fall is here. Time to look for activities you can do during the change of season in the Long Island area before we're involved in the holiday rush. Are you ready? There are lots of things to do. Fairs, festivals, outings and more await fun seekers.

We've already missed more than a few festivals such as the Annual Shinnecock Indian Powwow, The Brookhaven Country Fair and the Orchard Apple Festival. Don't despair. September was loaded with activities, but with Halloween on the horizon, October brings numerous events for you to enjoy. Attend with a friend or bring the kids. Many activities are family friendly.

Enjoy music, history and live craft demonstrations? You will want to visit the Fall Festival at Sagtikos Manor. This is a family friendly event with lots of activities for kids. Held October 7 you won't want to miss it.

Looking for something a little scarier? How about the Spooky Fest held seven different days during October. Here you can experience the haunted woods or the maze of zombies. On the non-scary side are craft activities, strolling through the woods, the Halloween theater, and 'amazing" animals.

OK. So you're interested more in harvest festivals. Try the Harvest Fair held October 13 or the Islip Country Fair on October 27. Like the water? Try the Fall Family Freshwater Fishing Festival coming October 20 or the Great Jack-o'-Lantern Spectacular Sail you can experience October 28. Other offerings include Oktoberfest and the Raggamuffin Parade. coming your way October 28.

Wait, we're leaving out an abundance of other activities Visit your local park. Get adventurous visiting a park you haven't been to before. How about a visit to the beach? It may be a little chilly. Since when isn't a nice walk on the beach unromantic?

Long Island is home to a number of hiking trails including Garvies Point Preserve leading to a quiet beach or visit the Oyster Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Also for consideration are apple picking, bowling events, pumpkin patches, and haunted houses. The choice for entertainment in the Fall in Long Beach is amazing.

A few other events to consider are family friendly museums or visiting an aquarium. Both offer fun learning opportunities for you and the kids. When was the last time you explored the heavens at a planetarium? Stop by the Firefighters Museum or explore Garden City with its many offerings including Museum Row. Opportunities are endless.

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