Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Tips & Tricks for Carving the Perfect Pumpkin this Halloween

Carving up pumpkins for Halloween is a huge tradition here on Long Island, especially with so many local farms available to patrons looking to freshly pick them themselves. Did you know that you could use a drill instead of a knife to carve up those pesky detail-oriented aspects of your pumpkin? Do you know where the tradition of carving up pumpkins into Jack O’ lanterns originated? If the answer to these questions is no then it’s time to read up on all about pumpkin carving for 2014! 

Wednesday, October 15, 2014's 2014 Haunted House Reviews

Here on Long Island Halloween has truly become a season of its own. Stretching into September, October, and November this year, it would be a shame to miss out on all of the terrifying haunted houses and spooktacular entertainment that is lined up thru November. If you’re an eager thrill seeker looking for a scary-good time be sure to check out our reviews of these horrifying haunts inhabiting the Island this Halloween season. It makes no difference whether you’re looking for some family friendly Halloween fun or some seriously shocking scares, Long Island has it all to keep guests of all ages, and scare levels, satisfied.

Monday, October 06, 2014’s 2014 October Family Fun Guide: Festivals, Fairs, Haunts, & tons of Fall Fun!

October is one of the most festive months of the year. From haunted houses to pumpkin patches, hayrides to apple picking, there truly is never a dull moment. Get out there and enjoy the crisp, cool weather, beautiful scenery and breathtaking Autumn foliage while it lasts. It makes no difference whether you’re a kid, teen, or adult, you are guaranteed to find some fun Fall events, activities and happenings on Long Island just for you. 

Thursday, October 02, 2014

2014 Halloween Guide: Haunted Houses, Trick-or-Treating & Tons of Scary-Good Fun!

Halloween season is upon us and what better way to celebrate in style than with spooky haunted houses, plenty of pumpkin picking, complicated corn mazes, and kid-friendly haunted happenings! Whether you enjoy seriously scary attractions, or prefer more wholesome happenings, there is something for everyone to enjoy here on Long Island to make the most out of their October. Don’t wait too long though! These festive Fall activities won’t be around for long!

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Long Island's Real Haunts: Local Landmarks Packed with REAL Scares

This October, as you're gearing up to check out some of the Haunted Houses around Long Island, you might be wondering - are these attractions really haunted? Although we can't confirm whether or not the fun filled Haunted Houses that are open to the public each Autumn are actually haunted, we can tell you that according to lots of local folklore and legend, that there are plenty of places here on Long Island that are believe to actually be haunted. From the notorious Kings Park Psychiatric Center, with its looming, ominous abandoned buildings, to Lake Ronkonkoma, which is said to be haunted by the souls of those that drowned there, Long Island is home to a ton of haunted history that's absolutely fascinating - if you're brave enough to read about it!

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Sink a Hole-In-One in Celebration of National Mini Golf Day!

 Who doesn't love a good round of Mini Golf? If putt putt is one of your favorite pastimes, then you're in luck! September 21st is National Mini Golf Day, and there are plenty of great places to play right here on Long Island! Whether you're a putting pro, or you're just looking for a fun way to get out and enjoy the day, Mini Golf offers fun for everyone. A round of mini golf is the perfect way to get to know someone on a first date, or to entertain the kids on a warm Fall afternoon - it's a ton of fun no matter what! 

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Awesome Apple Picking Places & Helpful Tips

The Pick Your Own Apples Season is officially here! Get the whole family together and enjoy a beautiful day outside, basking in the fall foliage picking fresh, crisp apples at one of the local orchards. Long Island has many different varieties of apples to choose from and afterwards you can bake your pickings into a delicious pie or tart! This Fall Tradition is sure to be fun for kids of all ages, and everyone in your family - so don't miss out this year!