68 LONGISLANDPRESS.COM • OCTOBER 2018
THE A LIST: LI’s spookiest
NAME CONTACT NEARBY ATTRACTIONS NOTES
8 Bayville Ave., Bayville
Oct. 5-7, Oct.11-14, Oct. 17-21, Oct.
23-31, Nov 2-4
Fri-Sat 6PM-12AM Sun-Thurs
Where the thrills and gothic horror of a haunted house meet
the sprawling expanse of an amusement park, there’s Bayville
Scream Park. Joining the park’s bone-chilling repertoire of
5 scare-a-minute attractions is Bayville Haunted Asylum.
Attractions in the daytime are much less intense for the
younger set. Per Attraction: $21.75-$25.75, 6-Attraction
unlimited ticket: $75.
2 Chamber of
1255 Hempstead Tpke., Uniondale
Oct. 5-7, Oct. 11-14, Oct. 17-21, Oct.
23-31, Nov. 2-3
Sun: 6PM-10PM Wed-Thurs: 7PM-
11PM, Fri-Sat: 7PM-12AM
Blood-curdling terror makes its way to one of Long Island’s
most famous venues, the Nassau Coliseum, with Blood Manor’s
attraction “Crypts of the Coliseum. $30.
1745 Expy Dr N., Hauppauge
Sept. 28-29, Oct. 5-7, Oct. 12-14, Oct.
19-21, Oct. 26-28, Oct. 30-31,
Voted New York State’s #1 haunted house by
Newyorkhauntedhouses.com, the largest indoor haunted
house returns. Featuring three haunted attractions, a horror
stage show and over 40 live actors itching to go bump in the
night. Gen. Admission: $35, “R.I.P. Pass: $45
5184 NY-25A, Calverton, NY
Oct. 5-7, Oct 11-14, Oct 17-21 Oct.
Sun: 6PM-10PM, Tues-Thurs:
7PM-11PM, Fri: 7PM-12AM, Sat:
The legendary haunted attraction celebrates two decades in the
business of scaring everyone with top-notch set design, special
effects and realistic costumes and makeup guaranteed to fill
patrons with cold, cold fear. $30-$40.
5 Blood Manor
450 Commack Rd., Deer Park
Oct 5-6, Oct. 12-14, Oct.19-21, Oct
25-28, Oct. 31, Nov 2-3.
Fri-Sat: 7PM-12PM, Sun, Wed-
This intense horror experience is back in a new location, with
several thousand more square feet to scare the stuffing out
of patrons. Proceeds for the 2018 season will be donated in
support of YES Community Counseling Center and Patient
Airlift Services. $25.
215 South Country Rd., Bellport
Oct.5-7, Oct. 11-14, Oct. 17-21, Oct
24-28, Oct. 30-31, Nov. 2-3
Fri-Sat: 7PM-11PM, Sun, Wed-
Want to get scared for a good cause? Look no further than this
Bellport haunted house that raises money for The Performing
Arts Center of Suffolk County. Caution: Children under 12
should be accompanied by an adult. $30-$45.
7 Yaphank Trail
6 Laurie Blvd., Centereach
Oct. 19-20, Oct. 26-27
Go on a guided tour with up to three people in your party as you
encounter all sorts of apparitions and monsters in an elaborate
8 Spooky Walk
127 Middle Neck Rd., Sands Point
Oct. 25-26, Oct. 28-29, Oct. 30-31
For a limited time only, guests at Hempstead House will be
in for a bloody good time as the grounds will be crawling
with vampires as a part of this brand-new attraction. Evade
these infernal creatures, and you just may survive the night.
Children under 12 will not be admitted. $30-$35
210 Manor Rd., Huntington
Manor Farm returns to the Halloween game with this nighttime
trail attraction. A less-intense, “Not-So-Spooky Trail” is open
at 5PM, while the main trail readies two hours later. $7-10 per
301 West Hills Rd., Huntington
Oct. 12-14, Oct 19-21, Oct. 26-28
Fri-Sat: 6PM-10PM, Sun: 5PM-
Restless Souls returns to Long Island with a 3D show called
“Klownkatraz,” a spine-tingling outdoor attraction and even an
escape room. $27.
11 Manor Farm
71 Old Westbury Rd. Old
Oct. 13, 19, 21, 26, 27, 28
Sporting over 60 different carved pumpkins featuring all
manner of art, this family friendly exhibit is primed to show off
a Halloween staple, like you’ve never seen them before. $22-$26.
1450 Tanglewood Rd., Rockville
Oct. 5-7, Oct. 12-14, Oct. 18-21, Oct.
Those looking for a less terrifying experience for the younger
set need look no further, as this family-friendly Halloween
exhibit features a walk in the woods, face-painting and a live
animal exhibit. $10-$15
2 Chet Swezey Rd., Center
Oct. 19-20, Oct. 26-27
Feel sheer terror grip your spine as you walk down the
45-minute-long haunted trail, the longest-lasting walk on Long
Island. All proceeds go to benefit Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck, a camp for
children and adults with disabilities. $20.
14 Schmitt’s Farm
26 Pinelawn Rd., Melville
Oct. 5-8, Oct. 12-14, Oct. 19-21, Oct.
25-28, Oct. 30-31
A haunted mansion and a haunted corn trail are all on display at
this staple attraction, sure to unnerve even the most seasoned
haunted house veterans. From $15.00.
15 Rise of the Jack
65 Main St., Yaphank
Oct. 12-13, Oct. 19-20, Oct. 26-27
This outdoor scream-fest returns for a 6th year with an all-new
trail layout, keeping some of the more well-known aspects,
while changing others. What’s changed? Just see it for yourself.
—Compiled by Karly Eberly