This holiday season, take your whole family to Long Island’s premier Christmas park, Bayville Winter Wonderland. On select days from now until the end of December, visitors can enjoy tons of exciting attractions and activities that embody the holiday spirit. From light shows to rock climbing to meeting Santa Claus, your kids will have the time of their lives at this magnificent Christmas paradise!
As a kid, there’s nothing better than a day off from school following a big snow storm. You can sleep late, play in the snow and drink endless cups of hot cocoa! You can also try out some of these insanely fun snow day activities that your kids are sure to enjoy.
During the winter months, the bitter cold and snow can sometimes limit the activities or events that families can enjoy. However, here on Long Island, there are tons of fun things to do in winter that won’t break the bank.
Ice skating, snowball fights and glistening, frozen lakes—the wintertime is certainly beautiful. However, the roads can quickly become treacherous as the temperature drops. Driving in snow is a dangerous task that is unfortunately unpreventable during the winter months. Here at All Island Transportation, we’re familiar with safe driving since it’s our number one priority. To help you stay safe behind the wheel, we’ve compiled this list of winter driving tips, as well as some advice on winter weather maintenance for your vehicle.
Most people prefer warm, sunny weather over the cold, dreary winter. But, of course, you can’t go snowboarding in New York when it’s 85 degrees. Instead of dreading the snow, make the most of it with these winter sports!
During the holiday season, New York City transforms into a winter wonderland complete with trees, vibrant lights and festive shopping displays. Undoubtedly, one of the most fun things to do in the winter is to experience NYC in holiday mode. To get your spirits up, be sure to check out some of these NYC holiday events.
Understandably, not everyone is a fan of the bone-chilling winter weather, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun a bit of fun during the year’s coldest season. There are plenty of activities, both indoors and outdoors that you just can’t do during the warm months. To keep yourself occupied as the days grow shorter and the weather grows colder, check out this list of things to do in the winter.
With all of the planning, cooking, travelling and shopping that come with holidays, it’s all too easy to lose your cool and get overwhelmed. When you’re visibly stressed, the vibe of your holiday party quickly takes a turn for the worse. To make your life easier and relieve you of pressure, we’ve compiled a list of tips for stress-free holidays.
It’s the season for winter sports and the most accessible sport on Long Island is ice skating! Of course there’s snowboarding and skiing, but where are you going to find a mountain on a flat island? Plus, ice skating is great for all ages. Take the kids, go on a date with your significant other or grab some friends and laugh at who falls first. Since the weather hasn’t been so bad lately, you could even check out the outdoor ice skating rinks. There are plenty of ice skating rinks in Nassau County and we know where all the best ones are.
Just because the winter is here, doesn't mean you can’t enjoy what all of Long Island has to offer. There isn’t a lot of charter boat fishing in Nassau County, but the boats in Freeport and Point Lookout happen to be open all year round. Despite the cold temperatures, there’s plenty of fish in the sea!