Now that it’s October, everyone is gearing up for Halloween by visiting some of the scariest haunted houses in the area. However, there are few that are more frightening than the ultimate home of heart-pounding thrills and chills, Bayville Scream Park. If you have the guts to visit this terrifying theme park, here’s everything that you need to know—but just don’t say we didn’t warn you!
What is the Bayville Scream Park?
As one of Haunt World Magazine’s “Top 13 Haunted Attractions in America,” Bayville Scream Park has been spooking Long Island for generations. This Halloween theme park is open until November 4, from:
- 6-10 p.m. on weekdays and Sundays
- 6 p.m. to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays
Bayville Scream Park’s Top Attractions
This year, Bayville Scream Park will be welcoming several new spooky experiences to their already vast collection of haunted rides and attractions, such as:
Bayville Haunted Asylum
Are you brave enough to cross the gates and enter the notorious Bayville Haunted Asylum, where psychopaths and lunatics lurk in hiding?
Bloodworth Haunted Mansion
Pay a visit to Bloodworth Haunted Mansion to solve the mystery that lies within the estate and stop the monster.
Uncle Needle’s Funhouse of Fear in 3-D
Step right up to Uncle Needle’s Funhouse of Fear and discover for yourself what’s inside this crazed clown’s mysterious carnival.
Temple of Terror
At the Temple of Terror, you will be tasked with finding idols and clues in order to solve the puzzle and stop the ravenous zombie mummies from escaping Bayville.
Evil in the Woods
During your visit, take a trip through the Evil in the Woods to find out what really lurks among the trees and in the looming shadows of Bayville Forest.
Bayville Scream Park invites you to enter the containment facility known as The CAGE to witness the horrifying effects of virus-infected zombies first-hand.
During the Halloween season, Bayville Scream Park isn’t only for teens and adults. Actually, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, the park is open for Kids “Not so Scary” Days. During this time, the park features less scary versions of their nightly haunted houses with fewer special effects and no live actors.
Not to mention, there will be plenty of other Halloween-themed events and attractions during this time, such as:
- The Halloween Express Train Ride
- The Pumpkin Bouncer
- Pirate Adventure Miniature Golf
- Indoor rock climbing
- Spooky Tree Top Adventure
- Holiday arts and crafts
If you’re interested in stopping by this Halloween-centric theme park, here is everything that you need to know about tickets.
In order to receive the full Long Island Halloween experience, work up some courage and visit the Bayville Scream Park, which is located along the water in Bayville.