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Long Island's Favorite Family Amusement Park since 1962, conveniently located on Route 110 in Farmingdale. Adventureland features over 30 rides, games, and attractions for all ages, gift shops, sweet shops, and an indoor arcade and restaurant...more
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Brought my daughter here as this was a childhood hotspot for me. It was awesome to see not much has changed with the old but they added so much more! My only issue is that the parking situation sucks at best!
Adventureland in Farmingdale Long Island on Route 110 is a place you can bring young children and teenagers and enjoys many hours of fun and entertainment while playing Amusement Games as well as riding on some carnival rides. The food is basically cafeteria-style where you...More
A wonderful park to visit and enjoy many rides and attractions, there is no entrance fee, just fee to ride and play games. Not many rides for adults but it is still a ton of fun. It's about an hour outside of NYC in Long...More
There were almost 600 of us. Our group arranged to have us use Adventureland exclusively. We had the park to ourselves. No lines. No hassles. Went from 6:30 to 9:30 for $22.00. I don't do the crazy rides any more but came with my two...More
PROS: plenty of rides for the little kids.
Affordable for families compared to other amusement parks but limited rides. You can do everything in a few hours.
the heat wave finally went away and we went to the park. our kids were all in the right age zone, and even though it actually got a bit cold for the water rides, we spun dry in the Turbulance. It wasn't even overly crowded...More
This is a nice amusement park originally opened in 1962. It was a nice park with a nostalgic feel to it. Great place for smaller children. I took my 7-year-old nephew and he loved it. The lines moved very quickly.