Happy Father’s Day! Dads, come celebrate your day with us at the Long Island Game Farm – you get 50% off admission all day!
Become buddies with our new donkey, Shaggy, and help raise awareness about the battles the wild burros in the west are currently facing.
Did you know that over 1,000 wild burros are currently in government holding facilities in the west? If you’d like to help give these animals a voice, one of our employees, Somer, is currently fundraising for a documentary by selling “Burro Bags.” You can check them out here.
The Game Farm is bringing back its 1970s Admission Price Day, aka 1970s Day, for the fifth year in a row. On Saturday, July 27 (rain date: Sunday, July 28) all day, the park will feature admission prices from its first decade in business. Tickets are $3.90 per adult and $1.95 per child (plus tax). This is an unbeatable price that comes along only once a year — don’t miss out!
*We highly suggest people arrive before 11am or after 1pm to find parking and avoid the longest lines. The parking lot opens at 9am. We will do our best to keep the lines moving in a timely manner. We would also like to mention that pony rides will have limited tickets.
To honor Stanley and Diane Novak, the founders of the Long Island Game Farm, and to thank the visitors who have kept the park going for our 50th season, the Game Farm is throwing its Third Annual Founder’s Day celebration on Saturday, August 10 (rain date: August 11). All day long, admission will be $6 for adults and one free child admission per adult (each additional child is $6). Prices do not include tax.