Things To Do In North Massapequa

Up to 73% Off One-Hour Flight Lesson

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Farmingdale

$275 $89

Lessons introduce beginners to the wonder of flying with ground instruction before taking to the skies and teaching practical fundamentals

Adventureland Amusement Park – Up to $26.01 Off Unlimited Rides

Adventureland Amusement Park

East Farmingdale

$53 $39.99

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The Hurricane Coaster and the whirling Frisbee take thrill-seekers for a spin while families and children enjoy slower-paced attractions

Up to 66% Off Hot-Yoga Classes in Massapequa Park

Hot Yoga Massapequa

East Massapequa

$160 $59

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Hot-yoga classes engage students' entire bodies with sequential poses as the heated studio ousts toxins via sweat

Up to 84% Off at American Jiu-Jitsu Centers of Massapequa

American Jiu-Jitsu Centers of Massapequa

Massapequa

$160 $34

Students learn basic, effective self-defense techniques and gain confidence, discipline, and self-control in American jiu-jitsu classes

49% Off One-Week Tennis Camp

Sportime

Massapequa

$495 $250

Tennis camp, which runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., divides campers by age and skill level and includes instruction and matches

Up to 53% Off Baseball Summer Camp or Training

Prospect Sports

Multiple Locations

$375 $175

Learn baseball skills and play games in summer camp, or increase strength, agility, and speed in custom Prospect 365 programs

Up to 83% Off Group Personal Training

MAX Martial Arts & Fitness

East Farmingdale

$144.50 $39

Coaches motivate and challenge exercisers to achieve their personal fitness goals alongside like-minded individuals

67% Off Introductory Flight Package  

Affordable Aircraft & Flight Instruction, LLC

Multiple Locations

$299.25 $99

Take charge of an aircraft and learn flying basics with help from a certified instructor and a subscription to Flight Training magazine

Up to 55% Off at Funzone Family Entertainment

Fun Zone Farmingdale

East Farmingdale

$20 $9.99

Family fun center houses a wide range of activities and attractions, from a bounce house to arcade games and batting cages

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Having already taught himself how to master the axe, guitarist Chris Strick now guides students of all ages in their own journeys to master the instrument. During lessons, Chris listens to his students to determine their playing styles, preferred paces of learning, and how many necks their guitars should have. Lessons will stress the importance of practicing and the musical abilities innate in every person that picks up a guitar. Chris can travel up to 10 miles so that students can learn in the comforts of their own homes.

30 Joludow Drive
Massapequa Park,
NY
US

For more than 50 years bowlers have slung three-holed boulders down Massapequa Bowl & Lounge's 30 shiny lanes. As automated scoring tallies up their points, bowlers chat across coffee tables, while seated in plush couches and feasting on beer and pizza. Elsewhere, an arcade and stuffed animal-building station draws kids in for parties replete with a rainbow colored candy bar. Visitors can also get their competitive edges sharpened flinging darts during South Nassau Darts Associations darts leagues.

4235 Merrick Road
Massapequa,
NY
US

As licensed commercial pilots with a number of certifications, Nomis Flying Club’s instructors are no strangers to the rigors of flight school. Although they guide students through an intense curriculum, they still strive to foster a convivial, friendly atmosphere, tailoring classes to suit each student’s goals.

Additionally, in an effort to foster a flying community, Nomis Flying Club members gain access to fully fueled planes and an airport clubroom, where they can swap landing and windswept-hairstyling tips with other passionate aviators.

Rte. 109
East Farmingdale,
NY
US

Nassau-Suffolk Dekhockey trades in skates for shoes, pucks for balls, and cross checks for high-fives. The organization has hosted friendly street-hockey matches, leagues and clinics since 1979. Players sign up with teams of 11–20 players or place their names on a free-agent list to be placed on a team or picked up by the NHL. The league is divided into young kids, older kids, teens, and adults, each of whose seasons last 10 games before the playoffs. Nassau-Suffolk Dekhockey's onsite equipment shop helps players keep elbows, knees, and faces protected.

115 Sherwood Ave
Farmingdale,
NY
US

When combined, the thunderous rolling of balls, clattering of pins, and whip-like clashing of high-fives form the soundtrack for Maple Family Centers' string of family-owned alleys. Open seven days per week, each emporium's array of slicked lanes host everything from youth programs and leagues to birthday parties as competitors of all ages duel with or without bumpers. During cosmic bowling on weekend nights, Maple Family Centers honors the sport's discothèque origins with glowing lanes and thumping tunes. A full menu of pub fare re-energizes fatigued fingers, and on-site pro shops help improve players' games by providing the latest equipment or fitting older balls with new prescription glasses.

999 Conklin Street
Farmingdale,
NY
US

With whirling colorful lights and a top-40 playlist, Roller Kingdom could give visitors the illusion that they're in a nightclub. But instead of dancing on the floor, guests strap on rollerblades or roller skates to glide across it. Novice skaters can improve their form during lessons or trade in their skates for laser-tag equipment and duel it out with friends in order to win prize tickets and the right to wear a homemade laser-tag championship belt made out of tinfoil. Outside the rink and laser-tag den, guests can play arcade games or belt out their favorite songs on the karaoke stage.

133 Milbar Blvd
Farmingdale,
NY
US