Activities in Riverhead

Up to 50% Off Premium Wine Tasting with Pizza

Diliberto Winery

Jamesport

$45 $25

Guests sample award-winning merlot and other wines crafted with old-world techniques, along with authentic slices from Pizza Salvatore

45% Off Services

Nsj Personal Training

Westhampton Beach

$100 $55

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you.

40% Off a One-Year Paintball Pass with Marker

Cousins Paintball

Multiple Locations

$497.84 $299

One-year pass grants free admission and discounts to players who are also outfitted with new paintball markers and gear

Up to 54% Off from Zombie Race

Zombie Race

Baiting Hollow

$95 $44

Pursued by costumed zombies, runners conquer military-style obstacles from monkey bars to a mud mountain en route to the post-race party

Up to 53% Off at Flyboard Long Island

Flyboard Long Island

Riverhead

$199 $99

Personal water craft attached to a flyboard uses high water pressure to send riders soaring through the air

Up to $35 Off Canoe or Kayak Adventure

Treasure Cove Resort Marina

Riverhead

$45 $29

Explore the natural beauty of Peconic River and its local waterways during this marine adventure

Up to 51% Off Tastings from Vintage Bicycle Tours

Vintage Bicycle Tours

Vintage Bicycle Tours

$158 $78

Guides lead approximately five-hour, 12-mile tour through Long Island wine country, including stops at wineries for eight total tastings

Up to 59% Off Adult or Child Tennis Clinic

Wholistic Tennis Academy

Wholistic Tennis Academy

$55 $25

Tennis coach supervises trained staff during intensive clinics that improve fitness and outlook on life

Long Island Aquarium – Up to 53% Off Snorkeling

Long Island Aquarium & Exhibition Center

Long Island Aquarium

$64 $30

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Participants don wetsuits to snorkel through Shark Reef Lagoon to view tropical fish up close before exploring the aquarium

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A pair of boots, a board, and a long hose are all it takes to become a superhero. Well, that and an awful lot of water pressure. Flyboard Long Island combines all of these things into a namesake device, which attaches to the feet and uses jets of water to lift riders into the air. It doesn't take long to grasp the basics, but additional training and practice can lead to more impressive stunts, such as cutting diagonally through the air or eating a hot dog without getting it wet.

469 E Main St.
Riverhead,
NY
US

The Survival Race’s 5-kilometer track challenges racers to navigate a gauntlet of mud-laden terrain. Staggered waves of up to 300 runners each conquer military-style obstacles, wade through murky water, and slide through muddy trenches before reaching the finish line to celebrate at a shindig awash with delicious eats and smitten swamp monsters. Afterward, a Facebook album aids online nostalgia by showcasing dirt-caked athletes and their marshy feats.

3080 Route 112
Medford,
NY
US

Treasure Cove Resort Marina isn't just a source for shoreline recreation: it's also a gateway to much of the scenic Peconic River. To help visitors get acquainted with the serene ecosystem and local waterways, guides lead tours by boat, canoe, or kayak. More adventurous folks can rent their own vessels from Long Island Canoe Kayak Rental as well as standup paddleboards, electric bikes, or fishing rods and forge unaccompanied journeys of their own. The 120-slip marina is outfitted with private docks and full-amenity hookups for powered boats up to 65 feet long.

469 E Main St.
Riverhead,
NY
US

Safari Adventure is home to an 11,000-square-foot jungle playland, where intrepid tykes can scale the four-level Kilimanjaro playground complete with tubes, slides, obstacles, and cargo nets. Enormous inflatable bouncers introduce little ones to the wonders of gravity defiance, and more than 40 video and skill games push their dexterous digits toward thumbs-up glory (tokens not included in today's Groupon). Pre- and postexploration, starving safarians can also munch on healthy snacks—whole fruit, yogurt, salads, and more—at the Lion's Den Café.

1074 Pulaski St
Riverhead,
NY
US

Harbes Family Farm & Vineyard started in 1978, when newlyweds Ed and Monica Harbes bought some land and began growing potatoes and cabbages to support their family. Ed, a 13th-generation farmer, worked with his father to get the business up and running. As the years passed, the couple's children started to work on the farm as well. Eventually, all the family's tomatoes, sweet corn, and growing brood of scarecrows outgrew their original plot of land, and the family expanded into three separate locations—which Ed and Monica's eight children still operate. As the Harbes plow and harvest the fields, visitors at each location can stock up on fresh produce and participate in seasonal activities. An 6-acre Wild West corn maze draws visitors to Jamesport farm, whereas at Riverhead farm, the fall season brings opportunities to pick apples and pumpkins. Another 5-acre Robin Hood-themed corn maze entertains the masses while a spooky moonlight corn maze cast spells of fall splendor. Visitors to the Mattituck location—the largest farm—can shop for fresh produce in the market or relax in the wine-tasting barn. Amid its warming and inviting wood walls, servers pour selections from Harbes Family Farm & Vineyard's award-winning wines, which Winemaker Ed Harbes IV creates using his vineyard's vinifera clones. But as much as the Harbes family loves food and wine, it also devotes a large portion of time to environmental preservation. The farmers use locally sourced compost to reduce to need for commercial fertilizer, and as of 2012, they have placed more than 50 acres into conservation easement, ensuring that the land is never developed or used to grow an army of giant brussels sprouts.

Sound Ave
Riverhead,
NY
US

The Long Island Science Center seeks to promote the knowledge and love of science, mathematics, engineering, and technology in people of all ages. They adopt a “learning by doing” philosophy, which results in myriad interactive exhibits that explore subjects such as volcanoes, Egyptian hieroglyphics, the planets, and crime scenes. The museum also holds regular special and seasonal events, as well as special programs for school groups.

11 W Main St
Riverhead,
NY
US