As the camp season comes to a close, annual events hosted by Camp Paquatuck begin. The ultimate goal of these activities is to raise money for the camp and campers that attend. There are many events to look forward to before the start of the camp season of 2020.
Entering its 26th year, Bradstock is much like the famous festival Woodstock from 1969. Bradstock is a two day festival full of food and music held annually during Labor Day weekend. In 2019 the event will be held from August 31st to September 1st at Camp Paquatuck. Special camping ground accommodations can be made. The festival donates a generous proceed to the camp. More information and the list of acts can be found at bradstock.org
Fuoco Memorial Golf Feastival:
Celebrating 50 years (yes, you read that correctly), the Fuoco family and the Patchogue Rotary Club are back with another golf tournament on September 19th. This event is held annually in September. Each hole features a different Italian food specialty, followed by a dinner buffet and bar. 100% of all proceeds go to Camp Paquatuck. More details can be found at fuoco.golf
The festival is exactly what it sounds like. Modeled after the German festival of the same name that includes music, dancing, and beer. 100% of all funds raised are given to the camp. This year hosted September 27-29. Annually this is held the last weekend of September. For additional information, visit www.facebook.com/events/camp-pa-qua-tuck/camp-pa-qua-tuck-oktoberfest
Founded by the Paquatuck Squaws and now celebrating 31 years of scares, Spooky Walk returns with one of the longest haunted walks on Long Island. This is held annually on the last two weekends of October before Halloween. This year it’s hosted at Camp Paquatuck on October 18th, 19th, 25th and 26th. For more information and to volunteer, visit spookywalk.com
Breakfast with Santa:
Held annually by the Moriches Rotary in December, this event is fun for the whole family! A pancake breakfast is provided along with pictures with Santa and lots of entertainment for everyone to enjoy.
Spanning 28 miles from Cupsogue Beach to Shinecock Inlet and back, the ride is from 8am to 1pm in May 2020. Dates vary annually and is usually the Saturday before Mother’s Day. For additional information, visit inletride.com