Tag is one of the few childhood games that has been improved by the addition of lasers, alongside hide-and-seek and eye surgery. Lighten up playtime with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $18 for two coach tickets and a laser-tag game or Hubb's Express train ride for two (up to a $36 value)
- $34 for four coach tickets and a laser-tag game or Hubb's Express train ride for four (up to a $72 value)
This year's season runs from Saturday, September 15, to Sunday, November 4. Coach passes include access to corn-hole games, hayrides, and the Singing Chicken show. See all available activities here.
Hubb's Corn Maze
According to the Sampson Independent, when viewed from above, the labyrinthine paths of the four mazes at Hubb's Corn Maze create the shape of a train spread across more than 10 acres. After sharpening their navigational skills in a pair of shorter mazes, guests and adult-accompanied kids can search for 12 checkpoints in two mazes that stretch more than 2 miles. During each trek, roaming staff ensure that nobody gets lost or elopes with scarecrows. All paid participants can register for prizes.
Upon mastering the mazes, youngsters can ascend a tire mountain, explore a wooden play structure, race down slides, and craft sculptures in the sandbox. Concession stands energize guests with water, popcorn, and candy, and live acts such as magicians and bands entice crowds.
Hubb's Corn Maze
From giant dinosaurs to soaring space shuttles, Hubb's Maze captures the imagination with its annually changing maze designs. Every year, guests can explore paths spread throughout over 10 acres of land. After sharpening their navigational skills in a pair of shorter mazes, guests and adult-accompanied kids can search for 12 checkpoints in two mazes that stretch nearly 4 miles. During each trek, roaming staff ensure that nobody gets lost or harasses the scarecrows, who are busy. Adding to the fun, participants can register for prizes ranging from tickets to sporting events to weekend getaways.
During the harvest season, the team at Hubb's Maze turns its eye for innovation toward scaring folks spit-less. Rather than throwing a handful of doofuses in janky masks into the maze, the creative crew set their sights on reinventing traditional haunted attractions. The result: a separate addition, the Trail of Fears with mile after terrifying mile of scares based on people's actual phobias, and an attraction that straight-up challenges you to conquer it.
Upon mastering the mazes, youngsters can ascend a tire mountain, play laser tag, race down slides, and craft sculptures in a giant sandbox. Concessions including hot dogs, burgers, and fries energize guests—as do occasional live acts such as magicians and bands.