What You'll Get
Getting your family together for a game of laser tag is an easier way to keep track of the kids than ear tagging, which requires tranquilizer guns. Gather your herd sans violence with today's Groupon: for $25 you get four hours of unlimited laser tag, mini golf, and tree climbing for two at Laser Island in Upland (a $50 value).
Red and green lights zoom through Laser Island’s 4,000-square-foot laser-tag center inside Laser Island, while outside the sun glints off of a tropical-themed mini-golf course and 20-foot climbable coconut tree. Laser taggers navigate a jungle looming with fog, crashed airplane parts, and a volcano, providing ample practice for the day when the government falls to an army of children's imaginations. Those defeated by lasers can attempt to reclaim gaming prowess on the nine-hole miniature-golf course or strap on a harness and careen up a 20-foot coconut tree for outstanding views of birds, clouds, and oxygen farms.
Though not included in today's Groupon, fuel tanks can refill on a menu of pizza, sandwiches, and appetizers at Laser Island Café.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 12, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Laser Island
Exhilarating music pulses amid the remains of a shipwreck, its wreckage scattered across 4,000 square feet of fog-filled tropical beach. Two teams navigate through these surroundings—dodging strewn pieces of cargo, abandoned huts, and a miniature volcano. Black lights cause Laser Island's neon hues to burst to life. The red-orange glow of the volcano's lava, the vibrant green of the painted palm fronds, and the cerulean blue of the walls' ocean horizon all shine alongside the green flashes of streaking lasers. After roughly 20 minutes, the guests emerge and discover which team scored the most points.
Beyond laser tag, the family-friendly entertainment center features a number of activities for virtually all ages. A nine-hole tiki-themed miniature-golf course challenges hand-eye coordination, and the CoCo Climb station allows adventurers to scale a 20-foot coconut tree while safely supported by a weight-bearing harness and an invisible force field. The arcade section tempts passersby to spend a few tokens on games such as Ms. Pac-Man or Air Hockey, and certain games reward players with tickets that they can redeem for prizes at the Ticket Hut. In between games or laser-tag matches, Laser Island refuels visitors with a snack-bar menu that includes everything from pizzas and toasted sandwiches to salads and buffalo wings.