Legions of ghouls celebrate your arrival this Halloween season after brooding through eleven moons of somewhat victimless nights. The Grove has grown wild and unkempt for so long. The living things thrive on your fears…so why not indulge your spine-tingling desire to feel that rush of fright and feed our monsters at the same time? OUR family sincerely enjoys frightening YOUR family year after year!
The midway at Hobb’s Grove has an old-time feel and features full concessions, warming fire pits, peddlers and entertainment. It’s a somewhat “safe” place to hang out for those who wish to be frightened no more. There’s music and characters milling about making sure you feel welcome. On October 11th you can have your picture taken with the official “Next Elvira” and the Graveyard Dance Crew will be doing performances on our black ticket nights.
The Grove’s ticketed attractions include The Hollows haunted forest, the haunted hayride into Shadow’s Keep and The Hobb Home haunted house.
Acres of fun await you on the dreadful plot of land known as Hobb’s Grove. We’re located just outside of Sanger, only 20 minutes from Fresno, and we’re so easy to stumble across.
Once the sun sets, Hobb’s Grove’s ghastly ghouls welcome you into their dark abode. The night calls your name, inviting you inside the hopelessly cursed Haunted Forest, The Hollows, where the shadows come to life through the tangled trail in the deep darkness. You too will feel the excitement as your heart races with anticipation! Isn’t it nice to feel so… alive?!
Hobb’s Grove’s Haunted House features turn after twisted turn through the parlors and corridors of insanity! Those brave enough to enter are greeted by the unruly occupants of The Hobb Family Home. The walls of are like a sponge, soaking up the laughter, gasps and screams of victims, young and old. It’s a sinister place…so be careful not to take a wrong turn down a cold, dark hallway!
Hobb’s Grove’s Haunted Hayride takes our guests out into “Shadows Keep”, out in the dark and dreary countryside for yet another ominous reunion with the night. The Hayride is scary and fun…something the younger ones can handle because they are free to bury their face in their parent’s lap when necessary. Cuddle up with your friends, your family and your neighbors on our bed of hay, because there is safety in numbers and you may well need it! Just don’t get too comfortable, because it’s in your best interest to pay attention to what’s lurking in the darkness!
Hobb’s Grove runs through Saturday, November 1st – weather permitting.
We’re closed Mondays, Tuesdays and the first 3 Wednesdays.
Parking opens at 5:30 p.m. Ticket booth and concessions open at 6:00 p.m.
The ticket booth will close Wednesday – Thursday at 9:30 and Friday & Saturday at 10:30.
The Haunting begins at dark.
Individual tickets for the Haunted House, Haunted Forest and Haunted Hayride as well as Combo tickets, which include all 3 attractions, can be purchased at the ticket booth.
All tickets can be purchased at The Grove the nights we’re open OR
Online and printed from your computer with no waiting in the ticket line OR
Combo tickets can also be purchased at Sierra Vista Mall in Clovis, Fresno Goth Headquarters or Roller Towne in Visalia.
Military discount for Active Military with ID is offered at the Hobb’ s Grove ticket booth only. Active Military with ID will receive half off their purchase. Offer not available online or at our ticket outlets.
We must ask that people do NOT wear masks to The Grove except for Halloween Night or The Bitter End party November 1st (On those two nights, go all out!), as they will not be allowed in. We cannot risk customers posing as crew members. “Mild costuming” will be allowed as long as guests DO NOT do anything that could lead other guests to believe they may be Hobb’s Grove folk. Your understanding is greatly appreciated.
Kids 10 and under are welcome to dress up. We love little monsters in training. Muah ha ha!
Due to Fresno County requirements, The Grove is forced to stop operating by 10pm Sunday – Thursday and 12:00 midnight on Friday & Saturday.
The final week of haunts may be extremely busy and could sell out. We suggest you purchase your tickets online and arrive early.
All other nights are just as frightful and should guarantee enough time for a trip through all of the attractions if you arrive at least an hour and a half before closing.
If you have questions that aren’t answered by our web-site, please contact us by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call, (559) 356-3958. Thank you for visiting. We wish you a safe and Happy Halloween!
The ghastly Ghouls, Ghosts and Goblins of The Grove.
Group rates are available all PURPLE nights.
Adult – 12 and Over
Child – 11 and Under – Please bring student ID, 6th grade or under.
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Call, 559-840-6878, or email email@example.com, to let us know the name
or organizer of your group. We ask for this so that people don’t form “groups”
while standing in line. We don’t need to know which day you’re coming but it
must be a PURPLE night.
After going through security, one person from the group needs to buy all the
tickets with one transaction at the Will Call window at the North end of the ticket
booth. They don’t need to wait in line. They can go right up to Will Call.
Hobb’s Grove is proud to offer a Military discount for all Active Military members. Please bring your Military ID to the ticket booth window and receive half off your ticket purchase for the card holder only . Discount good at our ticket booth only. Not available at ticket outlets or online.
See you soon!
If there are any changes in this status the phone message will be immediately updated, 356-3958, and our Facebook page, The Grove Haunt, will have a status update.
Please check the phone or Facebook before coming out if you’re concerned. If either do not mention being closed, then we are open.
Ghouls, goblins and other ghostly types will be gathering at Hobb’s Grove Sunday, September 7th, to Interview with the Vampires – the first step in the search and development of local talent longing for coveted positions in Hobb’s Grove’s Haunted Forest, House or Hayride , Thursdays thru Sundays, Oct. 3rd – Nov. 1st, 2014.
If you’re 18 or older by Oct. 3rd (no exceptions) and you’d like to be part of world’s best boo crew or work at Hobb’s Grove in any capacity, come on out and let us meet you. It’s painless…really! We look for energy and attitude – we’ll teach you the rest. Those selected will attend Ghoul School at Hobb’s Grove late September. The Grove’s location and setting have proven to be the perfect brew for a most special Halloween experience. Haunted Attraction Magazine has chosen Hobb’s Grove for America’s Top 25 Must See Haunts. It’s been highlighted on MTV and MSNBC.com and it’s on Forbe’s top 10 list.
Prospective ghouls should arrive any time between 9 and 11 a.m. to fill out applications and be interviewed. Costumes aren’t required but are SO appreciated. We want you to look good on TV when the Frightening group activities get under way:
Auditions will feature:
Please email if you have questions left unanswered here. Till then…
Is Hobb’s Grove too scary for your little ones? They will love our not so scary harvest day time fun. Please visit The Pumpkin Grove on weekends in October, 2014. Opened 11am to 5pm. We have a bushel of fun for everyone!
The creators at Hobb’s Grove bring you a fun filled educational experience for kids to cherish. Tours to be scheduled in August 2014 for school groups, daycare centers, children’s groups and home school groups . The shady midway grounds are available to all groups after tours for snack or lunch time. Visit the website for details on how to schedule your group tour!
14265 E Goodfellow Ave
Sanger, CA 93657
P.O. Box 1073
Sanger, CA 93657