If you love miniature golf and are looking for a fun family getaway, here are a few of the most interesting courses to play at this summer!
Par-King Skill Golf
Dating back to the 1950s, the founders of Par-King originally began their miniature golf business with the name George’s Gorgeous Golfing Garden, a highly accredited course by the public and magazine publications. Since its predecessor Par-King opened in 1977 with 18 holes, 19 moving obstacles, and 7 water holes, the course has continued to maintain the quality golfing experience the public always enjoys.
San Francisco, California
There’s no need to check the weather before visiting Urban Putt, San Francisco’s well known mini golf course. This indoor course is located inside an old Victorian building filled with mesmerizing industrial designs for a fun night out with friends, you can even book for an event. This upscale miniature golf course also has a full-service restaurant located inside for dinner and drinks that you are allowed to bring on the course.
Mayday Mountain and Rescue Falls
North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Choose between two 18 hole courses, or play both! The theme of these courses fit its founder John Roberts, a licensed pilot who also designs and builds planes. Naturally, the theme of the course reflects John’s passion for all things flight and add a unique personal touch because he designed the courses himself.
Congo Falls Adventure Golf
Ocean City, New Jersey
King Kong, caves, waterfalls, snake pits—Congo Falls Adventure is a 3-course miniature golf getaway that will captivate you with its special effects, both indoors and outdoors. Located right on Ocean City’s boardwalk with 2 outdoor courses and one indoor, regardless of the weather, there is always something to do at Congo Falls.