swing in front of a model of Grauman’s
Chinese Theatre — you are about to
hit the big time!
8. Kiss by Monster Mini Golf
Golf clubs also make great air guitars!
Play along to the sights and sounds of
legendary rock band Kiss. Black lights
cast a funky glow and create an
electric experience.
9. Camelot Golfland
Camelot claims to be the largest
minigolf facility in the country, and
who are we to argue? Five courses
range from beginner to expert, and
include castle, jungle, and nautical
themes. Afterward, cool off on the
waterslides, which are open during the
summer season.
10. Golfland Sunsplash
Three courses of varying levels of diffi-
culty are the draw here. Add some
exhilaration to your outing with a
round of laser tag or a spin around the
Fastcar Raceway.
1. Skull Island Adventure Golf
A skull-shaped rock serves as the
course’s centerpiece, while a haunted
cave and alligator-infested waters pro-
vide the obstacles.
2. Bushkill Falls Mini Golf
After exploring rushing waterfalls
and thick-wooded trails winding
through Bushkill Falls, the “Niagara
of Pennsylvania,” you’ll pine to play
the park’s challenging miniature
golf course, modeled after the sur-
rounding scenery.
3. Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf
Many of Colonial Williamsburg’s
buildings date to the 1700s, a time
when pirates plundered both land
and sea. Relive that scary period with
two 18-hole courses filled with sunken
ships, skeletons, and shooting cannons.
You’ll be held captive for hours.
4. Ripley’s Davy Crockett and Old
MacDonald’s Farm Mini-Golf
The level of theming is often what sep-
arates the “meh” from the “oh yeah”
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courses. These two definitely fall into
the latter category, delivering awesome
attention to detail and fantastic ani-
mated characters, including a country
music band consisting of woodland
5. Congo River Golf
Put on your explorer’s hat, grab a club,
and play a round in a lush African
jungle–like setting inspired by the
adventures of Stanley and Livingstone.
There are eight Congo River courses in
Florida from which to choose, includ-
ing a few in Central Florida.
6. Timber Falls Adventure Park
Situated on the shore of theWisconsin
River, Timber Falls’ four courses are
among the most scenic you’re likely to
play, and there’s plenty of summer shade,
courtesy of a delightful pine forest.
7. Shoot for the Stars Mini-Golf
Stars play right into Branson’s celebrity
infatuation. Start your round as a rising
Hollywood hotshot (complete with
your own talent agent dispensing
advice after each hole), then take a
Myrtle Beach:
Myrtle Beach is a golf lover’s dream destination, boasting more than 100 championship-caliber courses and
comfortable year-round temperatures. But did you know it is also known as the miniature golf capital of the
world? Among its 50-plus courses, Mayday Golf (stranded in the tropics), Jurassic Golf (dinosaurs), and
Dragon’s Lair Fantasy Golf (a fire-breathing serpent and a castle) are all worth your time.
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