Everyone loves a game or two of mini golf! The whole family can get involved, from small kids to teenagers to grandparents. You won’t find a shortage of places to putt-putt when you’re here in the Smoky Mountains. We’ve gathered a list of the 5 best places to mini golf in Pigeon Forge!
1. Toy Box Mini Golf
The whole family will have a great time at Toy Box Mini Golf! This is one of the most unique and fun courses in Pigeon Forge. Let your inner child run free as you putt through a giant 18-hole wonderland of toys! You’ll see legos, dinosaurs, race cars, and more. Once you finish your round of golf, be sure to take advantage of the many photo ops around the course, then head inside to get the winner a prize from the toy store! There is also a laser maze and snacks and treats available as well.
2. Crave Golf Club
If you’re in the mood for something sweet, head over to Crave Golf Club! This attraction has indoor and outdoor mini golf courses that are candy themed with 19 holes each. For a spin on a classic game of putt-putt, you can play “Crave Style,” using a spinner to make the game more interesting. After you play a round, you can grab treats at the sweet shop and the milkshake bar. Not wanting the fun to end? Crave Golf Club even has mini bowling!
3. Lazerport Fun Center
Not only can you play laser tag and ride go-karts, but you can also play mini golf at Lazerport Fun Center! Their course has 18 holes full of fun, especially since it is the only black light indoor mini golf course in Pigeon Forge! Even on a rainy day, you and your family can enjoy a round of mini golf in Pigeon Forge. Everyone will love the space theme throughout the course with aliens, planets, and meteorites. You’ll want to keep playing once you’ve finished each round!
4. Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf
Get a sense of adventure when you play mini golf at Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf! You’ll find caves, a waterfall, a volcano, and a pirate ship as features on both courses. To get to the first holes, you’ll travel up the hill on a mining train. After you play one round, you can ask an Expedition Guide about the Mystery Hole because you may have won a free game! Even if you don’t win a free game but you still want to keep playing, you get a discount on your next game after you play your first round.
5. The Track
While most people enjoy going to The Track for go-karts and the arcade, you’ll also love playing mini golf here! Kids enjoy the safari animals, waterfalls, and dark tunnel features throughout the course. Once you finish one round, you’ll want to keep playing! After you finish your game, head over to the bumper boats or other thrill rides for even more fun.
6. Fun Stop
Step into a world of fantasy when you play mini golf at Fun Stop. You’ll pass castles where knights guard against fearsome dragons, and find beautiful mermaids and ferocious sea creatures in the water. Fun Stop has two putt-putt courses, and each one has 18 holes. Don’t want the fun to stop there? Try the go-karts, family rides, and games in the arcade!
With so many places to play mini golf in Pigeon Forge, you should get started now to play at all of them! If you’re wanting to know what other things there are to do while you’re on vacation, browse our attractions page for even more ideas.