Florida Miniature Golf & Games

Miniature golf is a popular pastime in Florida. There many courses around the state, concentrating most prominently near the central Florida theme parks. Mini golf can be a relaxing and inexpensive way to enjoy your Florida vacation in between days spent at the theme parks or at the beach. It’s also a fun activity for locals looking for a different way to spend your day.

This family entertainment center and waterpark has two locations in Florida, both near Jacksonville. It includes two 18-hole miniature golf courses, each with a unique theme, laser tag, batting cages, go-karts, a junior coaster, and an arcade complete with tickets to get some awesome prizes. The first Adventure Landing theme park was opened in 1995 in Jacksonville Beach by Adventure Entertainment Company. Since then, nine more theme parks have made their construction in the United States and continue to bring fun to families who visit every year. 

There is so much fun to be had at Boomers! in Boca Raton. Some of the attractions include Bumper Cars, Mini Golf, Go Carts (some specifically for the little ones), Bumper Boats, a climbing rock wall, laser tag, and some batting cages to get some swinging practice in. It's the perfect way to spend a few hours of the day or celebrate a birthday party. There's a game room full of new and exciting games like ICE Man, where players have to shoot water at the video screen to freeze attacking zombies,. The Injustice game brings DC characters to life on the screen and who doesn't love being a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle? Food includes all your favorite carnival fare like pizza, chicken tenders, pretzels, nachos, funnel cakes, and Dippin' Dots ice cream.

A one of a kind amusement park, Celebration Station has some epic fun to be had. There are only five of these amusement parks throughout the United States, and one just so happens to be located in Florida. There's bumper boats for those hot days and the days that you just want to beat people up, in a fun and not-dangerous way. There's also an arcade filled with all kinds of games and prizes to be won, mini-golf, go-karts, laser tag, and playland rides like a roller coaster and swings. For those feeling extra jumpy, check out the Eurobungy, which is safe for all ages. This "ride" allows it's users to jump as high as 24 feet into the air and showing off is allowed, so try a flip if you want!

Congo River Golf has 8 different locations in the state of Florida and it's so much fun here! The mini golf course is perfect for those with little kids, as well as the gemstone mining feature that sits on the grounds. But what makes this place so unique is the fact that there are live alligators here to pet and feed. Only the baby alligators can be held and pet but the bigger ones are more interesting to watch when they eat. So find a location near you to check this cool experience!

Disney's Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course has two lovely 18-hole mini golf courses. "A Family-Friendly Adventure" is full of whimsical scenes and it's fun for all ages. If you're looking for something a little more challenging yet fun, give "A Thrilling Challenge" a try!

Looking to play mini golf in a relaxing tropical setting? Hawaiian Rumble Adventure Golf is the perfect place. With a beautiful golf course surrounded by swaying palms and dramatic waterfalls, you'll feel as if you're on vacation!

This mini golf course is inspired by the 1950s era. As guests enter a classic drive-in theater box office area they can choose from either a "single-feature" (18 holes) or a "double-feature" (36 holes).

The escapades and tales of several of the most notorious pirates are brought to life at this amazingly well done mini golf course. Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf is about more than just cascading waterfalls and extraordinary landscaping, it's one of the best-enchanted themed mini golf courses in town!

Looking for a cool trendy place for mini golf? Putting Edge should definitely be on your list. If you decide to visit, get ready to step out of reality into an illuminated world with no limits. They're definitely what some call "an escape from the ordinary."

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Making a Day Trip to Daytona Beach
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