Did you know that August is National Golf Month? While our kids might not have the patience for 18 holes, we’re surely down for a round or two of mini-golf in honor of this occasion. Mini-golf is one of those activities that is pure fun for all ages. No matter if you’re good at putting or just out there giving it your best, it’s a great activity for the entire family. Here’s where you can can try to score a hole-in-one in Austin:
–> Peter Pan Mini-Golf
1207 Barton Springs Rd.
Peter Pan Mini-Golf has been an Austin tradition since 1946. You can’t help but love being surrounded by such an assortment of giant, whimsical, brightly-colored sculptures. It’s great for all ages, affordable, quirky and has two 18-hole courses to choose from. Take note that you can even bring your own coolers with beverages (no glass). Click here for current hours. Fees are cash only — ages 6 & up: $7 for one course, $11 for both courses; ages 5 & under: $5 for one course, $9 for both.
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–> Austin’s Park N Pizza
16231 IH-35, Pflugerville
Austin’s Park has two 18-hole miniature golf courses which wind around exciting water features and other fun obstacles. The price is $6.50/person for 18 holes or you can opt to buy an Unlimited Package, in which mini-golf is included. Click here for those pricing options. Austin’s Park N Pizza is open seven days a week. Their hours vary slightly between summer and the school year. So you can visit their website for current hours & more info.
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–> Main Event
13301 N. Hwy 183
If you want to try something really exciting, check out the glow-in-the-dark, 18-hole flourescent mini-golf inside Main Event in North Austin. This indoor fun center also offers bowling, rock climbing, laser tag and an arcade. A round of mini-golf costs $7 during the week and $9 per person on weekends. Click here for info on hours and info on other attractions.
–> Daybreak Golf Park
5971 Hi-Line, Lake Travis
Daybreak Golf Park has an 18-hole miniature golf course on the shores of Lake Travis. Not only are there stone obstacles to putt through, but there are also a variety of water features to maneuver as well. The cost is $6/person for the first game and $4/person for the second game. Children under age 5 are free with a paying adult. Daybreak also offers boat rentals and gemstone mining. Click here for hours and more info.
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