Did you know that August is National Golf Month? While our kids might not have the patience for 18 holes on a big course, 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.
Read our review for more info.

So much to love about Peter Pan Mini-Golf! Photo by Roger Ho


–> 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.
Read our review of Austin’s Park n’ Pizza.

Mini-golf at Austin’s Park n’ Pizza


–> Main Event
13301 N. Hwy 183
If you want to try something 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.

Glow-in-the-dark golf! Photo from the Main Event website.


–> Duke’s Adventure Golf
1716 E Slaughter Lane
This family owned and operated mining themed miniature golf course with 18 holes is located in South Austin. It has a party area for birthdays, corporate events, field trips and other group outings. Outside food and beverages are allowed, as well as BYOB (just no glass containers). Click here for hours and pricing info.

South Austin’s mining-themed mini golf. Photo from Duke’s Adventure Golf Facebook page.

–> 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.

Photo from the Daybreak Boat Rentals Facebook Page

Monster Mini Golf
3916 Gattis School Rd., Round Rock
Monster Mini Golf offers 18 holes of glow-in-the-dark blacklight mini golf surrounded by custom art and creative and animated props. While golfing, you can interact with animated monsters that move & talk. You can also play laser tag and a variety of games in the arcade. Click here for pricing and hours.

Beware of glowing monsters. Photo from the Monster Mini-Golf Facebook page.


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