A South Suburban Parks and Recreation course, Family Sports Golf Course showcases a nine-hole, par 31 layout that loops around a two-tier driving range. True to its name, the course caters to all members of the family, including seasoned adults practicing their short game touch, beginning juniors making a smooth foray into the game, and grandmothers looking to back up claims of 350-yard drives. Renovated in 2009, the two-tier driving range invites players to hone their stroke on one of 25 grass tees or 30 tees that are covered, lighted, and heated year-round.
Whether it’s the tiny town buildings, flowering gardens, or obstacle-like oddities that capture one's imagination, Putter's Pride evokes an ambiance of adventure as guests traverse its three 18-hole mini golf courses. From a toilet seat left ajar to a pink windmill and a purple dragon protruding from the turf, the unusual hole designs keep golfers guessing and scratching their heads with their clubs as they match putts with opponents during a round, which takes about 45 minutes. Around the greens’ edges, streams splash down tiered stone waterfalls, colorful blossoms overflow from wooden flowerboxes, and farm animals look out from the side of a pink barn to referee putter swordfights to determine the authenticity of an alleged hole-in-one.
The whimsical decor facilitates fun at birthday parties, where guests can chow down on their own snacks and cake around multicolored picnic tables before hitting the pintsize putting grounds.
Looking to put a new spin on a classic family activity, the minds behind Glowgolf decided to give the game a phosphorescent update. Incandescent courses place friends and family amid a tropical-fantasy golf world of neon orange, green, and violet surroundings. Players putt luminous orbs through vibrant treasure chests and glimmering windmills while negotiating tricky obstacles near walls portraying black-light-lit aquatic scenes. With more than 20 locations spread over 10 states, Glowgolf's fluorescent labyrinths challenge human players and traveling gnomes.
We used to be known as Funputter park. We are a family entertainment center. We have 18 holes of mini-golf with a 19th where you can win a free game. we have five batting cages 2 slow pitch softball and 3 baseball going at 40mph, 50mph, and 75mph. We also have a human maze see how long it takes to find your way through.
Nestled in a gently rolling valley of the Rocky Mountain foothills, Raccoon Creek takes golfers meandering across 7,045 yards of fairways dotted with scenic water hazards. To compensate for its somewhat sparse tree lines, the course?s fairways and greens are flanked with a multitude of cavernous bunkers that?unlike guessing where the plumber hid the toilet seat?challenges players without sacrificing fun. Glassy waters and sprawling golf-ball beaches wreathe the green at the 17th hole, creating a daunting tee shot that earned it the distinction of the course?s signature hole. For those who prefer to cruise the links in a cozy conveyance, Raccoon Creek?s carts are all equipped with GPS technology, which keeps players abreast of the whereabouts of upcoming greens, intervening hazards, and heist-planning squirrels. A fully stocked pro shop, driving range, and scenic restaurant round out Raccoon Creek?s course-side facilities.
Fun City's laser maze, go-kart racing, and other attractions are a siren's call to groups looking for safe, thrilling entertainment. At one of the Denver area's largest indoor entertainment centers, three and a half acres of attractions—including inflatables, laser tag, and a rock-climbing wall—invite kids to run wild. An in-house bowling alley with Crazy Cosmic Bowling on Friday and Saturday nights plays host to hundreds of frames nightly. The pinnacle of this mecca of fun is the three-story foam factory, which blasts, drops, and tosses foam balls for endless enjoyment. Once young ones tucker themselves out, an arcade with virtual driving games, air hockey, and skee-ball can grant a sedentary reprieve. Winnable arcade tickets can be redeemed for prizes such as bikes or stuffed animals. To help visitors refuel, Fun City's kitchen churns out specialty pizzas, burgers, and burritos as well as alcoholic drinks for adults, and their party packages combine it all with private rooms and discounts on game credits.