Bounce FunPlex & Mini Golf specializes in gravity-defying fun. In one area, kids jump extra high atop floors and walls made of trampolines?playing dodgeball or practicing flips into brightly colored foam pits. In another area, youngsters leap around inflatable bounce houses, decorated with gleeful cartoon characters. Visitors saving their jump energy for an upcoming moon mission can partake in the complex's 18-hole mini-golf course, complete with a tinkling waterfall.
The corn maze's 3.5 miles of twisting pathways trace a pictorial pattern as they encircle wandering patrons, who usually take 45 minutes to two hours to re-emerge. Customers equipped with a flashlight can up the ante by navigating the agrarian labyrinth in the dark on Friday and Saturday nights or by evading its extraterrestrial caretakers when they descend to prune the walls. T-Burg Mini Golf challenges pintsize putters with an artfully landscaped 18-hole course and a corn maze with 3.5 miles of paths. Entrants of any age can nudge golf balls through sculpted green slopes and around mini hazards while sharpening their botanical know-how with views of more than 2,000 native plants. Like a downed gladiator who suddenly remembers the blowgun in his pocket, the course's 19th Plinko hole can remix player rankings moments before the game's conclusion.
Chuckster's 18-hole course casts balls along the humps and twists of elongated greens and optional watery passages, earning it the honor of hosting the 2010 National Miniature Golf championship, while three other entertainment options encourage climbing, bouncing, and twirling. Chuckster's rock-climbing wall grants geology-enthusiasts a 27-foot ascent, while jumpsters places guests in a bouncy harness to catapult, twirl, flip, and practice future moon landings. Aeroball pits gamers against each other as they bounce on a trampoline to make hoops, combining the hand-eye coordination of basketball with the restlessness of kangaroos in elevators. Delicious ice-cream cones await all golfers, climbers, and aeroballers after they finish putting their final hole or tearfully reuniting with gravity, and Chuckster’s also hosts live music every Thursday evening starting at 7 p.m.
Helmed by lifelong Cortland residents Stephen and Patricia Jordan, Shipwreck Golf Amusement Center regales fun-seeking guests of all abilities with three engaging attractions. The 18-hole, indoor black light mini-golf course takes putt-putters on a pilgrimage through a 450-foot labyrinth of smooth faux-greens framed by phosphorescent murals depicting underwater ruins and neon incarnations of each golfer’s embarrassing yearbook photos. Playful music is complemented by emerald corridors that snake through a pirate-themed pastiche of misting waterfalls, wooden ships, and lush palm trees. The scampering feet of kids age 2–10 can bounce, bound, and barrel roll across the cushy floor of the bounce houses that populate Shipwreck’s play area, which also includes a dress-up area, two play houses, and a play office where kids can jubilantly file tax forms.
Black light gives obstacles an alluring glow at Glowgolf at Lycoming Mall, adjacent to Sears. Here, a ZAP machine lights up golf balls, making them easy for players to track. As visitors traverse the holes, they wander amongst black-lit images of far-off planets and undersea monsters. The course is also a great place to celebrate birthdays, reinforce team-building exercises, or see how much lint you have on your pants.
Conesus Golf Club is a breathtaking course located in the hills of Conesus, NY. The 35 year old full service golf and banquet facility features an 18 hole, par 71 golf course, a recently remodeled banquet facility, full bar, and all grass driving range. Known for our speedy pace of play, you'll have time to enjoy it all!