What You'll Get
Miniature versions often present significant advantages—take the TV version of Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, the running time of which perfectly matches the average time between sour-gummy-worm cravings. Shrink your golf game down to size with today's Groupon which gets you a one-year individual or family pass to Jungle River Mini Golf, located in Aiea. Choose between the following two options:
*For $24, you get a one-year individual pass (a $49.99 value). *For $49, you get a one-year family pass, good for up to four people (a $99.99 value).
A one-year pass will get you year-round, unlimited access to Jungle River’s Amazon-inspired mini golf, perfect for putting your natural putting prowess to competitive use. The lush landscaping, vivid colors, and copious bamboo transports golfers to a land that time forgot, while shady cover protects them from a sun that their dermises can safely ignore. While refreshments are not covered by today's Groupon, Jungle River lists a menu of snacks, drinks, and barbecue plates for post-round refueling. Buy a solo pass for hours of hole-in-one-assisted self-reflection, or go for the family pass and bring three of your friends, cousins, or War of 1812–reenactment partners along each time for 18 holes of windmill-dodging leisure.
- This 18 hole jungle themed golf spot is small, but richly decorated (bright colors sure to please kids and lush shade providing trees sure to please parents), and is a lot of fun for kids who like to golf. – Danielle Dodge, Examiner
- I've been coming to this place for maybe a decade now… – Grant S., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 4, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only for golf pass. Not valid toward parties or food. Tax not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jungle River Mini Golf
Natural bamboo and wood fences surround the miniature fairways of Jungle River Mini Golf, whose aptly named course pits putters against a slew of jungle-themed obstacles. Like rainforest explorers, groups of golfers hack through the wild landscape, forgoing machetes for colorful putters or spring-loaded spatulas sized to accommodate guests of all ages. Monkeypod trees, palms, crotons, and banana plants drape over the course, framing many attractions including sculptures of friendly gorillas and dinosaurs emerging from tar pits. The course also features large bridges and waterfalls that meander throughout to create sharp turns and contoured greens.