Monster Mini Golf welcomes guests of all ages with 18 holes of spooky, glow-in-the-dark fun. Fog machines, colorful lasers, and special effects lighting surround the custom-designed indoor course. Meanwhile, an energetic soundtrack of 70s, 80s, and 90s party music keeps spirits high as the visitors conquer each hole’s monster-themed obstacles and hazards. In between songs, the course DJ pumps up the crowds with interactive games and trivia questions, rewarding lucky winners with take-home prizes. Groups of family and friends can visit Monster Mini Golf’s arcade and play on the glowing air hockey tables, skee ball machines, and other games.
Founded by three Scandinavian families in 1977, Scandia Family Fun Center flings open its doors and invites families in for afternoons of youthful fantasy. Manicured hedges and lush green mounds dot the center’s challenging miniature golf course, while go-karts rumble past on the Stockholm Raceway. The sounds of splashing and laughter not only indicate the birth of a pirate, but also a gentle collision between Baltic Sea bumper boats, accompanied by the crack of speeding baseballs and softballs at the batting cages. The center’s Scandia Screamer lifts passengers 165 feet into the air before accelerating to speeds of 65 mph, while the Swedish Scrambler opts for a more amenable 25 mph. Visitors can also exercise their opposable thumbs at a fully-stocked arcade, visit Scandia's snack bar brimming with pizza, hot dogs, and churros.
The perfect engagement for a sunny day, Golfland Sunsplash provides plenty of putting fun for all ages at Golfland Sunsplash in Roseville.
Every great place has a restaurant on the side. When you come to this park, it's no different.
This park is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along.
Refine your racing skills at Golfland Sunsplash and engage in a little go-kart action.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Walking onto one of Scandia Family Center’s two award-winning golf courses feels like traversing a quaint corner of the Scandinavian countryside. Shingled houses and windmills dot the landscape, which kids of all ages eye while zooming past in a go-kart or bumper boat. Inside, toddlers climb, crawl, and slide in the three floors of the clubhouse, and up to 25 players take aim in the Lasertron-designed laser-tag facility. Before leaving, kids and adults face off at more than 200 arcade games or grab a bite to eat at the snack bar.
Ghost Golf, open since 2010, is an indoor, fully themed, miniature golf course set in a creepy, haunted graveyard. Owner and creator Daryn Coleman took his life-time passion and crafted a horror wonderland where customers can weave through 18 holes of animatronics and special effects. Over the years, the attractions evolved into masterly designed crypts, skeletons, and other scary ephemera. Ghost Golf is also one of the first wheelchair accessible miniature golf courses in the country, so everyone can bask in all it's creature-filled glory.
Bring your A game to Twain Harte's Twain Harte Miniature Golf — this may be mini golf, but that doesn't mean it's any less competitive.
With food just the way you like it, this club elevates your restaurant experience just on the level of taste.
Save money on a sitter — kids are welcome to join in the fun at this club.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.