Abundant rides and games find their way into every corner of Tee Time Family Fun Center's indoor and outdoor playgrounds, which keeps guests of all ages enthralled throughout their visit. After entering the facility, it's not long before kids are hugging the racetrack’s turns from behind go-kart wheels, accelerating their bumper cars or bumper boats into fellow participants’ vessels, or parading their putting skills at an 18-hole mini golf course, voted Best Miniature Golf in 2009 by Riverfront Times. A 3-D maze coaxes puzzle solvers through its black-lit labyrinth, and a multi-level soft-play area accommodates crawling tykes with its tunnels, tubes, and crawling seminars taught by worms. After playing racing games in the arcade, patrons can re-energize with pizza, chicken wings, or a slice of cheesecake from The Cheesecake Factory at the snack bar.
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Sure you could eat at home, but you'll want to take advantage of this course's restaurant for high-class food.
Bring the whole clan to this course — kids and parents will love the ambience here.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
If you're lucky, when you shoot the 18th hole, you might even win a free game at Aloha Pitch N Putt's mini golf place in Saint Louis.
Go out for a game of golf (mini golf, that is) and have a blast at Fairview Heights' Centerfield Park.
Check out the restaurant at this course for a delicious meal.
Grab the kids when you head to this course — its family-oriented atmosphere perfect for the whole clan.
Rev your engines! Centerfield Park's go-kart races are the perfect way to spend your day.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Interactive bumper cars, 80 arcade games, and the tubes, tunnels, and slides of a soft playground all nestle within the 12,000-square-foot Swing-A-Round Fun Town facility in Fenton. Outside, waterfalls and fountains surround three professionally designed outdoor mini golf courses, and a mammoth pond accommodates 15 colliding bumper boats. The fun continues at the kiddie kart track for youngsters 3–8 years old or the more than 1,100-foot adult track, where kids can join a parent in a double-seat go-kart whose second steering wheel allows tykes to pretend drive and practice ignoring hitchhikers. Elsewhere, nine batting cages test players' homerun hitting skills with softball slow and fast pitches or baseballs flung at 35–80 mph.
Named St. Louis’s Best Driving Range by the Riverfront Times in 2007, Family Golf & Learning Center earns praise as an encouraging environment in which golfers of all levels can hone their games. The lighted range boosts golfers with a second story of hitting stations stacked on top of the first that offers a bird’s-eye view, if that bird is sitting on the head of a giraffe. The range also features both real zoysia-grass tees as well as artificial-turf tees, and it stays open year-round thanks to heaters that prevent golf clubs’ handles from developing frostbite.
Once thoroughly limbered up, golfers can tee off on the par 3 course, where a maximum hole length of 160 yards allows for practice with short strokes and putting. Should self-improvement reach a plateau, the center’s instructors stand ready to help players make further strides through onsite lessons.
Course at a Glance:
Nine-hole, par 27 course
Total length of 1,124 yards from the back tees
Three sets of tees per hole