Pennsylvania Mini Golf (page 5)

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Wildwood Highlands Family Fun Center [gone]
Wildwood, PA
The Family Fun Center was built in 2000. It featured an arcade, go-karts, laser tag, bumper boats, and snow tubing in winter. There were two mini golf courses: one with a castle theme and this more interesting one with a "tropical" theme. Although this was a modern course, I included it since it had some tiki elements and some clever holes. The business was renamed the Wildwood Sports & Entertainment Complex. It is now known as the North Park Sports Complex. The mini golf courses are gone.

Hopwood, PA
Kavernputt is a wonderful and unique cave-like course which opened in 1999. Laurel Caverns is Pennsylvania's largest commercial cave. The mini golf is indoors, entered through the visitor center and gift shop. The photos here don't do the place justice or show how much fun it is. It's very dark with eerie lighting, stalactites, and rocky obstacles. For more, see this website.

Philly Mini Golf
Philadelphia, PA
Philly Mini Golf was built in Franklin Square in 2006. The 18-hole course features obstacles with a Philadelphia theme. Among them are: Elfreth's Alley, the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, the Philadelphia Museum of Art ("Rocky Steps"), the LOVE statue, and the Liberty Bell. [map]

Waltz Golf Farm
Limerick, PA
Waltz Golf Farm features two courses: one with a farm theme and the other with a castle theme. It opened in 1964. For more, see this website. [map]

Dutch Gardens Miniature Golf Course
Ephrata, PA
The Dutch Gardens Miniature Golf Course is owned by the 222 Dutch Lanes bowling alley next door. [map]

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