First off, if you are serious about mini golf, or are competitive when playing, don't go here! This place is run-down and never was that good in the first place, probably. However, it isn't terrible. We had a lot of fun there with little kids. This place is small and accesible to people of all ages. The putters are cheap and the holes are easy. The decorations are campy, and they go from tiki hut to zoo and back to tiki hut themed. What I liked about it was it is not pretentious. This place is very up front about what it is. Of course they say $5 to play all day. But, the course is so small, that you might play twice. They know there is little danger of you staying all day. It is shady, which is really nice in the summer. I had no problem with bugs.
This was the first mini golf experience for our two girls ages 2 and 4. They liked it, and to me, that was ll that mattered. If you want really fancy golf and new, sophisticated courses, go to one of the 4 or 5 other places in town. If you want a little fun at a decent price for an hour, this is your place.
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