I drive by this place al of the time, and rarely see cars in the lot. I wanted to take my kids to play mini golf, and was persuaded by my wife to go there because the aerial picture looked nice and it was only $6 for unlimited play. I did not think that the view from the street appeared well-maintained. We were looking forward to unlimited play. After the third hole we decided to play through and leave. We did not care about keeping score. The carpeting was peeled back and covered with leaves and twigs. The water features were not working, and what water was around was filled with pond scum. There were weeds all around, and plants needed trimmed. The glass was broken in the lighthouse. And, although these are listed as par two holes, the slope around the hole prevent the ball from stopping any where near the hole for an easy putt-in. I do not wish the owners any ill will, only success. I think a lot of it has to do with the location in a low-income area. The go karts are a good thing, if they are running at a decent speed. The zip line is not a good investment, as it is too short to bring much enjoyment -- maybe 3 seconds worth. The interior of the building with the arcade and snack shop was dark, and therefore looked dirty. This property needs a lot of loving care and marketing to bring it to where people from outside the immediate area will feel safe enough to venture there and to go back. I may go there for the go karts, but only if it appears that they are not slow after watching for a while. I will not go there for anything else.
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