Mini-Golfing is one of my favorite things to do in this area! There are tons of places to go mini-golfing in the area, and my husband and I have tried 4 of them so far! I have found them each to be very enjoyable in their own unique way! In addition to those 4, I will mention one more to make it an even 5 (they are listed in no particular order)!
Firehouse Golf sits in the center of the Walden’s Landing shopping center in Pigeon Forge. Every time I pass by, I long to stop there and try it out! It just looks SO fun! They have two 18-hole courses with a total of 6 waterfalls and all kinds of firehouse and fireman themed decor! And of course, just a few steps away sits Firehouse Subs, one of my favorite places to eat!
Hillbilly Golf is a mainstay of Gatlinburg! It has been around as long as I can remember! You get to ride the incline up the side of a steep hill into the woods, get out at the top, and work your way down one of two courses, both interspersed with old farming equipment! It was definitely challenging, and an enjoyable experience!
Ripley’s Davy Crockett Mini-Golf
I think this will have to be my favorite place so far! The Davy Crockett Mini-Golf sits at stop light #1 in Gatlinburg. It features two 18-hole courses, one of them a little more challenging than the other. While playing, enjoy extremely fun props, some of which move and make noise. Some of these are triggered when you make certain shots! Fun music plays all around! When you’re done, head across the street to Heifer’s Dairy Dip for some delicious hand-dipped ice cream! Then keeping walking across the next street and rent a cabin from ERA in the Smokies!
Ripley’s Old MacDonald Mini-Golf
This is probably the biggest mini-golfing place I’ve seen so far, and is also tons of fun! It sits in front of the Tanger outlet mall, so you can drop off the avid shoppers in your family, and those of you who would rather play mini-golf or enjoy the arcade can do so! This one has three 18-hole courses, again, with extremely fun props, music, and sounds to enjoy along the way!
The Track Mini-Golf
Going to the Track Mini-Golf was my husband’s pick, and I have to say, it was a good choice! It also offers two 18-hole courses, and the one we did was challenging and enjoyable, winding around interesting props of bright colors, up a hill, and back down, etc. I would definitely recommend this one as a one-stop-shop for those who might also be interested in go-carts, bumper-boats, an arcade, and much more!
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