There are three courses: Storybook (19 holes), Dinosaurs (19 holes), and Castle (28 holes). None share any holes, and there are fences between the courses. We picked the dinosaur course; took us about an hour. A giant brontosaurus, a pterodactyl, a volcano, and several other cleverly designed holes later and my kids (9 & 5) were sold. This is one of the most unique mini-golf courses I've been to. The volcano was our favorite hole, as we got to walk through it. The 19th "hole" is a machine inside that you just drop the ball into and press a button to see if you get a free game. Pretty good odds here--two of the four of us won free games, and at least one other person won one during the hour we were there! It's not on the sign, but the woman behind the counter said kids 3 & under were free and 4-year-olds are half price. Only reason I didn't give it 5 stars was that the place seems a bit run-down and their hours are super limited during off-season. (Closed during the week, open weekends 11-5, weather permitting.) But it was clean and the structures around the holes were safe to walk on as you played. A really fun afternoon!
A few notes: Bathrooms are NOT wheelchair/stroller accessible. There's a fold-down diaper-changing station in the women's bathroom; don't know about the men's. There are vending machines and coin-op kiddie rides inside the main room.
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