Time to Show Off Your Best Trick Shots
Don’t be fooled—it takes a lot of skill to hit the ball through the blades of a windmill at just the right moment. Competition can get pretty fierce among friends and family. Bragging rights are on the line, and everyone wants to be the first to score a hole in one.
NEPA’s mini golf courses are open for the season. From classic courses to indoor glow golf, the options are endless. Oh, and did we mention the ice cream? Most mini golf courses offer sweet treats too.
Pick up a putter, choose your golf ball and embrace your silly side. There’s no sand trap that can stand in your way of summertime fun.
And don’t forget, for all of our friends, families and neighbors, continue observing all recommended health and safety precautions to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Practice You Putting at These Mini Golf Courses:
Lahey Family Fun Park
Two mini golf courses mean double the fun. The courses at Lahey Family Fun Park in Clarks Summit boast five waterfalls and peaceful forest views. Make a day of it and visit their other attractions like the go karts, bumper boats, arcade and batting cages.
940 Golf n’ Fun
Spend the summer vacation at 940 Golf n’ Fun in Pocono Lake. Go head-to-head with friends and family on the 18-hole course. They also have a paintball target range, bungee trampoline, arcade, driving range, batting cages, bumper cars and an ice cream parlor.
Heisler’s Cloverleaf Dairy
Show off your mini golf skills at Heisler’s Cloverleaf Dairy in Tamaqua. They have two 18-hole courses that are decked out with a waterwheel, ponds and a mining village. Don’t forget to stop for a treat at their famous dairy bar.
Costa’s Family Fun Park
The kids (and the young at heart) will have a blast at the 18-hole mini golf course at Costa’s Family Fun Park in Hawley. Keep the family busy all day with additional activities like go karting, waterslides, laser tag, bumper boats, batting cages and a driving range.
Idle Hours North
Rainy days won’t ruin your family fun. Move your game indoors at the glow-in-the-dark mini golf course at Idle Hours North in Scranton. This 9-hole course has an underwater adventure theme complete with black light features. The entire course is handicap accessible.
Harding’s Dairy Bar & Golf
Harding’s Dairy Bar & Golf in Tunkhannock has been a summer tradition for over 40 years. Their 18-hole course is full of zany obstacles. After the game, treat everyone to a barbecue lunch and a sundae at their ice cream stand.
Carousel Water & Fun Park
Score a hole in one at Carousel Water & Fun Park in Beach Lake. Their 18-hole mini golf course and snack bar are open for the 2020 season.
Pikes Creek Raceway Park
Make your way through the obstacles at the 18-hole mini golf course at Pikes Creek Raceway Park in Hunlock Creek. Keep the competition going with a race on the go kart track or a battle on the bumper karts.
Valley Scoops and More
Summertime is sweet at Valley Scoops and More in Sugarloaf. Challenge your friends and family to a round on their 18-hole mini golf course. Cool off afterwards at their ice cream stand, which has over 30 flavors.