With a huge variety of courses to choose from, Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains might just be the mini golf capital of the world! To help you avoid the courses that aren’t worth your time, Smoky Mountain Navigator has put together a list of the top 6 places for the best mini golf in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg:
1. Ripley’s Davy Crockett Mini-Golf
Get ready for a great adventure on these two beautifully landscaped 18-hole courses that are perfectly situated in view of the mountains. You can choose to play one or both courses, and you can expect to be taken on a journey that reveals more of Davy Crockett’s amazing adventures as your game progresses. Interactive displays, rustic wood buildings, and statues of cartoon bears and raccoons all help to make the courses at Ripley’s Davy Crockett Mini Golf the most original that you’ve ever seen. A great arcade is also on the premises for those who enjoy gaming.
2. Ripley’s Old MacDonald’s Farm Mini-Golf
Come play on three courses at Ripley’s Old MacDonald’s Farm Mini Golf that range from super easy fun for the youngest children, medium difficulty for older children, and challenging for experienced mini golfers. Guests can look forward to animated animals, fun interactive elements, and elaborate water features at a number of holes. Kids will also love the Farm’s state-of-the-art arcade!
3. Crave Golf Club
For a unique and fun mini-golf experience, visit Crave Golf Club in Pigeon Forge! Crave Golf Club is Pigeon Forge’s only 19-hole rooftop course. You’ll have to putt through an exciting course filled with gumball trees, giant lollipops and other sweet treats as you work your way up from the ground level onto the roof. To make things more interesting, you’ll have multi-challenge holes that will test your skills! And you won’t have to worry about the weather ruining your fun, because Crave Golf Club also has Pigeon Forge’s only 19-hole indoor course, where you’ll get to putt through cliffs of cocoa, a sugar safari and ice cream sculpted canyons! After you golf, treat the winner to a signature shake from the Milkshake Bar or some candy from the Sweet Shop!
4. Circus Golf
Perfect for a rainy day, Circus Golf is a one-of-a-kind indoor mini golf course. Featuring black lights and an amazing circus theme throughout all 18 holes, you are sure to enjoy a fun adventure. You will even be provided with 3-D glasses if you want to make your game even more awesome! Truly realistic virtual displays and excellent animated circus characters add to the charm, and you can also enjoy an exciting mirror maze onsite.
Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf offers guests the opportunity to join Professor Duffer A. Hacker as he searches for hidden gold and diamond mines off the coast of South America. A mining train will transport you to the top of the mountain to begin your game. You can choose to play either one or both of the 18-holes courses, and you can expect to enjoy an expedition among waterfalls, caves, a temple, a pirate ship and a volcano as your game progresses.
6. Safari Golf at The Track
The Track isn’t just for racing go karts! The attraction has plenty of fun things to do for the whole family, including Safari Golf! Safari Golf is an animated miniature golf experience that golfers of all ages can enjoy. Kids will love encounters with a variety of jungle animals throughout the course, and the dark tunnels and waterfalls make the course even more exciting!
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