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Top 5 local minigolf hot spots
Some have windmills, some have caves and some have pirate ships. Miniature golf is a fun way for families to spend time together during warm summer nights, and Central Pa. has no shortage of putt-putt courses to visit. Check out our five of our favorite local courses:
Liberty Forge Miniature Golf:
This course, tucked along the Yellow Breeches at 3804 Lisburn Road, Mechanicsburg. is available for birthday parties. The course also allows kids to play miniature golf while parents visit the driving range.
Yogeys Miniature Golf:
Yogeys, at 10 S. 22nd St., Lebanon, takes golfers on a real pirate adventure. The golf course features an 80-foot pirate ship with cannons and several water hazards. The owner recommends players don’t wander to far off the course or they might stumble upon the pirate cemetery. Yogeys also includes an ice cream parlor which is well-known for its giant banana splits.
If you’re looking to take your golf game to the next level, why not try golfing in the middle of the Susquehanna River? Water Golf on City Island offers a gorgeous view of the river, plus waterfalls and 60-foot walking bridge.
Boulders Mini Golf:
Boulders Mini Golf course can be found along Route 30 in Lancaster County at 312 Primrose Lane, Mountville. The course winds in and around lakes and ponds as well as through a covered bridge built by local Amish craftsmen. There is also an ice cream parlor and grill next to the course for families to enjoy after the game.
Jim Mack’s Cones and Clubs:
Cone’s and Clubs, 5745 Lincoln Highway, York, packs a bundle of fun family activities into the golfing experience. In addition to the 24 holes that take golfers through a pirate ship and other fun obstacles, visitors will get to see several live animals including a black bear and peacock. Cones and Clubs also features an arcade and ice cream parlor.