Mini golf is one of those activities that’s fun for the whole family. Check out these spots that boast realistic forest settings to ranges with whimsical fantasy villages and windmills in and around Seattle.MoreLess
Located between Magnolia and Queen Anne, Interbay Golf Center is the perfect place for some serious mini golf. It doesn’t boast the traditional flair of windmills, but it does offer an 18-hole course that isn’t too challenging, but will keep them entertained. Editor's note: Interbay's mini golf course is open for first-come-first-serve games. Groups are limited to five players, and using your own equipment is recommended (although their putters and balls are sanitized between uses).
The Snohomish Vally Golf Center boasts an 18-hole championship mini golf course, but don’t feel overwhelmed, it’s just a game. Set within views of the Cascade Mountain Range, the golf center offers a course with cascading waterfall and a meandering creek creating a peaceful and tranquil environment. Currently, groups of five (from the same household) can test their putt putt skills on the course.
With a name like Family Fun Center, you know this place has got to be awesome. The courses were built with kids in mind, so you’re going to find lots of wild and wacky holes to keep your little golfers stimulated. Editor's note: The Family Fun Center in Tukwila is open with limited hours, additional safety measures and masks required for guests over 5. The Edmonds location has closed again.
Don't let the name change fool you, at this fun course, golfers are encouraged to take a journey through the wilderness where they might encounter an eagle, coyote, cougar and bear while also trying to avoid a variety of hazards. Stay on the trail or you might get a scolding from a grouchy bear. Editor's note: Rainbow Run is open. Guests are encouraged to bring their own equipment, but loaners are available. Masks are required. Please call 425-885-5476 to reserve a time slot.
A trip to play mini golf at this Puyallup location is sure to elicit giggles and smiles out of your little ones. There are two courses to choose from and if they tire of swinging their clubs, this fun park has just about everything that kids could want: go karts, batting cages and concession stands. Be sure to hit up the ATM before you arrive as this is a cash only course. Don’t worry though if you forget, there is an ATM on site. Editor's note: Mike N' Terry's is open. Call for hours.
A family fave since the '60s, Parkland Putters in Tacoma is a real crowd-pleaser. They offer four different courses ranging from easy to hard, all complete with hidden holes, sand traps and much more. Bring your A game as they award ribbons to the winners at the end of each game.
While mostly known for it amazing ropes course and ziplines, the High Trek Adventures park in Everett added an 18-hold miniature golf course for those who would prefer to stay grounded or would like to add a little more fun to their visit. The park is also one of the cheapest locations to visit, too. Good to Know: If you purchase a ropes course, your golf game is just $5.