For a hole-in-one on your next family outing, head to one of Atlanta’s top spots for mini golf. Whether you’re into pirates, aliens or skyline views, Atlanta’s mini golf scene has you covered. Call ahead for hours and restrictions before you go.MoreLess
While it may not be Pebble Beach, Skyline Park on top of Ponce City Market offers hands-down the best view in Atlanta when it comes to mini-golf. With the city lights twinkling around you, your pint sized putters won't even mind if they miss a hole-in-one. In addition to the course, there is a giant slide, carnival games, concessions, and more.
Have out-of-this-world fun at Lunar Mini Golf, where glowing holes of golf await your skills. Multiple locations in Atlanta.
An indoor, monster-themed mini golf place that works even when the weather is a bit scary? Why not? This glow-in-the-dark golf course will have older kids squealing with excitement but might be a bit much if you have small children that tend to scare easily. The animated props at every turn, challenging course, on-site arcade and live DJ spinning tunes are a perfect match for families with older kids looking for a frighteningly fun time.
The Great Locomotive Chase Adventure Golf is a gem of a course in Stone Mountain Park. What this putt-putt course lacks in slick special effects it makes up for in serenity. Let the kids putt around broken tracks and dodge an oncoming train in a cool tunnel feature. Keep in mind that the mini golf course is only available on "Attractions Open" days at the park. You can check the schedule online before heading out for a round.
Looking for some solid old-school family entertainment? Head to Mountasia for a round (or two, or three—the prices are really reasonable and kids 5 and under play for free) of mini golf, then head over to the go-karts (drivers must be 18 and 54" tall, passengers 36" tall) or inside to the arcade.
Sometimes you just need to be a little groovy. At Glow Galaxy, the glowing mini golf and inflatables can't be beat. With an Open Play option for children ages 2-12 (drop off is available during Open Play for children ages 4-12), grown ups get in free. Just be sure to call ahead, as Open Play hours change weekly.
Head to Roswell's Area 51 funplex for two 18-hole, family-friendly miniature golf courses—complete with a pirate ship, water falls, and the nearby Aurora Cineplex for post-putt movie going.
A pirate ship, cascading waterfalls and meandering streams make the 27 holes of this mini course a true treasure. A recent refitting and update of the pirate ship, along with a course renovation, make Pirate's Cove one of Atlanta's more modern mini golf meccas.