Mini golf is a fun sport to play with the family. Miniature golf parks are often theme-based, and players can enjoy being drawn into the fantasy world while competing with each other. The next time you want to take the family out for a fun afternoon or evening of mini-golf in the Lewisville, Texas, area, check out these cool locations.
Monster Mini Golf
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A great place to celebrate a birthday party or special event is Monster Mini Golf over in Frisco. The mini-golf course features an exciting blacklight experience with glow-in-the-dark walls painted with pop art and whimsical paintings. As you move along the course you’ll encounter animated monsters that talk, wiggle, and move. These aren’t scary monsters; they’re fun creations designed to make playing mini golf unique and memorable.
Additional attractions at Monster Mini Golf include the adrenaline-filled Laser Maze in which participants move over and under laser beams. This activity challenges you mentally as you need to strategize every move. You’ll be timed, so make sure to stretch so you’ll be nimble and agile as you enter the Laser Maze. There’s also bowling, an arcade, virtual reality, and at select locations, an interactive ropes course.
When your day is done at Monster Mini Golf, head back to Lewisville and check out these Lewisville barbecue joints to satisfy your hunger. Visit Monster Mini Golf at 2595 Preston Rd. Suite 500 in Frisco.
Highlands Performance Golf Center
Take your mini-golf to the next level when you play the 18 holes at Highlands Performance Golf Center located at 2538 Golden Bear Drive in Carrollton. Considered by many to be one of the most challenging mini golf courses in all of Texas, Highlands Performance Golf Center offers players a refined and well-manicured miniature golf course with shade trees to help keep you and your family cool while you play. Be sure to keep score: If you score a hole-in-one, you may win a free game of mini-golf.
Young golfers can develop and hone their skills through private lessons with professional golf instructors. You can also send your junior golfers to Highlands Performance Golf Center’s four-day golf camp, where they will learn short game techniques, swing fundamentals, and the rules and etiquette of the game. Practice balls, equipment, and refreshments are included in the price. Kids 5 to 7 can attend Pee Wee Golf Camp where they get three hours of professional instruction and refreshments and prizes.
Take the family for a fun day of mini-golf and other activities when you visit Main Event in Lewisville. The course offers players an interactive experience with lots of challenges to keep everyone on their toes. Enjoy brightly colored walls and 3D floors that seem to come to life as you move along the course.
After playing mini-golf, head over to the laser tag section of Main Event to see how well you can tag your opponent as you move through obstacles and over hurdles in the black light arena. Laser tag is a great activity for the whole family or a way to celebrate a special event.
Rock out to music played on the state-of-the-art sound system while bowling, have fun playing games in the arcade, and learn the art of billiards or shuffleboard in the billiards room. You won’t go hungry at Main Event, where kids can sip on a Shirley Temple while eating pizza, sliders, or chicken nuggets. You can find Main Event at 2070 South Stemmons Freeway in Lewisville.
Alley Cats Entertainment
With so many attractions offered at Alley Cats Entertainment, you’ll want to bring the family to this entertainment center over and over. Alley Cats has offered families the branded Putt-Putt miniature golf since 1954 and has two Texas locations, one in Arlington and one in Hurst. The 18-hole mini-golf course is beautifully landscaped and offers challenges that will delight players of all ages and skills.
When you visit the Hurst Alley Cats, you can feel the rush as you cruise around the go-kart race track. If you have small kids in your group, rent the rookie carts so the little ones can enjoy the racetrack as well. The Hurst location also offers thrilling amusement park rides like the Rattler.
Both Alley Cat locations have bowling and a three-story rock climbing wall that’s not only fun but requires strength, agility, and strategy for a successful climb. Bring out your inner baseball player when you visit the batting cages available at Alley Cats. You can choose softball or baseball styles and pick the speed you’re most comfortable with to develop those perfect batting skills. Alley Cats is located at 2008 W. Pleasant Ridge Rd. in Arlington and 609 NE Loop 820 in Hurst.
Play 18 holes of mini-golf designed by the famous international Harris Mini Golf course designers when you head over to Fort Worth for a visit to Rockwood Go-Karts. This challenging course features sand traps, rough brush, and obstacles that you won’t find on a typical flat mini-golf course.
After a game of miniature golf, go for the excitement of zipping around the racetrack in the fastest go-karts in the Fort Worth area. Older kids and adults can fly around the track in single-seat karts. Kids 3 feet, 4 inches tall, or under can ride in the two-seater carts with an adult driver. Stop by Rockwood Go-Karts at 700 N. University Dr. in Fort Worth for your exciting day of mini-golf and go-kart racing.
There you have it: Our team’s recommendations for places to play miniature golf around Lewisville. Which one was your favorite? What was the best feature, and why did the family enjoy the course? Is there a hidden mini golf location that we missed? If so, feel free to drop us a line here at Huffines CJDR Lewisville so we can add it to our list.