Alabama has plenty of warm weather, enough to keep an outdoor-lover busy for most of the year! What better way to spend a day than on a mini golf course in sunny Alabama? From Mobile to Orange Beach, families can find course that are both challenging and entertaining. In this guide, you will find directions and information about three popular mini golf courses on the Alabama Gulf Coast.
Located conveniently off of Highway 90 in Mobile, Alabama, Funntasia has a safari-themed course complete with giraffes, gorillas and zebras. Once you’ve walked up and down the course, enjoyed the waterfalls and made a few trick shots, you’ll find the Safari Game Room a fun place to take the kids. Located at 5103 Girby Road, you can also book Funntasia for parties and large groups. It’s $13 for two rounds of golf for two people.(If you’re coming from I-10, hop on Hwy 90 West.)
The Track Family Center
Spending the day in Gulf Shores? You must take the family to the Track Family Recreational Center. It’s mini golf–riverboat style! Your family will knock balls through dark tunnels, past waterfalls and through an exciting riverboat theme park. There are no height or weight requirements to play but children must be 4 and up. Besides an exciting golf course, you and your children can ride the bumper cars, go karts and even carnival style rides all year long. You have to buy “Park Points” to play here. Track Family offers discounts when you purchase family-size packages and is located at 3200 Gulf Shores Parkway.
Pirate’s Island Golf Adventure
Also located in Gulf Shores, this pirate themed park is the real deal! At Pirate’s Island, you can walk the plank, putt through a pirate ship and enjoy the “Argh! Matey” greetings from course workers. When you have found the treasure and made your way through the course, take a break and head indoors for some ice cream. This exciting course is located at 3201 Gulf Shores Parkway, right off the main highway. It’s $10.25 for adults and $8.25 for the kids. Children under three play free!
If you’re planning on visiting the Alabama Gulf Coast or just want to play in your own “backyard” you’ve got plenty of mini golf courses to choose from. Inexpensive and fun, mini golf is as popular as ever!