Who doesn’t have fond memories of playing mini golf as a kid? It’s a low-cost activity that the whole family can do together, and since no special gear is required, an outing can be totally spontaneous to boot. There are a few great spots right here in town, and even more outside the city, so you’re sure to find one that feels like a hole-in-one for your family. Here are a few of our faves.
Castle Fun Park
Located in Abbotsford, here you will putt your way through vines and ferns as you pass jungle creatures and dinosaurs in this elaborately decorated 18-hole indoor course. (Little dino fans will love this!) Your Dory and Nemo fans will love the Coral Sea-themed course—also a sight to behold. If the weather is too nice to be inside, take your game outside and try out their amazing 18-hole outdoor mini golf course, complete with huge houses, castles, and a classic spinning windmill.
WhistlePunk Hallow Adventure Golf
This 18-hole course in Squamish will take you through different levels of fun (think: waterfalls and trains!) in a logging-themed course that ties in some of the history of the area. It’s a perfect course for some family fun…and competition.
Seymour Creek Golf Centre
At only $5.50 per person (kids under 5 are free), this North Vancouver course is a great choice for a family outing when you don’t want to venture far from home. Plus, the course is simple enough for beginners.
We’ve found more great courses in and around the city, so putt on to see our complete list of Places to Play Mini Putt in Vancouver.