As we ease back into outdoor activities, many Seattle mini golf spots have got the green light for family fun. From putt putt courses that boast realistic forest settings, to ranges with whimsical fantasy villages and windmills, these spectacular spots are not only fun, but designed for all ages. If you’re ready to practice your putting, scroll down for ten spots to play miniature golf.

Family Fun Center

Editor's note: Family Fun Center is currently closed at all locations until further notice.

With a name like Family Fun Center, you know this place has got to be awesome. It's so awesome in fact, there are two locations to serve all your family fun needs. 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. There are two 18-hole outdoor courses to explore at the Tukwila location (Memory Lane and Arctic Adventure) and one in Edmonds that is half indoors and half outdoors. You can come for just the miniature golf or buy a package deal that runs on a point system where you can check out the other attractions like bumper boats, frog hopper, go karts and an arcade. Psst! The courses are designed for ages 5 and older, but tiny tots will still enjoy chasing the ball around.

7300 Fun Center Way
Tukwila, WA 98188
425-228-7300
Online: fun-center.com

Cost: $9.50/person
Hours: Dependent upon month and day of the week. Check their website for specific times.

7212 S.W. 220th St.
Edmonds, WA 98026
425-774-4263
Online: fun-center.com

Cost: $6/person
Hours: Dependent upon month and day of the week. Check their website for specific times. 

Interbay Golf Center

Editor's note: Interbay's mini golf is currently closed.

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, clowns and other brightly colored props, so if you love the idea of a more authentic golfing experience, this place is perfect! They offer an 18-hole course that isn’t too challenging, but will keep the kiddos (and you!) entertained. Psst! If your budding golfers are still feeling adventurous, take them up to the driving range to hit a bucket of balls when you’re done putting.

2501 15th Ave. W.
Seattle, WA 98119
206-285-2200
Online: premiergc.com

Cost: $9/Adults; $6.50/Juniors (17 & under)
Hours: Times vary per season. Check the times online.

photo: Willows Run

Willows Run Rainbow Run

Editor's note: Rainbow Run is now open, but putters and golf balls are unavailable, so please bring your own.

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. The course is located in a beautiful setting, so it will keep golfers of all ages engaged. Psst! Make sure to call ahead to ensure you can play as they often host private parties and corporate events.

10402 Willows Rd N.E.
Redmond, WA 98052
425 883-1200
Online: willowsrun.com

Cost:$11/Adults; $7.50/Kids (12 & under). Save $1-$1.50 if you arrive before 11 a.m.
Hours: Mon.-Thurs., 7:30 a.m.-8 p.m. (last group out at 6 p.m.); Fri.-Sun., 7 a.m.-9 p.m. (last group out at 7 p.m.) 

photo: Rhein Haus Tacoma

Rhein Haus Tacoma

Editor's note: Rhein Haus is currently closed.

Tacoma's newest course at Rhein Haus Tacoma offers a German-themed putt putt experience your kids are going to love! The 9-hole course features a Brat Windmill, Pretzel-de-Loop, Rumpelstiltskin castle and more. Averaging about 30 minutes to play, this course is a perfect before-or-after-meal activity. The best part? Right now, it's only $5 per person to play and no reservations are required; just let your host or server know you'd like to play.

In addition to mini golf, Rhein Haus Tacoma also features four indoor bocce ball courts, a large outdoor patio and delish German fare (think: house-made sausages and pretzels accompanied by 24 drafts featuring both European and Northwestern beers).

Good to know: The course is available for private party reservations (hello, birthday bash!). Contact molly@rhseattle.com for more details.

Cost: $5/person

Hours: Mon.-Thurs., 4 p.m.-10 p.m.; Fri., 4 p.m.-2 a.m.; Sat., 11 a.m.-2 a.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.-10 p.m.

649 Division Ave.
Tacoma, WA 98403
253-572-4700
Online: rheinhaustacoma.com

Mike N’ Terry’s Outdoor Fun Park

It’s hard not to be happy when you’re playing mini golf, right? And 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, so you can come again (and again) and be challenged each time. Psst! If your mini golfers get tired of swinging their clubs around, this fun park has just about everything that kids could want: go karts, batting cages and concession stands. Come for the golf, stay all day for the family run attractions!

Good to Know: 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.

6326 114th Ave. Ct. E.
Puyallup, WA 98371
253-841-1234
Online: mikenterrys.com

Cost: $8.50/one course; $12.75/both courses; $4.25/Kids (under 48″); free for kids under 40″
Hours: noon-6 or 7 p.m., weather permitting. Please call to confirm hours.

Parkland Putters

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. You can play one or if you are feeling really adventurous, play all four! Just make sure to bring your A game as they award ribbons to the winners at the end of each game. Psst…be fair and honest, but remember, it’s okay to throw a few mulligans in there (wink, wink).

10636 Sales Rd. S.
Tacoma, WA 98444
253-588-2977
Online: miniaturegolftacoma.blogspot.com

Cost: $6.50/Adults (13 & older); $5.50/Kids (12 & under); $3.50 per extra game
Hours: Dependent upon month and day of the week. Call for current times. Closed Nov.-Feb.

photo: King Mini Golf Park

King Mini Golf Park

Editor's note: There is a maximum of 5 players (from the same household) per hole to follow Covid-19 safety modifications.

It used to be known as Skate Tiffany’s, but after a name change and an ease on restrictions, King Mini Golf Park, in Puyallup, is open for fun. The beautiful course is one of the newest mini golf parks in the area, and it comes with lots of putt putt obstacles that add dimension to your playtime. Right now, when you reserve your mini golf time slot online, you can receive a $5 arcade gift card to use when King Family Fun Center reopens.

1113 N. Meridian
Puyallup, WA 98371
253-848-1153
Online: kingfamilyfuncenter.com

Cost: $10/person, ages 13 & up; $8/Seniors & kids (12 & under)
Hours: Sun.-Thurs., 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Fri.-Sat.; 11 a.m.-10 p.m. (last tee 45 min. before close). Closed during the late fall and winter months.

photo: Flat Stick Pub

Flat Stick Pub

Editor's note: Flat Stick Pub's mini golf course is currently closed.

Flat Stick Pub now has three locations and three very different mini golf courses to check out in Kirkland, Pioneer Square and in its newer spot in the South Lake Union neighborhood. Each 9-hole indoor mini golf course includes various “water hazards” and obstacles (like beer kegs or whimsical creatures). While this might be better suited for a date night for mom and dad, kids are allowed in the Kirkland and South Lake Union location until 7 p.m.

15 Lake St.
Kirkland, WA 98033
425-242-1618

240 2nd Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98104
206-682-0608

609 Westlake Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109
206-258-4989

Online: flatstickpub.com

Cost: $6/person at Kirkland; $8/person at South Lake Union; $7/person at Pioneer Square 
Hours: Sun.-Thurs., noon-midnight; Fri.-Sat., noon-2 a.m. 

photo: Pixabay

High Trek Adventures Mini Golf

Editor's note: The High Trek Adventures Mini Golf course is currently closed.

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. Psst…we’ve been warned that holes 9 and 17 are a real challenge to conquer.

Good to Know: If you purchase a ropes course, your golf game is just $5. Also, be sure to download their golf scorecard app for easy scoring.

11928 Beverly Park Rd., Bldg. C
Everett, WA 98204
360-217-412
online: hightrekminigolf.com

Cost: $8/Adults & Kids (11 & up); $5/Juniors (ages 7-10); under 6 Free with paying adult
Hours: Dependent upon month and day of the week.

Snohomish Valley Golf Center

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 four (from the same household) can test their putt putt skills on the course.

8511 Marsh Rd.
Snohomish, WA 98296
360-568-2493
online: snohomishvalleygolfcenter.com

Cost: $10/Adults; $8/Juniors (12 & under) & Seniors (55 & older)

Hours: Daily, 8 a.m.-9 p.m.

—Jeffrey Totey & Allison Rasmussen

featured photo from Devin F. via flickr

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