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12 Best Places For Mini-Golf In (And Near) Seattle

12 Best Places For Mini-Golf In (And Near) Seattle

Post last updated April 1, 2023

Mini golf is a classic way to have fun with friends and family, and the Seattle area offers plenty of courses to explore. 

There’s something for everyone, from standard putt-putt greens to creative courses with obstacles like windmills and castles. 

Here are 12 of our favorite places to play mini-golf in Seattle and the surrounding area, so get your clubs ready, and get ready to have a blast!

  1. Green Lake Pitch & Putt
  2. Interbay Golf Center
  3. Flatstick Pub – Pioneer Square
  4. Tukwila Family Fun Center
  5. High Trek Mini Golf
  6. Kent Valley Miniature Golf
  7. Monster Mini Golf
  8. Willows Run
  9. Columbia Super Range
  10. Parkland Putters
  11. King Mini Golf Park
  12. Mike N Terry’s Outdoor Fun Park

1. Green Lake Pitch & Putt

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This is a small, 9-hole mini-golf course that’s perfect for every family. It’s fairly standard, with a grass field and trees surrounding the mini-golf course. Additionally, there are great views all around this place and a walking path you can take after you finish. Green Lake is open from March 1st through October 1st, and the environment is perfect for kids.

Address: 5701 East Green Lake Way N, Seattle, WA 98103

Hours: 9 AM to *time changes because of daylight*

Cost: $10 for a regular ticket and $8 for people under 18 and over 64

2. Interbay Golf Center

The Interbay golf center is a small, 9-hole mini-golf course that’s family-friendly. It’s suitable and accessible to everyone and is recommended for beginners. It’s in the center of Seattle, between Queen Ann and Magnolia. So if you’re in the city, you won’t have to travel too far. You can also enter golf tournaments at Interbay if you’d like to compete.

Address: 2501 15th Avenue West Seattle, WA 98119

Hours: 7 AM to 10 PM

Cost: $18 for a regular ticket and $11.75 for juniors, and $14 for seniors

3. Flatstick Pub – Pioneer Square

If you’d like to have some drinks while playing mini-golf, this is the place to go. Flatstick pub has a 9-hole course, and they’re fun yet challenging. You must be over 21 to enter because this is a pub. While you play mini-golf, you can eat delicious tacos or nachos while drinking a nice, cold beer. If that sounds good, you should check out the Flatstick pub.

Address: 609 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

Hours: 12 AM to 11 PM from Monday to Thursday, 12 PM to 1 AM from Saturday to Sunday, and 12 PM to 11 PM on Sunday

Cost: $10 per person

4. Tukwila Family Fun Center

Family Fun Center has two large 18-hole golf courses where you can have fun playing for hours. You can choose between the Memory Lane 18-hole golf course or the Arctic Adventure 18-hour golf course. Each course is themed perfectly, with stunning designs for kids to look at. Memory Lane has a schoolhouse, a pixie house, and the Eiffel tower. While the Arctic Adventure has a bait house and beats.

Address: 7300 Fun Center Way, Tukwila, WA 98188

Hours: Find hours here

Cost: $10 per person

5. High Trek Mini Golf

Mini Golf (Image Credit: High Trek)

This place is an 18-hole mini-golf course that takes a group of four around 30 minutes to complete. Each hole has its own unique challenge to maximize fun and adventure. Have fun competing with friends and family at an affordable price with all equipment included. High Trek mini golf is great for younger and beginner golfers.

Address: 11928 Beverly Park Rd Bldg C, Everett, WA 98204

Hours: Find hours here

Cost: $8 per person over eight and free for golfers under seven

6. Kent Valley Miniature Golf

Kent Valley Miniature Golf (Image Credit:Kent Valley Miniature Golf)

Kent Valley has a more adventurous mini-golf course featuring water, jumps, and more that add an extra element of challenge to the game. There is a 10-foot waterfall that will provide the perfect backdrop for a picture with the family. Every putt is a fun challenge. You should bring your own putters if you have them, but you can rent equipment from them.

Address: 6015 S 240th St, Kent, WA 98032

Hours: 12-6 PM on Mondays and Wednesdays, 12-7 PM on Tuesdays, 11 AM – 6 PM on Thursdays, 11 AM – 8 PM on Fridays and Saturdays, and 11 AM – 4 PM on Sundays

Cost: $9.09 per adult, $7.95 for people under 12 and over 55, and an optional $1 club rental

7. Monster Mini Golf

This place has a themed mini-golf course, bowling place, VR, laser maze, arcade, and more. The golf course is unique because it’s an 18-hole glow-in-the-dark course with unique monster decorations. There’s a new animated monster at every course with fun challenges to overcome. The monsters move and make sounds which is a nice touch. 

Address: 4080 Factoria Blvd SE, Bellevue, WA 98006

Hours: 12-9 PM from Mondays to Thursdays and Sundays, and 12-10 PM on Fridays and Saturday

Cost: $12 for children, seniors, military, and college students, and $14 for adults 

8. Willows Run

Willows Run is one of the most popular golf courses in the Seattle area. It’s a massive mini-golf course called Rainbow Run. This is suitable for everyone, with water features, a bear cave, and more. This is a first come, first serve course with no reservations available.

Address: Willows Run Golf Complex 10402 Willows Road NE Redmond, WA 98052

Hours: Sunrise to sunset all week

Cost: $12.67 for regular tickets and $8.64 for children under 12

9. Columbia Super Range

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If you want a basic mini-golf course that’s simple, Columbia Super Range is the place to go. It’s an 8-hole mini-course with instructions on how to play from PGA professionals. The facility is well-lit and has minimal distracting decorations for optimal gameplay.

Address: 511 128th St SE, Everett, WA 98208

Hours: 9 AM – 9 PM all week

Cost: $75/year for juniors, $110/year for individuals, and $170/year for couples

10. Parkland Putters

Parkland Putters is a place in Tacoma that specializes in mini-golf. They have four separate courses with different difficulties, so you can have fun whether you’re a beginner or an advanced mini-golf player. They also have a snack bar, so you can enjoy some food while playing. The atmosphere is family-friendly, and you can get gift cards to give to friends if you think they’d like mini-golf.

Address: 10636 Sales Rd S, Tacoma, WA 98444

Hours: Find hours here

Cost: Find prices here

11. King Family Fun Center

King Family Fun Center (Image Credit: King Family Fun Center)

This is another nearby family fun center that has mini-golf available. There’s also roller skating available at this family fun center if you get bored of mini-golf. This mini-golf course here is for all ages, so if you have a small child, this is a great place to go for mini-golf.

Address: 1113 N Meridian, Puyallup, WA 98371

Hours: Find hours here

Cost: $10 for all ages and free for ages under three

12. Mike N Terry’s Outdoor Fun Park

Mike N Terry’s park has mini-golf, go-carts, batting cages, and more. If you and your family would like to be more physically active, bringing them here is a great way to get exercise in while having a blast. There are two 18-hole mini-golf courses, which will definitely take you a while to complete. These courses are intermediate difficulty, so this is not recommended if it’s your first-time mini-golfing. There are windmills, moving holes, and other moving objects that will require precise timing and accuracy.

Address: 6326 114th Ave Ct E, Puyallup, WA 98372

Hours: Saturday and Sunday from 11 AM until darkCost: $9.50 for access to one mini-golf course and $14.25 for access to both

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