Best Putt-Putt Golf Courses for Kids Around Atlanta
Putt-putt. Miniature golf. Mini golf. Whatever you want to call it, it’s a family-friendly, grand time. Around Atlanta, there are a variety of mini golf courses, some with unique twists and cool features.
Courses may have policies in place for safety and social distancing due to COVID-19. Some may have limited admission or require advance ticket purchase. Call or check the website to confirm hours and guidelines before heading out.
The Fringe features two landscaped 18-hole courses and is currently open Friday-Sunday. Check their website for specials, including the Family 4-Pack and Play-All-Day deals. Roswell.
Based on the real-life adventures of the Great Locomotive Chase, Stone Mountain’s 18-hole outdoor course takes players in pursuit of the stolen General Locomotive. Train-inspired elements and a beautiful setting make this a great family adventure. Stone Mountain.
Families can spend a day at this attraction; in addition to two 18-hole mini golf courses, you’ll find go karts, bumper boats, batting cages and a game room. Norcross.
Purchase tickets for the outdoor mini golf course or buy combo passes to play in the arcade and ride attractions at this popular stop in Marietta. In addition to putt-putt, kids can drive go karts and visit the huge game room—a plus on a rainy day. Marietta.
All pirates are welcome to come aboard and play golf at this outdoor course. Go for the 27-Hole Adventure for an extra good time. Duluth.
Perched atop Ponce City Market, this miniature amusement park brings a level of fun to make all other rooftops jealous. In addition to the putt-putt course, Skyline also has carnival-type games and a slide. Atlanta.
Indoor Mini Golf Courses
This upscale, tech-infused mini golf experience has interactive leader boards, a prize wheel and paperless scoring. Each hole has its own interactive theme – test your aiming skills or pop culture knowledge, or use a Supertube to gain extra points. After 8 p.m., admittance is limited to 21 years and older. Atlanta.
Choose from 2 courses: a glow in the dark indoor Miner’s Mountain or outdoor train-themed course. Lakepoint Station also has a climbing wall, a black light odyssey and a gem dig. Cartersville.
Little monsters and big monsters will love playing around this glowing, spooky course. Indoor green, glow-in-the-dark, custom-made creatures and even its own internal radio station. While you’re there, take time to play a few arcade games. Marietta
Open Play is for children ages 2-12, with drop-off (by appointment) available for children ages 4-12. There is no charge for adults coming with their children during Open Play. Glow Galaxy also has an indoor inflatables playground. Best of all, everything glows in the dark! Open Play hours change weekly, call 770-368-3008 for information. Norcross.