aka The Frazzled Mom
In celebrate of miniature golf day, yet another obscure “holiday” I found, I’d like to share of the most unique and strange mini golf courses. If you’ve experienced a unique mini golf course, please share it in the comments.
When had gone to a 3D blacklight/glow in the dark mini golf course off the beaten path in Las Vegas. It was…different. The glasses were a bit scratched and would fog up as we played. Some of the color schemes made us dizzy. And other areas, it was hard to see where we were walking. Sounds like a miserable experience, right? But it wasn’t. It was one of the silliest moments on are Vegas trip ever. And that’s after visiting the Hollywood Cars Museum and Liberace Garage (that included drinks and a pair of sunglasses! Check out the Groupon) and the Pinball Hall of fan (it had the Tron video game and a Star Trek game I didn’t even know existed!).
Still, the 3D mini golf had us cracking up as we went along. Which was a perfect moment of “downtime” on an otherwise very active trip.
And now for some cool mini golf courses I wouldn’t mind checking out.
This one I’d enjoy. It’s Twilight Zone themed! For more details, visit Casino.org. Located in Las Vegas, this course includes all the classics:
I like to find unusual places to visit when taking my family on trips. They love it. Ok, maybe not immediately, but it does make for some great memories. Like the Bottle Forest or the Slot canyon. Here’s a mini golf course that I’d take them to, just to see their reactions. It’s in the basement of a funeral home.
For this one, it isn’t so much a complicated fancy course. It’s all about location, location, location. And I’m not referring to the state of Illinois.
3. King Putt Blacklight mini golf
For this one, it’s all about the name. At least for me. 🙂 But the blacklight setup looks good. Sadly, this one might be closed.