Miniature Golf in Lancaster County
If you really aren't that into golf, but still like to get your putt on, check out the awesome Miniature golf courses that Lancaster County has to offer! One of the miniature golf courses in Lancaster County was rated among the top 10 in the country by Sports Illustrated. Others are incredibly kid-friendly. No matter the size or skill level of your group, you will find a mini-golf course in Lancaster to fit your needs!
Boulders Miniature Golf
website | map it | (717) 285-7007 | Route 30, Mountville exit, Mountville, Pennsylvania, 17554
Boulders Miniature Golf features a beautifully landscaped adventure course with 19 challenging holes. Enjoy the roar of cascading waterfalls and the scenic setting while playing miniature gold in the beautiful Lancaster County countryside. To play miniature golf in Lancaster County, consider Boulders!
Carlisle Sports Emporium
website | map it | (717) 258-4741 | 29 South Middlesex Road, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 17015
"The place to play", Carlisle Sports Emporium features laser tag, miniature golf, a roller skating rink, and party venues near Lancaster! For a load of family fun near Lancaster County, check out the Emporium.
Jim Mack's Ice Cream / Cones & Clubs
website | map it | 717-252-2013 | 5745 Lincoln Hwy, York, Pennsylvania, 17406
Note, This is in York PA!
Jim Mack's Ice Cream features a large picnic area which can be enjoyed by all. A 24 hole miniature golf course, an arcade, mini-zoo, playground, and BankShot Basketball.
Leisure Bowling and Golfing Center
website | map it | (717) 392-2121 | 3440 Columbia Avenue, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 17603
Since 1959, Leisure Lanes has been a family fun center. Related to golf, it has a driving range and real grass putting green, as well as miniature golf.
Lost Treasure Golf and Maze
In 1916 young Hacker began a search for treasure and artifacts in the Lancaster area. One rumor was that there were stashes of gold and jewels buried east of the Conestoga. Hacker’s research revealed that Lancaster was the capital of the new United States for one day in September 1777, before the Continental Congress escaped over the Susquehanna to safety. When the British invaded Philadelphia in 1777 the “Signers” fled west. Fearing capture or loss crossing The Conestoga River, one “Signer” lagged behind and buried his very heavy load near a purple leaved tree. Follow Professor Hacker on his expeditions and see if you can find the treasure supposedly hidden near a tree with purple leaves.
Village Greens Miniature Golf and Snack Shoppe
The Village Greens combines the challenge of golf with the natural beauty of lush gardens to create a unique recreation experience for all generations to enjoy together! Our two courses cover over 13 acres of beautiful countryside which has been enhanced with shrubbery and flowers. The courses change as the season progresses: from thousands of yellow daffodils in spring, to a bountiful variety of colorful annuals in mid summer, to the vibrant fall foliage.