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10 family-friendly putt putt courses in and around Seattle

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Mini golf is a family fun go-to, and you don’t need to have a golf experience to enjoy a day out playing putt-putt. The Seattle area offers plenty of ways to enjoy a fun game with the kids (and check out the cool and unique putt-putt course obstacles)! Here are 10 options for mini golf in in the Seattle /Everett, South King County and on the Eastside.

Seattle / Everett

Green Lake Pitch & Putt
This par-three, nine-hole course is pretty basic when it comes to putt-putt courses, but the setting can’t be beaten. Head to Green Lake for a post-putting stroll or pop in at the playground.

5701 West Green Lake Way N., Seattle / 206-632-2280

Cost: $10; $8 (17 and under); $8 (seniors / 65 for and over) Bring your clubs or rent them. Balls sold for $1, but you can bring your own.

Hours: Open March 1-October 31

Green lake putt putt

Green Lake Pitch & Putt (photo: Allison Holm)

Interbay Miniature Golf

You’ll find this pretty, tree-lined course between the Magnolia and Queen Ann neighborhoods. The 18-hole course mirrors a full-scale golfing experience, without the kitschy obstacles of traditional putt-putts, so if your family tends to be a wee bit more serious about birdies and bogeys, this spot’s for you.

2501 15th Ave. W., Seattle / 206-285-2200

Cost: $12/Adults; $8/Juniors (17 & under); Discounted group rates
Hours: Times vary per season. The course can be rented by the hour. Check the schedule online.

High Trek Adventures Mini Golf

Come for the ropes course, and stay for the mini golf. High Trek Adventure’s 18-hole course is a perfect add-on to your visit. Book your tee time online, and download their golf scorecard app for simple scoring.

11928 Beverly Park Rd., Bldg. C, Everett / 360-217-412

Cost: $8 (4 & up); Free for kids 3 & under with paying adult
Hours: Open some days during the winter (check hours for specific times) and fully open in April.

South King County

King Mini Golf Park

King Mini Golf Park is open as a pop-up and weather dependent! Part of the King Family Fun Center (formerly known as Skate Tiffany’s), it’s one of the newer putt-putt courses in the area.

1113 N. Meridian, Puyallup / 253-848-1153

Cost: $10/person; 3 & under free

See website for summer hours.

SKing Family Fun Center mini golf

Mini golf is open at King Family Fun Center

Kent Valley Ice Center

This outdoor course adjacent to the ice center has “dangerous” water hazards, challenging jumps, and a 10-foot waterfall — the perfect backdrop for your hole-in-one. Bring your putters or rent clubs for an additional fee. 6015 South 240th Street, Kent /  253-850-2400

Cost: $9.09 (adults) / $7.95 (12 and under) / $7.95 (seniors 55 and over) / $1 (club rental per person)
Hours: Open daily; check website for hours.

Mike N’ Terry’s Outdoor Fun Park

Choose between two 18-hole courses; a fun obstacle course with a windmill, moving holes, and a rotating green, or a watercourse with tube holes (put the ball in, and it pops out somewhere else)! After golf, hit some baseballs in the batting cages, and take a spin on the go-carts. Snack break at the concession stand!

6326 114th Ave. Ct. E., Puyallup / 253-841-1234

Cost: $9.50 for one course; $12.75 for both. Kids under 48” $4.75 / Kids under 40” FREE. Cash only (there’s an ATM on-site).
Hours: Call for hours

Golf balls

Golf balls at Mike N’ Terry’s (photo: Mike N’ Terry’s)

Parkland Putters

This family favorite features four courses, ranging from easy to medium, to challenging. Obstacles include a boat dragged from Commencement Bay, sand traps, and hidden holes. Fun side note — you can win trophies, ribbons, and free passes!

10636 Sales Rd. S., Tacoma / 253-588-2977

Cost: $8 per person; Kids 3 and under are free; Single and multi-game options; Group rates offered.
Hours: They vary, so call ahead

Eastside

Rainbow Run at Willows Run Golf Course

Part of the larger Willows Run course, this super fun putt spot is summed up perfectly on their website:  “Journey with us if you dare…through this wilderness retreat of eagle, coyote, cougar, and bear. Where along the way you’re sure to find…hazards and rewards of a most peculiar kind. But if you please, stay on the trail without delay…else you may hear a grumpy bear growling, “Fowl Play!”

The course delights golfers with water features, a bear cave, and PNW-inspired putting greens. Hit up the snack bar for post-putt ice cream.

10402 Willows Rd N.E., Redmond / 425-883-1200

Cost: $13 for teens and adults; $9 for ages 12 and under; check the website
Hours: Open daily, sunrise to sunset. First come, first served.

Flat Stick Pub

For parents who like to enjoy a pint with their putt, Flat Stick Pub is the way to go. The 9-hole mini course features unique obstacles like water “hazards” and beer kegs. While minors aren’t allowed in the pub after 7 p.m., kids can golf in the Kirkland and South Lake Union locations during the day.

Kirkland Location: 15 Lake St., Kirkland / 425-242-1618

 

Redmond Location: 7530 164th Ave NE, Redmond

South Lake Union location: 609 Westlake Ave N., Seattle / 206-258-4989

Cost: $10/person at Kirkland; $10/person at South Lake Union

Hours: See website and locations for hours

Flat Stick Pub

Flat Stick Pub / Kirkland location (photo: courtesy of Flat Stick Pub)

Monster Mini Golf Bellevue

Maybe you’ve got a child who likes to golf, but you have another who likes to bowl. Well, this place has them both – plus more! Equipped with a glow-in-the-dark mini golf course, bowling lanes, arcade, laser maze and more you’re sure to find something for everyone in your group at this indoor play space inside Factoria Mall.

4080 Factoria Square Mall SE, Bellevue/425-679-6265

Cost: Golf ($12-$14), bowling ($6 for 5 frames), virtual reality ($6), laser maze ($3), and combo packages are also available at various prices.

Hours: Monday-Thursday and Sunday: 12 p.m. – 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday 12 p.m. – 10 p.m.

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About the Author

Allison Holm

Allison has enjoyed writing for various publications and companies over the years, and is currently the Things To Do Editor for Seattle’s Child. She loves farmers markets, coffee shops, used bookstores, and spending as much time as she can in her absolute favorite place: the San Juan Islands.