Whether you’re flying solo, with your family and friends, or out for a romantic date, mini-golf is a perfect fit for many outings. Kick it up a notch on your next visit to Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg by stopping at one of these awesome themed courses!

Crave Golf Club

Pigeon Forge has a Candyland in its midst! Crave Golf Club will make you think that you’ve left the south and headed into a fantasy land of lollipops and gummy bears. One of the most unique features of Crave Golf Club is the rooftop deck. Yes, you heard that right! Above the indoor course is an outdoor course where you can golf from a distinct vantage point. The rooftop course is also handicap accessible, making for a perfect activity option for visitors with limited mobility. Also indoors is a mini bowling alley and sweet shop. If you’re craving something with a little more substance, try a handmade milkshake. They are themed too! You can get Rock Candy Mountain, brimming with rock candy, or Jelly Bean Jungle, full of jelly bean toppings. There’s plenty more where that came from. Check out our post, which offers more information.

MagiQuest Pirate Golf

Step into the dark for a one-of-a-kind pirate adventure! Putt your way through a pirate village, and try to find the hidden treasure. If you manage a hole-in-one on the 18th hole, you’ll be serenaded by Blackbeard himself. The fun doesn’t stop there! MagiQuest in Pigeon Forge also offers a unique and interactive way to embark on a magical adventure with their live-action game. You’ll even have your own wand to solve the mysteries. The Vault is also a challenging addition to your adventure, where you’ll try your skill navigating through a room full of lasers. If that sounds like it would be too challenging, you can try to find your way through the world’s second largest mirror maze in the Odyssey adventure. Watch more about MagiQuest from our video post.

Gatlin’s Mini-Golf

Located in downtown Gatlinburg, this mini-golf course travels back in time, and each hole moves you through the story of the history of Gatlinburg and the area’s first settlers. Amid the two 18-hole courses are oak trees over 100 years old. You have the option of two courses. The Old Mountain Trail is for the skilled mini-golfers, where you’ll putt through trees while learning about the Cherokee and the history of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Old Town Square is full of trick shots and is in the middle of restored cabins. Gatlinburg landmarks are recreated in this unique and photogenic course. Gatlin’s also has a ton of other fun activities on-site like laser tag, escape rooms, bumper cars, and an indoor “under the sea” blacklight miniature golf course. You can get six activities for one low price.


Interested in more mini-golf courses in the area? Check out our other blog post where we cover FOUR more!

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About April Sadowski

April Sadowski is a wife, mother of a toddler, and a travel junkie. She's a content author for the Smoky Mountain region and is always looking for the latest tip for making a vacation a memorable one.

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