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Who loves mini-golf? The whole family does, mom, dad and even the kids! In the Smoky Mountains, your family will want to play all the mini-golf courses. Let’s take a peek at them to see which one you might want to try first.  Here they are: Circus Golf, Ripley’s Davy Crockett Mini-Golf, Ripley’s Old MacDonald’s Farm Mini-Golf, and Firehouse Golf.

Circus Golf in Gatlinburg—If you like the circus and like miniature golf then you’ll love Circus Golf with Barnaby’s Animated Circus Show. This 18 hole family golf course is half fun house, half golf with a special FX blacklight—wow! This is not your average mini-golf. It’s a must see and play for your whole family.

Ripley’s Davy Crockett Mini-Golf—This course replicates the “old days” when Davy Crockett roamed the hills of Tennessee.  Located in the Great Smoky Mountains with an amazing 18 hole course of pure mini-golf family fun. Enjoy interactive displays and animated animals as you try to get that hole-in-one.

Ripley’s Old MacDonald’s Farm Mini-Golf—Just outside Gatlinburg in Sevierville. Your family will have loads of fun with this 18 hole mini-golf course including, animated barnyard characters and interactive excitement and water features at every turn. Not to mention a state-of-the-art arcade and candy factory!

You’ll have so much fun at your mini-golf outing, that you may want to do all 36 holes in one day!  So have fun in the Smoky Mountains and Sevierville with Davy Crockett and Old MacDonald.

Find out more in the Mini Golf section.

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About Andrew Parrott

Andrew Parrott is as close to the most interesting man in the world as you can get. As a resident of Tennessee, he knows his stuff when it comes to the Smoky Mountains! When not wrangling wild boars, he enjoys spending time with his family.

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