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10 Best Places to Mini Golf around PDX with Kids

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Mini golf is a favorite in our family. Whenever we are traveling or looking to spend some time outdoors, we find ourselves searching for courses that are fun for the whole family.

We have put together a list of local mini golf courses around the Portland and Vancouver metro area that are kid friendly and the parents will have fun too!

What are the 10 Best Places to Mini Golf around Portland with kids?

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Bullwinkle’s Wilsonville

This family fun center has a ton of entertainment including outdoor mini golf. Their facility has two beautiful courses with 18 holes each that challenge you with bridges, creeks, caves and a castle. The courses are open rain or shine. If you get tired of golfing, you can go bowling, play games, ride go-karts and do so much more. Tons of fun for all ages!

Address: 29111 Town Center Loop W, Wilsonville, OR 97070 – Phone: (503) 685-5000

Tualatin Island Greens

This outdoor 18 hole course is spread over 3 acres of towering trees, water hazards, pretend sand bunkers and other challenging landscapes. Perfect enjoyment for all ages. A take out food is available and they even have a kids menu.

Address: 20400 SW Cipole Rd, Tualatin, OR 97062 – Phone: (503) 691-8400

Twin Pines Country Club

Located on a private residence, this couple has opened up their property to provide free outdoor mini golf for the public to enjoy. This 6 hole course is located in the Montavilla neighborhood of Portland. Clubs and balls are provide, they just ask to be respectful of their property and the neighbors. What a fun way to spend an afternoon, especially if you are on a budget.

Address: 8434 SE Clay St #1346, Portland, OR 97216 – Phone: (971) 361-4653

Eagle Landing

Known for its challenging traditional golf course, it also has an outdoor, 36 hole mini golf course. Perfect for the kids (or adults too), this course has waterfalls, fountains, and mountains making it a blast to enjoy. You can also try the country’s first dedicated soccer golf course. Great for all ages and all skill levels. Last call for mini golf is at 9:30pm.

Address: 10220 SE Causey Avenue, ​Happy Valley, OR 97086 – Phone: (503) 698-7888

Oaks Park’s Chipper’s Woods Miniature Golf

When visiting historic Oaks Park Amusement park there is also an outdoor mini golf along with the roller coasters, games and roller skating. With views of the Willamette River and mostly in the shade, it’s a great way to unwind after a day of fun. Golf course access is available on a first come, first serve basis – rain or shine.

Address: 7805 SE Oaks Park Way, Portland, OR 97202 – Phone: (503) 233-5777

Alderbrook Park

Located in rural NE Vancouver and situated on 63 acres, this outdoor private park has so much for the whole family to enjoy, including outdoor mini golf. From bounce houses, to swimming, to volleyball, kickball, paddle boat rides and more. Mini golf is just one of the many things that you will do here. This 18 hole course is free with paid admission to the park. Be sure to bring your photo ID as they will hold it in exchange for a putter and balls. Be sure to call or check their website for days and hours when they are open. They frequently have private events which are closed to the public.

Address: 24414 NE Westerholm Rd, Brush Prairie, WA 98606 – Phone: (360) 882-4444

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Alderbrook Park

Pietro’s Pizza and Pirate Adventure

If the family is hungry and you want to have some fun, check out this indoor course while eating some delicious pizza. 3-D, glow in the dark mini golf and Pirate themed is a fun time to enjoy during the rainy weather or hot summer (Beaverton, OR and Salem, OR locations only). Other fun includes laser tag and Gallery of Games.

Address: 13281 SW Canyon Rd, Beaverton, OR 97005 – Phone: 503-536-7600

Address: 1637 Hawthorne NE, Salem, OR 97301 – Phone: 503-364-0128

The 19th Hole

If you find yourself looking for mini golf in Portland, this hidden 9 hole course is located at the Hotel deLuxe on the corner of SW 15th and Yamhill. You and the family can enjoy lawn games like corn hole, Giant Jenga and gourmet food carts while sitting under the umbrellas. For the adults there are over 40 craft beers, wines, and ciders to pick from. Got the pooch with you? Leashed dogs are welcome too. There are plenty of drink choices from

Address: THE 19TH HOLE, 729 SW 15th Ave, Portland, OR 97205Phone: 503.219.2093

Glowing Greens

This indoor, black light mini golf in Portland is sure to please everyone in the family. The course has 13 holes with a 3D adventure course. Celebrating your birthday? Just show your ID and get a free round of golf. You can also test your skills at Mental Trap, their escape room.

Address: 509 SW Taylor Street, Portland, OR 97204 – Phone: 503-222-5554

Safari Mini Golf / Laser Blaster

Located inside the Vancouver Mall, this 14 hole, black light, safari themed course will be enjoyed by all. The family can also have fun playing laser tag and other games. An affordable place to take the family or hold your next birthday party / event. Their entrance is located between the old Sears and JC Penny.

Address: 8700 NE Vancouver Mall Dr Ste 191, Vancouver, WA 98662 – Phone: (360) 326-2343


Embarking on a family-friendly mini-golf adventure offers not just the joy of sinking a putt but creating cherished memories that will last a lifetime. As we wrap up our exploration of these 10 fantastic mini-golf destinations around the Pacific Northwest, we hope you’re inspired to gather the family, grab your putters, and experience the delight of navigating colorful courses and overcoming tricky obstacles together. Whether you’re chasing a hole-in-one, celebrating a birthday, or simply enjoying a sunny day, mini-golf provides the perfect blend of fun and camaraderie for kids and adults alike. So, tee off and savor the moments of laughter, friendly competition, and the shared thrill of a great game. Happy putting!

Have we missed any mini golf locations? If so, feel free to list them in the comments below. Which place is your favorite?


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    I'm the founder and publisher of My Family Guide. I'm a wife and mother of two. I've managed to visit all 50 states and travel to over 25 countries. Sharing my experiences, tip and tricks about my adventures.

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