Summer Fun: Mini-Golf and Disc-Golf

Mini-golf and Disc-golf |
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It’s almost summer, folks! Lounging by the pool, vacation, and time with friends and family…we can hardly wait!

Another great way to celebrate the nice weather with friends? Mini-golfing and disc-golfing!

We’ve compiled a list of area courses to go mini and disc golfing – so grab the kids, your favorite visor, and head outside! Let us know what your favorite course is in the comments!

Mini-Golf //

Putter-A-Round Indoor Mini Golf – located in the Cloverleaf Shopping Center in Harrisonburg, this indoor course is year round. An 18 hole course that offers birthday parties, and join in the fun o Thursdays-Saturdays at 8:30pm for Black Light Mini-golf! For hours and ticket prices, check out their website:

Mulligan’s Golf Center – located just South of Harrisonburg, this center offers a mini-golf course, driving range, and pro shop. They offer various party packages and a 864 square foot lighted party pavilion. Check out their website for hours and prices at

Bridgewater Mini-Golf at Sandy Bottom Park – located in Bridgewater’s Sandy Bottom Park, this is one of the newest courses in the area, having opened in July of 2016. Bridgewater residents – bring your B-Rec card and play for free! Check out their Facebook page for their upcoming events and photos

Mini-Golf at Stonewall Terrace – head up to Massanutten Resort for this kid-approved course! For more info check out their website at


Disc-Golf //

Disc-golf courses tend to be more casual and are generally found in public parks, and are free to use! Bring your own discs and take as much time as you need!

There are 21 hole courses in the Harrisonburg City parks in Westover and Ramblewood.

Disc-golf is also popular on college campuses, and there are courses on JMU’s University Park (for students, faculty, and staff) and Bridgewater College.

Want to keep up with other disc-golf enthusiasts in the area? Join the Rocktown Disc Golf Club Facebook page!

About Claire Wayman

Claire manages details of real estate contracts, coordinates social media and the Wilson Downtown Gallery, and keeps the team organized on a day-to-day basis. In her free time, she enjoys playing flute in various area groups and participating in local community theater.