Miniature Golf in Gettysburg
Published June 15, 2011
Who doesn’t love a good round of Mini-Golf? This fun pastime is great for the whole family and there are two great options to check out while in Gettysburg!
Granite Hill Camping Resort’s Adventure Golf:
This 19-hole course overlooks a beautiful Lake and starts with an unusual waterfall and cascading streams. The varying elevations, architectural mounds and dramatic landscaping complement the state-of-the-art greens with their subtle undulations, sand traps and water hazards. Golfers of all ages and abilities will find ample challenge here! Granite Hill also offers a wonderful setting to enjoy a picnic after a friendly putting competition! They invite you to relax with a stroll around their lake, a bit of bass fishing, or rent a kayak or paddleboat for a refreshing cruise on the lake! The course is open daily at 10:00 AM through late evening (weather permitting & subject to change), with reduced rates for daytime play (prior to 5:00 PM), children (under 12), senior citizens, and golfers who choose to play two consecutive rounds of 19 holes.
Mulligan MacDuffer Adventure Golf
Mulligan MacDuffer, located on 1360 Baltimore Pike, features two 18- hole championship courses encompassing four acres of lush landscaping. Listen to the sounds of streams and waterfalls as you play their undulating greens, cave holes and water hazards! On July 16-17th, they will be holding Summerfest 2011, which will include a DJ on the Deck, Cookout, Hole in One Challenge, Specials for Frequent Golfers, Ice Cream eating Contest, Prizes & More. No visit to MacDuffers’ would be complete without a stop into the “Old Fashioned” ice cream parlor. Decorated with an extensive collection of golf memorabilia and golf art, the parlor offers an excellent place to sit and relax and enjoy an old fashioned ice cream treat.
Happy Golfing in Gettysburg!