Miniature golf is a classic family vacation activity that dates back to the late 1920s. That’s when Garnet Carter opened the very first mini golf course.
Nearly a century later, mini golf remains a treasured and beloved family activity for kids and adults of all ages. Luckily, this time-honored activity can be found on property at five Bluegreen resorts.
The following chart outlines the resorts that feature a mini golf course, playable by the entire family at no cost to owners and their guests.
|Resort Name||Number of holes||Description|
|Paradise Point||18-Hole Course||Paradise Point’s course is next to Bldg. 2 and is open from 10 am to 10 pm, with the last chance to get clubs is at 9 pm.|
|The Cliffs™ at Long Creek||18-Hole Course||The Cliffs™ at Long Creek features a fairly-challenging new course situated at the resort’s entrance that’s open all day.|
|Shenandoah Crossing™||18-Hole Course||Shenandoah Crossing™ boasts a newly renovated course in the center of the resort that’s open to owners and guests all day.|
|Christmas Mountain Village||18-Hole Course||At Christmas Mountain Village™, guests and owners can play at the course on the resort any time during the day.|
|Club Lodges at Trillium||9-Hole Course||Visiting owners and their guests at the Club Lodges at Trillium will need to drive to the on-property course and can play a round of Garden Golf between 8 am until 4 pm.|
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