8 Best Mini Golf Courses in Pigeon Forge, Ranked With Coupons [2023]

crave mini golf sign

Crave Golf has an indoor and outdoor course in Pigeon Forge (photo by Morgan Overholt/TheSmokies.com)

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There’s no shortage of mini golf or putt putt courses in the Great Smoky Mountains. Sometimes, it can be hard to know which one to choose.

Here, we take a look at some of the best mini golf courses in Pigeon Forge so you can select which one may be a fit for you and your family on your trip to the mountains.

Whether you’re looking for the best theme, best price or the best coupon, it’s hard to go wrong with any of the below options.

Remember, pricing and hours are subject to change. Combo packages are often offered, and be sure to ask about discounts when you purchase a second round.

Without further ado, here are some of our favorite mini golf attractions in Pigeon Forge TN:

a coming soon sign for sky pirates
Construction is underway at Sky Pirates of Mermaid Bay (photo by James Overholt/TheSmokies.com)

8. Sky Pirates of Mermaid Bay

There may be no shortage of mini golf courses in the area, but Sky Pirates of Mermaid Bay will be one of the newest courses when it opens in the summer of 2023.

This new epic mini golf adventure will have an 18-hole indoor course and an 18-hole rooftop pirate-themed course.

It belongs to the same family as other popular mini golf attractions in the area, Toy Box Mini Golf and Crave Mini Golf. (Keep reading to find out more about those courses!)

The Sky Pirates of Mermaid Bay will be located at 2420 Parkway in Pigeon Forge.

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pirate golf in pigeon forge at magiquest
MagiQuest has a blacklight indoor course (photo by Kimberly Grayson/TheSmokies.com)

7. MagiQuest

Located in a giant castle along the Parkway, it’s hard to miss MagiQuest.

Inside this castle, MagiQuest hosts four main attractions: A MagiQuest treasure hunt game, the Adventure Arcade, the Odyssey Mirror Maze, and last but not least, Pirate Golf.

MagiQuest hosts an 18-hole blacklight mini golf course themed in a Caribbean pirate village. And, if you score a hole-in-one on the 18th hole, you might be serenaded by Blackbeard and friends.

Pirate Golf is an indoor course, making it perfect in any weather condition.

Pricing for golf is $12.99 per adult and $10.99 per child at the time of this writing. MagiQuest is located at 2491 Parkway in Pigeon Forge. To learn more, visit their website.

Also, MagiQuest will occasionally offer discounts on Groupon.

Old MacDonald's Farm Mini Golf
Old MacDonald’s Farm mini golf has a barnyard-themed outdoor course in Sevierville, just outside of Pigeon Forge (photo by Morgan Overholt/TheSmokies.com)

6. Ripley’s Old MacDonald’s Farm Mini Golf

I love a good Ripley’s attraction. In fact, the Smoky Mountains are home to the most Ripley’s attractions of anywhere in the world, making it a good opportunity to take advantage of their combo passes and visit even more attractions in Gatlinburg.

This course features 54 holes of the old days with “down on the farm” family fun. And it includes animated barnyard characters like pigs and chickens, water features and interactive elements.

At the time of this writing, mini golf for adults is $16.99 and $11.99 for children.

Remember, if you buy a combo pass from Ripley’s, you can save up to $50 per person and choose additional attractions, like Ripley’s Believe it or Not! or Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies.

This mini golf course is located at 1639 Parkway in Sevierville.

To learn more, visit their website.

Professor Hacker's Lost Treasure Golf in Pigeon Forge
You can save $1 off admission if you visit Lost Treasure Golf online before your visit (photo by Morgan Overholt/TheSmokies.com)

5. Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf

This outdoor mini golf destination offers two 18-hole courses themed around Professor Hacker, an explorer, archaeologist, anthropologist, paleontologist and part-time taxidermist.

Guests can search for ancient “gold and diamond mines” as they golf their way through the course. The family can take a mining train to the top of the mountain. From there, your expedition will visit a cave, waterfall, pirate ship, temple and a mock volcano to find the hidden treasure of gold and diamonds.

Pricing for adults is $15.50. Children 5-12 cost $13, while ages four and under are $5.

My personal favorite thing about Professor Hacker’s is knowing that it sits on top of what used to be Magic World. Some pieces of the old attraction have been integrated into the current mini golf course.

Pro tip: If you visit them online, you can usually get $1 off admission per person. To learn more, visit their website.

Professor Hacker’s is located at 3010 Parkway in Pigeon Forge.

Read Also: There Used To Be a Theme Park Named Magic World in Pigeon Forge

dinosaurs at fantasy golf
Fantasy Golf features dragons, dinosaurs, unicorns and more (photo by Morgan Overholt/TheSmokies.com)

4. Fantasy Golf

Fantasy Golf is an outdoor mini golf course with a magical theme that has two courses, each with 18 holes.

The courses feature dragons, castles, unicorns, caves and dinosaurs. On our last visit, the prices were only $7.50 for children and $10 for adults, but note that prices are subject to change.

They are located at 3263 Parkway in Pigeon Forge.

The Track mini golf in Pigeon Forge
The Track offers mini golf, go-karts and an arcade (photo by Alaina O’Neal/TheSmokies.com)

3. The Track

The Track in Pigeon Forge is a multi-level family fun center that features arcade games, bumper cars and of course, mini golf.

Golfers of all ages can enjoy jungle tunnels, waterfalls and tunnels throughout the putt putt course.

The Track is a great option if the family is in the mood for additional family activities like arcade games or go-karts.

It is a chain with a handful of locations across the Southeast. The only downside to The Track, in my opinion, is its point system.

Guests buy point cards to use as money. A round of mini golf is usually about 12 points.

The Track is located at 2575 Parkway in Pigeon Forge. To learn more, visit their website.

Read Also: Who Has the Best, Fastest Go-Karts in Pigeon Forge? [2023]

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Toy Box Mini Golf features larger-than-life toys throughout the course (photo by Alaina O’Neal/TheSmokies.com)

2. Toy Box Mini Golf

Toy Box Mini Golf holds the title of the world’s first toy-themed mini golf. The outdoor course has 18 holes set in a giant toy wonderland. And of course, there is a toy store.

The course offers snacks, combo packages, a laser maze and fun photo ops for kids of every age. Pricing for children is $11.99 at the time of this writing. Adults are $16.99.

Save $2 when you purchase two courses online with promo code TBTSC online. You can also view and print the coupon here.

Toy Box Mini Golf is located at 112 Dollywood Lane in Pigeon Forge. It comes from the same family as Crave Golf Club, which brings us to our final course …

golf hole at candy themed course in pigeon forge
Crave Golf Club offers an indoor and outdoor course (photo by Alaina O’Neal/TheSmokies.com)

1. Crave Golf Club

This 18,500-sq ft mini golf destination and adventure center has both an indoor family golf course as well as an outdoor rooftop course.

Both courses at Crave Golf Club have 19 holes, which are candy-themed and fully handicap accessible. This location also offers mini bowling, escape rooms, ice cream and (of course) a candy store.

At the time of this writing, one course for adults is $16.99 and $11.99 for children.

Save $3 when you purchase two courses online with promo code TSC at Crave Golf Club mini golf. You can also view and print the coupon here.

What is your favorite mini golf course in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee? Let us know in the comments!


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Alaina O'Neal

Alaina is the owner and founder of Alaina Media LLC, a freelance graphic design agency, the owner and founder of BoardGameChick.com, and the co-founder of TheSmokies.com LLC – a media company that specializes in regional travel sites.

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