6 places to go mini-golfing

Plan a fun family outing miniature golfing together. Here are some places to check out!

Helman’s Driving Range & Mini-Golf

N56W19901 Silver Spring Dr., Menomonee Falls, WI 53051

(262) 252-4447


Visit this seasonal outdoor sports center to play their 18-hole mini-golf course, practice on the driving range, or perfect your baseball swing in their batting cages.

Moorland Golf Center

5900 S. Moorland Rd., New Berlin, WI 53151

(262) 784-7552


Moorland Golf Center’s 18-hole mini-golf course features a coal mine, Farmer Ray’s barn, a moon man, and a wizard. You’ll be challenged by ponds, creeks, sand traps, and rock walls. After you work up your appetite, you can purchase a local treat like Cedar Crest ice cream, Sprecher root beer, Johnsonville Bratwurst, and more.

Prairieville Park

2507 Plaza Ct., Waukesha, WI 53186

(262) 784-4653


This seasonal family entertainment center houses five batting cages including slow-pitch softball, fast-pitch softball, and baseball from 35 to 80 miles per hour. There’s also an adventure-style 18-hole mini-golf course with water features and a mountain, and bumper cars for kids taller than 44 inches.

River Falls Family Fun Center

5401 W. Layton Ave., Greenfield, WI 53220

(414) 281-2815


River Falls Family Fun Center is home to outdoor activities including mini-golf, batting cages, and pedal karts. It’s open seasonally from April to October.

Swing Time


Germantown location

W197 N10340 Appleton Ave, Germantown WI 53022

(262) 251-3311

Their 18-hole miniature golf course has three waterfalls and a 70 foot hole, one of the longest in the country. For extra fun, try the 19th hole for a chance to win one free game. You’ll also find batting cages and go-karts for ages four and up, with a minimum height requirement of 36 inches.

Waukesha location

1601 E. Main St., Waukesha, WI 53186

(262) 547-3232

Miniature golf, batting cages, and driving range.

Tee Aire Golf

21700 Gumina Rd., Brookfield, WI 53072

(262) 781-2640


Tee Air Golf has a beautifully landscaped 18-hole miniature golf course on artificial turf greens, and they have putters for kids as young as two years old.

Related: Milwaukee County Parks / The First Tee of Southeast Wisconsin

11350 W. Theodore Trecker Way, West Allis, Wisconsin 53214

(414) 443-3570


Milwaukee County Parks partners with The First Tee and others to offer a huge selection of junior golf opportunities throughout the county starting at age seven. The parks offer beginner lessons, PGA Junior Leagues for kids 13 and under, and competitive golf tournaments. Programs have been offered at Brown Deer Park, Dretzka Park, and Noyes Park.

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