9 Mini Golf Courses in the Milwaukee Area (2022)

Looking for a fun family outing? You can’t go wrong with miniature golfing! The whole family can play, and clever obstacles and water hazards offer a challenge for everyone. Can you be the first in your group to get a hole-in-one?

Many of these miniature golf courses in the Milwaukee area also have driving ranges, making them the perfect place for you and your budding golfer to work on your swings. Some are great places to host kids’ birthday parties too!

Pro Tip: Create a new family tradition. Follow up a round of mini golf is with a round of ice cream!

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1. Moorland Road Golf Center

5900 S. Moorland Rd., New Berlin, WI 53151
(262) 784-7552

water wheel at Moorland Road Golf center miniature mini New Berlin Wisconsin
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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. Elevation changes offer scenic views overlooking the valley, and sometimes you can even spot some Wisconsin dairy cows next door. After you work up your appetite, you can purchase a local treat like Cedar Crest ice cream, Sprecher root beer, Johnsonville Bratwurst, and more!

2. Prairieville Park

2507 Plaza Ct., Waukesha, WI 53186
(262) 784-4653

kids in front of waterfall at Prairieville Park mini golf Waukesha Wisconsin
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This seasonal family entertainment center is home to an adventure-style 18-hole mini golf course with a mountain at the center and water features like ponds, creeks, and roaring waterfalls. There are also bumper cars for kids taller than 44 inches, and five batting cages, including slow-pitch softball, fast-pitch softball, and baseball from 35 to 80 miles per hour.

3. Swing Time – Germantown

W197 N10340 Appleton Ave., Germantown WI 53022
(262) 251-3311

lighthouse and waterfalls at Swing Time mini golf Germantown Wisconsin
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One of the premier miniature golf locations in Wisconsin, this 18-hole 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 a driving range.

4. Swing Time – Waukesha

1601 E. Main St., Waukesha, WI 53186
(262) 547-3232

19th hole with hanging shark at Swing Time mini golf Waukesha Wisconsin
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Built around and over a large pond with a waterfall, this mini golf course has a nautical theme with pirates and sharks. There are two levels of creative holes and water features, and there’s even a chance to win a free game on the bonus 19th hole.. Besides miniature golf, there’s also a driving range and batting cages (15 pitches for $1).

5. Tee Aire Golf

21700 Gumina Rd., Brookfield, WI 53072
(262) 781-2640

aerial shot of Tee Aire miniature golf Brookfield Wisconsin
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Tee Aire 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. Rolling hills and nostalgic obstacles and décor characterize this course. An 18-acre driving range is also on site.

6. Gastrau’s Golf Center

1300 E. Rawson Ave., Oak Creek, WI 53154
(414) 571-7002

Gastrau's Golf Center mini golf course Oak Creek Wisconsin
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With water around nearly every corner, this course presents a unique challenge for every skill level. Call ahead to see if there’s a wait time, but usually it isn’t more than 5-10 minutes. Look for a Halloween-themed course in October!

7. Logger’s Park Sports Complex

1751 State Highway 175, Richfield, WI 53076
(262) 623-6066

child looking at waterfall at Logger's Park mini golf Richfield Wisconsin
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Located two miles north of Germantown and just off of Holy Hill Road, this 18-hole adventure course features mesmerizing waterfalls with blue water and surrounding views of the countryside. There are also baseball diamonds and sand volleyball courts nearby.

8. Missing Links

12950 N. Port Washington Rd., Mequon, WI 53097
(262) 243-5711

lighthouse at Missing Links mini golf Mequon Wisconsin
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Navigate around two rivers, three ponds, two waterfalls, and light houses at this 18-hole Great Lakes Adventure course. Enjoy some shaved ice or ice cream after your round. You’ll also find one of the last remaining Jack Nicklaus par three golf courses and a foot golf course on site.

9. Mulligan’s

6633 Douglas Ave., Racine, WI 53402
(262) 681-6464

child at Mulligan's mini golf Caledonia Racine Wisconsin
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For almost 20 years Mulligan’s has been a family favorite, offering a challenging 18-hole mini golf course and lighted driving range to the Racine area. There’s caves, waterfalls and plenty of hazards. Kids under 5 play for $1 with a paid adult. Other attractions include a driving range and an indoor arcade. You can also grab a bite to eat at Buddy’s Sports Grill.

BONUS: Nine Below

1905 E. North Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53202
(414) 939-8592

Nine Below indoor build-your-own mini golf tavern
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A fun, year-round option for older kids (ages 12+) and adults, Nine Below is the world’s first build-your-own mini golf tavern, and it’s located underground on Milwaukee’s East Side. You group gets assigned an empty green, and you work together to choose your theme and hole placement, set course boundaries and place obstacles. Then everyone plays a 9-hole course that includes the mini golf hole you created, plus eight holes designed by the other teams in your round.

Note: Ages 12 and up are welcome before 6 p.m.; ages 16 and up are welcome anytime. ​Minors (under 18) must be accompanied by an adult and provide a waiver signed by a legal guardian. Advance reservations strongly recommended.

RELATED: Milwaukee County Parks / 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, Currie Park, Whispering Springs, Lake Park and Noyes Park.

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