From glow-in-the-dark, to bucolic country club swinging, there are fun options for mini golf in and around Portland. Here are some that are open now.
If you head out, follow social distancing best practices, and be sure to check with the courses for updated information about hours, availability and specific COVID-19 processes.
Pietro’s Pizza and Pirate Adventure. A repeat pick in our readers’ poll for family fun centers, Pietro’s Pizza and Pirate Adventure offers black-light, pirate-themed mini golf at their Beaverton and Salem locations. There’s also a full menu, drinks and a Gallery of Games arcade. 13281 SW Canyon Rd., Beaverton and 1637 Hawthorne NE, Salem.
Eagle Landing Golf Course. This well-heeled mini golf experience offers 36 holes of perfectly groomed, straightforward mini golf. You’ll find water features, perfectly-maintained flower beds and a general country club atmosphere. They also offer foot golf—bring your own soccer ball to save the $3 rental fee. 10220 SE Causey Ave., Happy Valley
Tualatin Island Greens. Tualatin Greens offers challenging mini golf in a picturesque, country club setting. It’s like playing golf, just miniaturized, with water hazards, sand bunkers, and undulating surfaces. 20400 SW Cipole Rd., Tualatin
Twin Pines Country Club. This isn’t like any country club you’ve ever seen, and it’s just so perfectly Portland. This six-hole course is not a business—just a family’s yard-turned-mini golf course! There is no cost to play. 8434 SE Clay St., Portland
Wilsonville Family Fun Center. You’ll find mini golf and much more at this Wilsonville family favorite. There are two different courses to choose from, both 18 holes. 29111 SW Town Center Loop W, Wilsonville