Waving palm trees, pirate ships, dinosaurs and more are everyday staples of that vacation favorite activity, miniature golf. Both the young and young at heart can enjoy hours of fun sending those brightly colored golf balls up hills and down valleys, through tunnels and along high banks, all in the pursuit of that elusive hole in one. Take a step back in time when you play at Professor Hacker's Lost Treasure Golf in Kill Devil Hills. Two 18-hole courses await and everyone will enjoy a ride in a mining train to the first hole. Pirates young and old will enjoy some fun pirate-themed putt-putt at Blackbeard's Miniature Golf in Nags Head.
Mini golfers can enjoy a delicious frozen treat at Uncle Eddy's Frozen Custard and 18-hole Mini Golf in Buxton. If you're vacationing near Frisco, be sure to stop in at Frisco Mini Golf and Go Karts for some great fun on their 18-hole putt-putt course. Afterwards be sure to take a spin on one of the go kart tracks or bumper cars. If you have a large vacationing party, stop by Paradise Golf & Arcade in Kill Devil Hills. As the largest miniature golf course on the Outer Banks, you'll enjoy getting to play 36 challenging holes, along with an arcade and snack bar. Miniature golf is a great vacation activity for the entire family to enjoy so be sure to get in a round or two on your next Outer Banks vacation.