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Crave Golf Club has been voted the No. 1 mini-golf course in the country! TheTravel.com recently released their list of “The 10 Best Mini Putt Courses in America,” and Pigeon Forge’s very own Crave Golf Club took the top spot. We’ve got all the details on this honor and why you should visit Crave Golf Club on your vacation!
Best Mini Golf Course in the Nation
TheTravel.com is a popular site for all-things-travel! They publish travel news and tips for vacations all across the world to help make your vacation planning less stressful. The site recently released its list of the top 10 best mini golf courses in the country, and Crave Golf Club came in at No. 1. TheTravel.com said that Crave Golf Club in Pigeon Forge “stands out for all the right reasons.” The site accredited Crave’s ranking to its theme of sweet treats and colorful designs and obstacles, as well as the actual sweet treats you can enjoy when your putt-putt experience is over!
Crave Golf Club beat out popular courses like Philly Mini Golf in Philadelphia, which came in the second spot, and Pelly’s Mini Golf in Southern California, which came in third place. Other courses that made the list were Disney’s Winter Summerland Miniature Golf and Shoot for the Stars Mini Golf in Missouri.
About Crave Golf Club in Pigeon Forge
One of the reasons that Crave Golf Club is the best in the nation is because it offers not one, but TWO, mini-golf courses for visitors to enjoy. This attraction has both a 19-hole rooftop course and a 19-hole indoor course. Both courses have colorful themes and obstacles designed to challenge visitors in a fun way.
The indoor course at Crave Golf Club is 19 holes of mini-golf fun! You’ll putt through different sweet treats, including cliffs made of cocoa, ice cream sculpted canyons, and a sugar safari. To make your mini-golf adventure even more interesting, use the spinner at every hole before you putt! The spinner includes things like standing on one leg while you putt, putting between your legs, and spinning around in a circle before hitting the ball.
If you want to putt outdoors, you’ll love the 19-hole rooftop course! This course is two-tiered and takes you through Rocky Candy Mountain, Bubblegum Garden, and Jellybean Jungle. You’ll start on the ground, then wind your way up a hill and onto the roof. This course also features the spinners at every hole to make the game more interesting!
More Things to Do at Crave Golf Club in Pigeon Forge
Mini golf isn’t the only thing you can enjoy at Crave Golf Club! This Pigeon Forge attraction also includes mini bowling, escape games, and a sweet shop.
Mini-bowling: The mini bowling alley inside Crave Golf Club features all the action of actual bowling combined with the smaller and more fast-paced bowling experience. The mini pins and mini bowling balls make it more fun for kids!
Escape Games: The escape games are the newest addition to Crave Golf Club. Test your skills in your choice of two adventures: Mayday! A Deep Sea Adventure and Zombie Research Lab. In Mayday!, you’re trapped on a sinking submarine and must work with your team to seal all of the watertight doors before the water gets in. In Zombie Research Lab, you have to use your wits to find a cure for the Zombyte virus before the infected creatures take over the lab.
Sweet Shop: If playing on the candy-themed courses caused you to have a sweet tooth, head to Crave’s Sweet Shop! This shop has a wall of Jelly Belly jelly beans, gigantic boxes of Nerds, 4-foot pixie sticks, and so much more.
More Things to Do in Pigeon Forge
We know you can’t wait to visit the best mini-golf course in America! While you’re in the area to see Crave Golf Club in Pigeon Forge, take some time to explore some of the other popular attractions, like Dollywood and the Titanic Museum! To start planning your vacation, learn more about other fun things to do in Pigeon Forge.