4 Local Mini Golf Courses to Visit

4 Local Mini Golf Courses to Visit

Fore! Looking for something fun for the whole family? We've curated a list of 4 mini golf courses around the city for you to visit. Whether you're looking for super hero themed holes, challenging courses, or yummy treats to try when you're finished, this list will have the course for you!

Forsythe Miniature Golf

This mini golf course is located beside Carnegie Park and has 18 holes to play plus a bonus 19th hole. Forsythe has been open since 1942 providing exciting experiences for all ages. Warning: The course is more challenging than it looks. You can't visit Forsythe without trying their creative homemade ice cream sandwiches! 

Forsythe Miniature Golf 
920 Forsythe Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15106


Cool Springs

Cool Springs has been a staple sport complex in South Hills for the last 40 years. The campus offers  Allegheny Health Network Sports Complex, the Clubhouse, a two-story driving range, and an 18-hole miniature golf course! This mini golf course is a classic and the longest course on this side of the Mississippi. Check out the restaurants after you putt!

Cool Springs
1530 Hamilton Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15234


Kniess Miniature Golf

This course dates back to 1930 and is known for it's beautiful flower arrangements and crafted scenes at each hole. With two different 18 hole courses, Kniess is a great option for a fun activity whether with the family, as a date, or with a group of friends.

Kniess Miniature Golf
3005 Babcock Blvd., Pittsburgh, PA 15237


Sunset Golf 

Sunset Golf is South Hill's favorite mini golf location. Featuring 27 unique and challenge holes, Sunset has all your mini golf and other golfing needs covered. From a skull to a dinosaur and even Mario being featured at some of the holes, there's something for everyone to enjoy. 

Sunset Golf 
3501 Brownsville Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15129

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