Miniature golf is a favorite activity for many who visit the Gatlinburg area. It’s a low stress, leisurely activity that is a great way to hang out with friends and family. There are a number of mini golf options in Gatlinburg. Today we discuss one of the best options in town – Treasure Quest Miniature Golf.
The theme of Treasure Quest is an Indiana Jones-style adventure with exotic characters, strange creatures, and of course, an explorer pushing a giant boulder. The lighting in the venue does a great job of creating a mysterious atmosphere. Some of the holes also utilize black lights, which adds a little to the difficulty.
Treasure Quest is an inside, 18-hole course. In terms of difficulty, this is a medium difficulty course. There are not an excessive amount of humps or obstacles on the course. If you can hit a golf ball in a somewhat straight line, you have a good chance at success.
Treasure Quest is probably not the right choice if you are looking to test your skill in a high difficulty environment. But it’s GREAT for those looking for some easy entertainment, or trying to keep kids entertained. This course isn’t so much about providing a challenging game as it is providing entertainment in a visually interesting environment. It is also located completely inside in a dark, cool building. Gatlinburg can get hot in the summertime, so if you are looking to beat the heat, this is a great option.
Treasure Quest Miniature Golf is located right on the main strip (Parkway). It is in the center of Parkway next to a jewelry seller. It is easy to find. It is also very easy to get to from Edgewater Hotel. Just cross over River Road, walk over to Parkway, and you’re there.
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The attraction generally opens daily at 10:00AM, but hours may vary by season.