A Glow-in-the-Dark Twist on Mini Golf
Glowgolf makes for unique, indoor fun
A trend for amusements puts a colorful twist on traditional miniature golf by adding black lights for glow-in-the-dark play. The sites are indoors and can operate year-round, regardless of the weather.
Opry Glowgolf, located inside Independence Mall in Wilmington, is one such site. Kids and adults alike get a kick out of its boldly illuminated, ocean-themed courses. General admission covers the cost of unlimited play for the day, and is $8; kids age 5 and under, military and handicap are $6.
Its Laser Maze Challenge is priced separately: one game, $3; two games, $5; five games, $10. For more information, call 910-791-8740 or visit opryglowgolf.com. Other black light amusement centers in NC include Purple Planet 3-D Mini Golf in Belmont (704-829-6455 or purpleplanetminigolf.com) and Pirate Black Light Golf in Fayetteville (910-864-1638 or pirateblacklightgolf.com).
More Tar Heel Outings