Salter Path Mini Golf Course
The noted explorer, archaeologist, anthropologist, paleontologist, and part-time taxidermist from the University of Chicago, Professor Duffer A. Hacker, led two expeditions to the Fogclift Islands off the coast of South America in the 1920’s. The purpose of these expeditions was to search for ancient gold and diamond mines rumored to be hidden on the Islands. Professor Hacker’s first surprise was the discovery of an old mining train built by the Germans during the First World War. Take the mining car* to the top of the mountain and follow Professor Hacker as you putt your way through an adventurous expedition to find gold and diamonds. Be sure to check out the go-karts, bumper boats, kiddie rides, and arcade that the professor discovered on his expedition. We hope you enjoy this Salter Path mini golf course!
*Ride operations dependent on weather
- Two 18 Hole Miniature Golf Courses
- A Mining Train that will take you to the first holes
- Bumper Boats
- Kiddie Rides
Closed for the season, effective November 2nd.
First Round is 1 18-hole Course:
Ages 5 & Up $10.50
Ages 4 & Under Free with plastic putter
Second Round $6.00
Double Seater $12.50
There is no tax.