Putt and play at these great Toronto mini-golf courses

It doesn’t take a whole lot of skill to enjoy a round of mini-golf, although a sense of humour is probably an asset. This nostalgic pastime is suddenly cool again (albeit perhaps just ironically) and is both fun and affordable. So grab your friends and family and put your putter to work at these mini-golf courses just outside the downtown.

401 Mini-Indy Go-Karts

37 Stoffel Dr, Etobicoke, ON M9W 6A8

This indoor mini-golf course offers 18 challenging holes set against a glowing backdrop. The course features replicas of some of Toronto’s most iconic landmarks and Indy-themed props. The entertainment complex also offers indoor and outdoor racetracks, so you can spend the morning go-karting and then play a round of mini-golf after lunch.

Scarborough Family Golf Centre

1395 Tapscott Rd, Toronto, ON M1X 0A1

This Scarborough golf centre has a sprawling outdoor course that the whole family will love. The Medieval-themed mini-putt course features 18 holes with all sorts of fun elements, including a large fairytale castle and a pirate ship.

Centreville Amusement Park

Toronto Island, Toronto, ON M5J 2G2

Located on Toronto’s picturesque Centre Island, this kid-friendly amusement park is the perfect place to take your little ones during the summer months. Pack a picnic, hop aboard the ferry and enjoy an afternoon of miniature golf under the sun. Centreville also has plenty of rides, games and a petting zoo onsite.

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