Welcome to your official guide for the top ten miniature golf places in and near Oregon. Did we have to go that hard with TEN locations? Yes, yes we did. These miniature golf places all have their own personalities, from small to big, from fancy to homegrown, and everything in between. We want you to find the perfect place for your family. Please know that these are not ranked in order of awesomeness because only you can do that. We hope you will try a few of these to see what works for your family, all while exploring our beautiful state and making some core memories with your kids. 

1. The Aerie at Eagle Landing

10220 SE Causey Avenue, Happy Valley, OR

The Aerie at Eagle Landing is just beautiful. The grounds are also known for weddings, and it shows. This miniature golf location has 36 holes with waterfalls, fountains, mountains, and more. They also have soccer golf. You read that right. According to its website, it is “the first dedicated soccer golf course in the country.” But as we go through the list, we have another soccer golf opportunity.

2. Bullwinkle’s Entertainment

29111 SW Town Center Loop W, Wilsonville, OR

You have seen it from I-5, but if you haven’t been to Bullwinkle’s in a while (or ever), you should plan a trip. Bullwinkle’s has had a remodel, and it is looking good. There are two mini golf courses. Both courses have 18 holes with bridges, creeks, miniature buildings, caves, and there is a castle.

Pro Tip: Be prepared for more than mini golf. They have a LOT of activities (arcade, sky trails, bowling, go-karts, virtual reality, bumper boats, zip lines, and more).

3. The Little Eagle 18-Skamania

1131 SW Skamania Lodge Way, Stevenson, WA

This course is located at Skamania Lodge. The Little Eagle is huge and amazing. The course covers 2.5 acres and has 18 holes. It is like golfing in the forest. Plus, there are trails to check out and zip lining if that is your thing. 

Pro Tip: Since you made the drive, go ahead and get a room. Lots to choose from. Have you seen those Tree Houses? Wow! Skamania’s whole scenery is gorgeous, and the pool and hot tub(s) are lovely. 

4. Oaks Park

7805 SE Oaks Park Way, Portland, OR 

Oaks Park is old school Portland that you must experience. Chipper’s Woods Miniature Golf has 18 holes. The course offers incredible views of Portland’s West Hills and the Willamette River. Children under five can play for free with a paid adult.

Pro Tip: There are roller coasters and kiddie rides (perfect for the preschool crowd), midway games, and the oldest roller-skating rink in the county. So, get the ride bracelets, or check out the preschool ride days, or kids mornings. There are many great options to get the whole Oak’s Park experience. 

5. Pietro’s Pizza and Pirate Adventure

13281 SW Canyon Road, Beaverton, OR

Pirate Adventure? Sign us up! There is a pirate ship in the Beaverton location. The Beaverton Pietro’s has an indoor blacklight mini golf course that is little and so fun. There are other Pietro locations, but not all of them have miniature golf courses. 

Pro Tip: Order the Taco Pizza. Is it unconventional? Yes. Is it delicious? Surprisingly also yes.

6. Sah-Hah-Lee Golf Course

17104 SE 130th Avenue Clackamas, OR 

Sah-Hah-Lee has 18 holes located on the banks of the magnificent Clackamas River. And this place has sand traps! That is a rarity in the mini golf world. This is also the other location that has soccer golf. 

7. Tualatin Island Greens Mini Golf
20400 SW Cipole Road Tualatin, OR 

Tualatin Island Greens is designed after world-famous holes (all in mini form). This is another large miniature golf course with over 3 acres for the 18 holes. This place definitely has a charming quintessential mini golf kind of vibe.  

8. Twin Pines Country Club

8434 SE Clay Street Portland. OR

Twin Pines Country Club is adorable! Located in the Montavilla neighborhood, it is a six-hole course in a side yard of a Portland family. It is free. Be sure to respect the neighborhood when you visit. Local filmmaker Kia Anne Geraths made a short documentary about Twin Pines Country Club if you want to check it out. 

9. Wunderland

11011 SE Main Street, Milwaukie, OR 

There are many Wunderlands in the Portland area, but only the Milwaukie location has mini golf. It is a nine-hole mini golf course with blacklights and a Hawaiian jungle! Now that is a combo! This is not a course for very young children; no one under the age of 5 will be admitted.

Pro Tip: You probably want to plan to spend some time at this Portland institution. It is always a hit for the kids. There are cheap movies, arcade games, laser tag, escape rooms, virtual reality, and more. 

10. Laser Blasters

8700 NE Vancouver Mall Drive Suite 191, Vancouver, WA 9

This 14-hole course has blacklights and is safari themed. Laser Blasters has laser tag (thus the name), virtual reality, escape rooms, and ax throwing. Another place where there is something for everyone. 

We hope this guide will help you find the perfect place to get the perfect putt…or at least have a blast trying. We would love to hear about your experiences, or if you have some you want to add to the list.