Looking to get out of the house and have fun with the family? Or perhaps you want to take a special someone out for a fun, unique date. Miniature golf is a great suggestion. Unfortunately, there aren't many places to play mini-golf in the Oklahoma City metro area; it's a dwindling business, it seems. But here is information on a few.
Course Type: Outdoor/Elaborate
Cost: $6.50/18 holes, $8.50/36 holes, $4/children 6-10, Free/children under 6 with paying adults
Summary: Celebration Station ranks as one of the better places to take the kids in OKC, but the miniature golf is great for adults as well. There are 3 full 18-hole mini-golf courses at Celebration Station, and they are very well-designed, varied and challenging.
Course Type: Indoor/Simple
Cost: $8 (all ages 6 and up), $6 (5 and under)
Summary: Across from Old Navy in Norman's Sooner Mall is a unique twist on the traditional mini-golf experience. While the course is of a simple design, the vibrant colors under blacklight add some life to the party.
Course Type: Outdoor/Simple
Cost: $7/unlimited play, Free/Children under 5 with paid adult
Summary: The Putt-A-Round facility in Edmond is one of the better and more challenging around. The course is relatively simple, relying on design and terrain rather than gimmicky caricatures or devices. There's also an indoor game room and snack area.
Course Type: Indoor
Cost: Call for pricing
Summary: Unfortunately, I haven't had a chance to sample this spot in south OKC's Crossroads Mall, so I can't speak to its "extremity." But it could be a nice indoor diversion while shopping.