Fun for Everyone
Ever wonder about the origins of Miniature Golf? According to Wikipedia, in Scotland around
1867 women had become interested in the game of golf. But
conservative social norms of the era deemed it unacceptable for
women to perform "violent movements" such as required by the swing
of a golf club. Therefore, an 18-hole course of short putting
greens was constructed for these women. This minigolf course, known
as Ladies' Putting Club of St. Andrew, is still operating
today and is open to the public.
But you don't have to go to Scotland to enjoy a unique miniature
golf experience. At Bushkill Falls we are pleased to offer guests
our version of a fun Miniature Golf Course- made up of 18 fun
holes of Bushkill Falls' replicas.
Our Miniature Golf Course is open:
- Weekends - weather permitting.
- Daily - during July and August - weather permitting.
Price is $5.00 per person and includes a
souvenir golf ball.
Come test your putt-putt golfing skills while visiting the
Bushkill Falls park.