Mini Golf Blog

New Season Approaching

Posted in Uncategorized, news, school groups by Administrator on the April 1st, 2010

I smell Spring! We are gearing up for the start of the season 2010 as the snow disappears. We are expecting great weather, lots of fun events, and many improvements on the course.

We have challenged ourselves to improve upon the fantastic gardens
that grew last summer. We had a couple of generous seed planters contribute their time and talents and we send a large thank you to Stan and Louise Fedorchuk, Holly Poland, and Pam Mulka for all their help starting seeds.

Would you like to be part of our team?

We are looking for 15 classrooms to join us in our efforts; we will reward teams of seed starters, planters, and
gardeners with Mini Golf rewards and loads of appreciation. We want to hear from you.

That gorgeous weather we had last year is returning and we are waiting impatiently.

See you soon on the course – we open for school groups May 10, 2010.


Posted in Photos, news by Administrator on the July 29th, 2009

Independence Day 2009

Posted in news, special offers by Administrator on the July 7th, 2009

Thank you to all the folks who came out to Pioneer Park July 4 to celebrate Independence Day. We welcomed over 6,500 guests with blooming flowers, heaping plates of apple pie with ice cream, and 36 holes of Alaskan Adventure. OK, maybe not all 6,500 came to play golf on Saturday – but young and old, ragged and refined, patriotic and just hungry; you came.

The festivities aboard the Riverboat Nenana were a fine kick-off for the day’s events which featured fine foods, wonderful music, storytelling at the Gazebo, and all kinds of games and the kids’ parade.

Thank you for coming to see us and for those Military families who were asking about Military Appreciation Day; you will be invited to be our guests in August! Check back on our calendar for exact dates.


Posted in news by Administrator on the May 31st, 2009

Mini Golf Fairbanks has been rocking all weekend with some pretty big tremors rattling our canoe-paddle windmill and distracting our brown bears from their important task of fishing for silver salmon on the first hole of the Alaskan course. One guest reported seeing Chocolate (the bear closest to the clubhouse) actually look around to see what was causing all that rumbling.

We are glad to report no damage from the quakes. Our 36-holes are intact and the popcorn machine continues to pop great golden popcorn for hungry golfers.

Stop by and see us in person or check out our calendar for all the upcoming events at the course and in the Park.