Glowing Greens (Downtown)

Top marks for adding something a little different to the all too short list of wet weather activities in PDX.

1
hour of fun

Open

Noon 'til past bedtime.

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A photograph taken at Glowing Greens (Downtown)
A photograph taken at Glowing Greens (Downtown)

Pros

  • Thematically, far better executed than my (granted, low) expectations suggested. The black light effects are very cool, the sound effects spooky and the robotics unexpected.
  • Portland’s last remaining indoor mini golf venue – so you can go when it’s raining.
  • Remodeled in 2019.

Cons

  • Not cheap – $11.50 for adults and $9 for children.
  • 13 – rather than 18 – holes.
  • Possibly a little frightening for littl’ns. My five year old thought it “a little too spooky”
  • Be prepared for a wait at peak times i.e. wet weekend afternoons.

Tip

  • They validate for “Star Park” next door.

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Other mini-golf opportunities abound, though only the Birdie Time Pub is indoors.

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First posted: January 16, 2012; last updated: November 25, 2020.

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A photograph taken at Glowing Greens (Downtown)
A photograph taken at Glowing Greens (Downtown)
A photograph taken at Glowing Greens (Downtown)
A photograph taken at Glowing Greens (Downtown)
A photograph taken at Glowing Greens (Downtown)
A photograph taken at Glowing Greens (Downtown)

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