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Upton Hill Regional Park, Arlington

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Upton Hill Regional Park is a regional park located in Arlington, Virginia in the United States. The park takes its name from nearby Upton's Hill. The park features batting cages, a pool, and most notability, a minigolf course. The golf course includes the world's longest minigolf hole, at 140 feet. The course was designed by minigolf designer Jim Bryant.
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  • Growing up I've had a few birthday celebrations here and I enjoy coming back to visit and show my friends. The mini golf is fun and the pool is nice on a hot summer day It does tend to get crowded.  more »
  • Take the High Road or the Low Road...both will go through Upton Hill Regional Park. The Park is an excellent location for Spring-Autumn sports (tennis, baseball, basketball, jogging) or just contempla...  more »
  • The batting cages are CHEAP!!! Seriously underrated feature. The mini-golf is great for kids, and the pool / splash park / water slides are very good for little kids (ages 3-9 or 10). The pool does ge...  more »
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  • The mini golf is alright but the course itself could be more fun as it doesn't have all the obstacles and things you might find at beach mini golf courses. The holes themselves could be built a bit better as some of them are very shallow so it's easy for the balls to pop out. The batting cage is fairly typical for an outdoor cage but for those of you who are good hitters, be warned that the fast pitch baseball cage only goes up to a little over 70 mph. For $12, you can get unlimited use per person of all the facilities including the swimming pool for the day.
  • I've been going to the batting cages for years. I assumed the pool only had things for kids, but there are several lap lanes blocked off and an "adult leisure lane" for people who just want to cool off without risking a kid jumping on them. Lifeguards are paying attention and plenty of open lounge chairs. I visited on a weekday though. I imagine weekends are different. I just wish they'd stay open one hour later, so I could potentially get here for a quick dip after work.
  • Always took my kiddos their for an annual putt putt game. Great claen pool. Batting cages and a place to grill n chill..
  • My son loves coming here. The mini golf is fun. Batting cage is great and pool when open is also great!
  • Great park! Putt putt, swimming, batting cages, picnic areas.