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Upton Hill Regional Park, Arlington

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.4/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
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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  • I stumbled upon the mini golf course at Upton Hill while trying to find mini golf in Arlington. The course is average - nothing special in decoration or design. If you're looking for mini golf in Arli...  read more »
  • We have spent many an afternoon there at the pool &/or swiming pool. We have had several birthday parties in the picnic area topped off with miniature golf. Pool is good for seniors and 11 to 15 year ...  read more »
  • If you want to get away from Washington DC to come to this park and it's beautiful and very tasty, with lots of trees and places for rest
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