Lost Treasure Golf, Kill Devil Hills

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
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3.7/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
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  • The whole theme and atmosphere is well-done - you ride a train to the course, waterfalls, old-time storefronts, miners, etc. It's clean and easy to follow the course. We played the diamond course. My ...  read more »
  • The September night air was lovely and we decided to play a round of mini golf. What I really liked about this place was their system of assigning you a specific course. We noticed that everyone will ...  read more »
  • We came here while staying in Corolla. The course was alot of fun. It seems a bit pricey for the easiness of the holes. 
  • Staff was very nice and the train was cool. We played the Diamond side of the course. Was mostly straight shots, with at least one being level and no obstructions but everything was we'll maintained. We didn't notice that our coupon had a time if day restriction so had to pay full price.
  • It was one of the most boring putt putt courses I've been to. Every single whole was straight and had no fun/cool obstacles on them. The waterfalls and other things you see from the road are non existent when you are actually on the course. I went with my little cousins and they thought it was the most boring course thy have ever been to. Anywhere else is really better than this putt putt course. It was also more expensive then almost all other courses.
  • Overall great mini golf. Your journey begins with a ride on the mine car train from the ticket counter to the first hole. Kind of unique! We did the gold mine trail. It was medium difficulty but fun. Very high quality turf and decorations. Well maintained. Small complaint was that many of the greens seemed almost unintentionally uneven which made them more difficult. One big complaint. The brick boarder around each hole was often made with sections of brick missing. I suspect in many cases this was to make them more wheelchair friendly. However the result was gaping holes in the boarders, near the hole, where your ball could easily roll off the green and into some water feature. In addition to that some holes like the one in my second picture almost seemed designed to divert your ball with an obstacle in a way that would cause you to lose the ball! In my second picture you can see a V formed by the rock on the green and the brick boarder. At the base of the V the brick is missing, meaning a ball caught in this V gets directed right into the rushing water! We started specing out each hole and posting people at these gaps to divert balls back onto the green if they were headed off. Never had to do this before in mini golf.
  • Really enjoyed this place! I really loved that they have two different courses so that you do not feel rushed because you have people waiting behind you. I wouldn't recommend it for people who have large parties unless you are willing to spilt up.
  • Great place for the kids, starts off with a little train ride. Avoid the crowds by going early. There are shady holes to get away from the sun, but bring plenty of water!!!!!!!
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