Bananas Fun Park - Miniature Golf Course
Grand Junction, Colorado
featured Mini Golf Course 2469 River Rd
Grand Junction, CO 81505-1320
United States
P: (970) 241-7529
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Good Times!

It's been a couple of years at this point, but my wife and I visited Bananas quite a few times for a round of putt-putt. They also have batting cages, go-karts, bumper boats. The course is fun, not the most intersting I've ever seen, but fun nonetheless. I would recommend taking the kids or even just taking your partner. Good Times!

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