Camelot Golfland - Miniature Golf Course
Anaheim, California
featured Mini Golf Course 3200 E Carpenter Ave
Anaheim, CA 92806-2801
United States
P: (714) 630-3340
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Saturday, May 31, 2008
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We went to this mini golf course for my son's birthday. This beautiful 5 course golf course claims to be the largest in the World. It has it all. You enter through a castle, which is also an arcade. The pizza is baked with fresh dough and they serve dreyers ice cream cakes for birthdays. There is a laser tag and a hugh 3 story water slide. The golf is excellent. Great for putting. There are 5 courses for all levels of players that include castles, pagodas, spanish missions, colorful lights at night, moving gates and swinging poles and of course waterways. We really enjoyed it and hightly recommend it.

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