Spring Lake Amusement Park - Miniature Golf Course
Spring Lake Park, Minnesota
featured Mini Golf Course 1066 Highway 10 Ne
Spring Lake Park, MN 55432-1254
United States
P: (763) 786-4994
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Sunday, July 25, 2010
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Great mini golf experience for our whole family! My kids loved the fun characters. It appears the turf is new and there is actual rough on some holes.
Interesting to see the negative review of the course owner. I happened to be there the day that the dog walkers allowed their dogs go to the bathroom all over the property and not clean it up. I wanted to say something myself to the inconsiderate people. Courses are well-maintained and as a customer I'd rather not step in dog excrement while golfing with my kids. We loved our experience and will be back! The owner even gave my kid a new golf ball when we left.

Saturday, July 24, 2010
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Worst experience ever. The old man that owns the place is prejudice as hell! He was following us around like we were going to steal something. Kept yelling at us to follow the path…What path??? He wasn’t yelling at any of the white people there. Then, he got into it with some people walking their dogs. Stay away from this place! Crazy, deranged old man owns this place…

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