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Reno's International Mini Golf & Amusement Center
Reviewed 8 August 2013 via mobile

A great way to spend an evening. The course is fun and challenging with serveral suprises on the way

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Reviewed 5 August 2013

If you arrive in La Fortuna you have to go at least once and experience this "once in a lifetime" experience. This is a unique and special mini golf course that is one of a kind in the world, there is no other mini golf course that has country themed holes with motion sensored audio activated sequences. Frank the owner is incredibly kind and warm (spent more than an hour teaching my girlfriend how to putt since it was her first time playing mini golf). The indoor aspect is essential because of the high chances of rain that characterize the weather in La Fortuna the majority of the time. The attention to detail that has gone into putting this course together is phenomenal and awe inspiring. I can only hope that more people get a chance to experience it and take an hour of their day to play this amazing mini golf course! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!

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Reviewed 16 July 2013

As others have mentioned, this is a pretty fun/unique mini golf course. Each hole is country-themed, which can range from fun (Canada is hockey themed with a moving goalie) to questionable stereotypes (Mexico has a passed out guy in a sombrero next to some alcohol bottles). Many of the holes have music/interactive features, which keeps things interesting.

Pros: Some fun photo ops, good change of pace, walkable from town
Cons: No AC or fans that I can remember (probably was hotter inside than outside when we went), a little bit pricey.

If you like mini golf, go. If not, skip it.

Thank tbpratt
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Reviewed 15 July 2013

My kids 13, 13, 11, and 6 loved the course. The interactive nature of the holes was quite fun. A little expensive for a family of 6 at $72.

Thank william H
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NEWYORKFRANK99, Owner at Reno's International Mini Golf & Amusement Center, responded to this reviewResponded 17 July 2013

Entertainment for a family of six price perspective
HORSEBACKRIDING $360
ZIP LINING $420
RAFTING $480
CANYONING $488
and finally a movie in NYC $84 and if you want popcorn and soda well, bring you're american express card lol

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Reviewed 14 July 2013

the interactive stations are a lot of fun. Music lights and motion bring each country to life as you play though. From the outside it looks like a closed junk yard but inside it is a work of art.

Thank Sue L
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