Information on:

Raleigh - Adventure Landing

3311 Capital Boulevard
919-872-1688

Three uniquely themed 18-hole miniature golf courses designed exclusively for Adventure Landing with lush landscaping and foliage.

It's truly an adventure in fun! Our courses challenge all skill levels through tunnels, waterfalls, and mountains.

Great for all ages! Great Family Tickets & Group Packages!

Practice your putting skills all year long by purchasing Adventure Landing's



Reviews

Pete R

Rating:
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Maybe I just remember the "Good 'Ole Days" but, it seems like arcades these days are no more than Gamblers Anonymous in training. Kids shoving dollars in no skill machines for tickets to cash in for cheap junk. Adventure Landing was fun 20 years ago but, they have done no improvements, ever, no it has gone down hill. Batting cages hardly functional. Golf course soggy and littered with debris. Laser tag is fun but, only like half the packs work and buckles are all broken. Go karts...those are still pretty fun. There are just other, newer places to take the kids to for a good time. Take them to a trampoline park or Galaxy Fun Park. Plus, lots of folks in there smelling like happy smoke and alcohol. Maybe just jaded. The kids asked to go back already.

Jackie Amiri

Rating:
Monday, April 16, 2018
We've been several times but this trip was less than great. My son, daughter and son's friend played laser tag and 2 of the kids had a zero score and only my three were playing. Definitely, a malfunction or wasn't activated and the gentleman we spoke with said that's how the game is scored. 2 of the kids had to change vests twice because of them not working. So I paid $27.00 for a none functioning game. Doesn't seem right and kids were upset. Games...well, kids play for tickets and prizes and at least 4 games were jammed and no tickets came out. I spent $60 on video games that didn't produce tickets and we had to ask an attendant for help. Go carts were really fun and the highlight of our visit. Hoping our next trip is better.

A Richardson

Rating:
Saturday, March 10, 2018
This was our first visit. The first machine we put tokens into was jammed and did not work. We alerted staff that immediately fixed the problem and even gave us extra tokens. My six and eight year old had a blast!! The pizza was good. We found all the staff we dealt with to be friendly helpful and nice. I was a little concerned what we would find on a Friday night however it was family-oriented lots of children and a good time. In today's environment it was also great to see a security officer.

Tonia Tracy

Rating:
Saturday, April 7, 2018
This was my now husband's and my 1st date ever. I am not a movie dinner girl. We had so much fun 8 years ago. We used to have our special needs sons b day parties here, and we came from lynchburg, Va the last time we went was the last time we go. Prices have gotten stupid and you don't get anymore for the expensive prices. They have food, doesn't look great but the pizza was good! They used to give a choice of single or team laser tag, no more. They hate to help you. Games break, kids climbing on games you or your kids are playing. Yep actually playing in the bowling lane. The gocarts used to be so fun. Not anymore. Hurt so bad last time. People slam on purpose, not supposed to. I am not a slow driver on those or real life. Some of the best go carts we have played on.

Daliza Rodriguez

Rating:
Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018
The kids really enjoy this place. There are some games that don't work, they are out of order but most of the games work. I have not tried the did here but they do sale food. The personnel are very friendly and very understanding.

Adventure Landing is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media