Crave Golf Club in Pigeon Forge, TN

2925 ParkwayPigeon Forge, TN 37863
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Overview

Bring your sweet tooth and your A-Game to Crave Golf Club. As Pigeon Forge’s only 19-hole indoor mini-golf course and 19-hole rooftop course, Crave Golf Club adds another layer of fun and excitement to mini-golf. While there, satisfy your sugar cravings at the milkshake bar and sweet shop! Other activities include mini-bowling and more. There’s no need to sugar coat how much fun this course is!

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Pigeon Forge Travel Experts
  • All mini-golf courses are handicap accessible.
  • Up to six people in a group are allowed.
  • Players may take up to six strokes per hole.
  • Satisfy your sweet tooth with in-store dining at the milkshake bar, sweet shop, and ice cream parlor.

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Insights from Tripster's own team members

Joan B.

So much fun, and great for families! The decor is a candy lover's delight and the staff was very friendly and helpful. Crave has two candy themed mini golf courses - an indoor course and an outdoor rooftop course. Purchase both courses for the best value. I highly recommend the Coco Cliffs milkshake from the gourmet milkshare bar; it's rich and chocolaty! During peak summer season, avoid the crowds and come between 11am-2pm and 4pm-7pm.

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Description

from Crave Golf Club
Crave Golf Club features over 18,500 square feet including two mini golf courses with 19 candy-themed holes in each both indoor and on the roof which are both fully handicap accessible. We also created a new “Crave Style” way to play. At each hole, use the spinner and add another layer of fun and excitement to your experience.

We also offer in-store dining with our sweet shop and milkshake bar creating specialty and custom shakes.

Tripster Customer Reviews

2 Reviews
RICHARD DAVIS
DAYTON, OH
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Great mini golf"
May 2019
We purchased both courses. Indoor and outdoor. All candy themed like going through Candyland game. The were a little busy for going in May but just took our time. The have tables and massage chairs in the indoor mini golf area if you want or have someone who isn't playing to use. There are also benches at most holes for waiting. The candy wheel spinner at each hole makes the golf even more fun. The more holes you spin candy or ice cream on then you have a chance to win a free round. The outdoor can become a race against the weather-wind and or rain. The milkshake bar was closed as they are remodeling to add 2 escape games. My daughter was upset because that was all she wanted since they opened after our last trip and she doesn't like golf. So because of that she bought a lot of candy from their candy collection including these large straws that you can fill with whatever flavor or flavors you want of powdered candy(like what is in Pixie Stix). I took lots of pictures of the whole place.
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Tip: Outdoor play can be affected by weather and they are remodeling no milkshake bar.

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Brian Pecenco
Charlotte, NC
4 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Mini Golf at Pigeon Forge"
November 2018
We enjoyed the outdoor mini golf course. The indoor looked good, but was very crowed, so we did 2 plays outside.
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Tip: We got our tickets on Reserve Pigeon Forge, so we got a deal !

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RichardS366
Dacula, Georgia, United States
"Great place but needs some staff training"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed August 14, 2019 NEW
We started our adventure by purchasing an online package for 4 of us. When we presented the online tickets the staff was throughly confused and we are still not sure if they know what we had purchased. We did get every item we purchased it was just very disorganized in the way we went about it. I do have to say they were all very friendly and made sure we got what was purchased. So owner/manager please train your staff more and make sure they have the tools they need to do their job.
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Traveler7719
Birmingham, AL
"Fun Time"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed August 07, 2019 NEW
Had a great time playing golf this morning. We played the indoor course and the candy themed decorations are really cute. We played "Crave" style where you spin the wheel for an extra challenge. We will definitely be back on our next visit.
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TravelingBender
Mount Vernon, Ohio
"Fun and Expensive"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed August 06, 2019 NEW
This miniature golf course was really good for young kids. They had a fun twist that they add to the competition. You spin a dial at the beginning and have to do whatever it says. It was pretty expensive though! We paid about $40 for one adult and two kids.
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VA2TN
Martinsburg, West Virginia
"Fun way to spend a morning"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed August 06, 2019 NEW
We played the indoor and outdoor courses and did the mini bowling. The courses were a lot of fun. The outdoor course has very little shade so sunblock is a must. Half of our party played “Crave style” on the indoor course and that was a lot of fun and laughter. The mini bowling was fun but it needs some upkeep. The machines weren’t working well in terms of setting up the games and excepting coins. An employee with a fistful of coins was finally able to get all five of us set up to bowl. The bowling balls are definitely at their end of life — lots of large chunks out of them making it challenging to get them to roll straight. We also had multiple balls get stuck and not come back to us. Three out of five balls were stuck at one point. One of those remained stuck for 8/10 frames.
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935shellig
"Highly disappointing escape game - NOT recommended!"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed July 26, 2019 NEW
We decided to skip the mini golf as we have two teenage boys and this appeared to be geared towards younger children. We did however do the 30 minute Mayday Adventure escape room and were highly disappointed. Having done multiple escape rooms before, we have always had fun whether we were able to escape or not. However, we found this particular escape room at Crave Golf to be very boring and it seemed like not many things made sense. There are multiple codes that need to be found and solved, although there are not really any "clues" to help you along the way. It seems as though you're expected to just know what to do. I don't by any means expect it to be easy enough that they just give you the answers, but this was just confusing and made no sense. Most of the time with escape rooms you'll find that one thing leads to another and another, even though you have to think about the connections and how to solve it. This on the other hand seemed like you'd find information and then have absolutely no idea what to do with it. Please don't waste your money on this escape room. We were very disappointed and honestly really frustrated for our last day in Pigeon Forge, and it's just not worth it. It feels very much like we wasted our time and money.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Crave Golf Club

What are the hours of operation?
Crave Golf Club is open for the following hours of operation:

  • Monday-Thursday: 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
  • Friday: 10:00 am-Midnight
  • Saturday: 9:00 am-Midnight
  • Sunday: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm

Hours may vary on holidays.

Can I play the indoor and rooftop course?
Yes. Certain ticket types allow guests to play both courses.

Is this course good for kids?
Yes. And, kids under the age of 3 are free.

Is the course handicap accessible?
Yes. Both mini-golf courses are handicap accessible.

How many holes are in each golf course?
Each course has 19 holes.

Is alcohol served at the sweet shop?
No. No alcohol is permitted on the property.

Do the mini-golf courses have rules?
Yes. Rules are as follows:

  • Players may take up to 6 strokes per hole.
  • Do not swing putter above the knee. An adult should instruct children in proper club use.
  • Each player takes their first shot before any player takes a second shot. Then, the ball nearest to the hole putts first.
  • Play each hole in turn so you don’t miss any surprises!

What is Crave Style?
You’ll notice a Spin Zone table located at the beginning of each hole. To play Crave Style, spin the disk before teeing off and follow the directions for your first turn.

If someone in your group spins a candy or ice cream icon, mark it down. If you collect 19 candies or 19 ice creams, exchange your card for a prize at the concessions counter. Bring more people to play with you and increase your chances to win!