Bigfoot Adventure Golf™ – Branson’s Newest Mini Golf
Branson’s newest mini-golf adventure takes you through Bigfoot’s very own woodlands as well as a 270-foot tunnel cave hand-painted by Springfield artist Emily Million using UV paint so the animals glow! Yes – glow!
After the cave you’ll enter the frozen tundra and continue to play your way through 18 fun, exciting and somewhat challenging holes! This mini golf course will take you up, down, through a cave and up some stairs as you compete for that hole-in-one! Yes – we said stairs! While up on the higher hole, you can look down into our Yeti Fun Zone & Monkey Jump™, watch those brave enough for our Gravity Bomb™ and Super Sling™ fly back down to earth and those jumping off of the Monkey Jump™!
Try to track down Bigfoot following his footprints as you play along each hole!
The course has nine holes that are ADA accessible, making it enjoyable for everyone!
Q: What time do you open?
A: 10AM Daily.
Q: What are the minimum requirements to play?
A: This attraction is fun for all ages and abilities!
Q: What is the best time of the day to play?
A: Depending on the time of the year, earlier in the summer/fall and later in the afternoon in spring/winter. Depends on your weather preference! We are open until late – at least 11PM! So this is a perfect activity after a nice dinner or Branson show!
Q: Where are the photo spots located inside the course?
A: We have five photo spots located throughout the course: inside the cave next to the wolf, Bigfoot himself, Bigfoot discovery jeep, waterfall and Inukshuk Statue!
Q: Who painted the mural inside of the cave?
A: Her name is Emily Millon and she’s extremely talented! She is a local to the area who has done work for Bass Pro Shops including their newest attraction voted #1 Best New Attraction by USA Today, Wonders of Wildlife! Walk through Bigfoot’s cave during your mini golf experience and watch how the paint itself changes colors and how objects start appearing!