Camelot Golfland in Anaheim with kids
I would’ve never thought that you can go to an arcade or mini-golf with a 2 year old. Believe it or not it’s not only possible, it’s incredibly fun. Once your kid is capable of holding any stick, he’s practically golf player. I just gave my son a mini golf club and he went at it right away.
We drove by the Camelot castle couple of times, easily spittle off of 91 freeway and always wondered what was that mini kingdom land. Recently we found out that the attraction is actually a mini Golfland.
Camelot golf land Hours of operations
You can always check the hours from the official website. However the Castle is typically open:
Monday-Friday: 9:00 am -12:00 am
Saturday: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
Sunday: 11:00 am-10:00 pm
Do however keep in mind that not every part of the Castle is open at the time listed above. Some of the attractions have different hours of operation; so do check the official website if you’d like to get the entire picture.
Saturday morning mania at Anaheim Castle
Apparently for only $12.99 (the price at the time the article is written) you can have unlimited amount of fun with a toddler at the Camelot Golfland in Anaheim. I’ve noticed that there were several other parents with toddlers, ages 1-4 just hanging out at the couple of courses available for your selection.
Honestly, clubbing the little golf ball for almost 30 min – my son haven’t dedicated so much time to one task ever. Off course, every time he would place the ball into the hole he’d yell “Goal” followed by “Puck.” So my son could’ve been playing hockey for all I know.
Various course at the Golfland
There are at least 4-5 courses to choose from that will feature various decorations as well as pose a spectrum of difficulty. If you have a little one each of the courses can be challenging since after a bit while my son wanted to play with the decorations more than swinging a golfclub.
Looks like they also had carting available on the Camelot Castle grounds. We however went to the arcades afterward the golf course. This was one of the most exciting experiences for my son up to date.
We drove a sports car (he actually steered) and shot some dinosaurs. Wacked a few moles and bowled a few balls. I mean it was much more fun than I though. Having a little child focus on a specific task isn’t always easy, however he seemed quite occupied with each individual game.
Father’s day at the Camelot Golfland
The little amusement park in Anaheim is a fantastic budgeted solution that is actually engaging and practical. Your child will have immeasurable amount of fun while running around getting the energy out. The Saturday session is 3 hours long and the Sunday session is 2 hours.
You should definitely consider this location to celebrate Father’s day in Anaheim. Btw this place was much cooler than the Discovery cube center (which is also overpriced for what it is).