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Hole in one! Best mini golf around the country.

There are many mini golf courses around the country that may be fun for everyone in the family.

There are many mini golf courses around the country that may be fun for everyone in the family.

If you are planning on bringing your moving boxes to another part of the country, you may want to check out what kinds of fun activities are available there that the whole family can enjoy. With the warm weather arriving, checking out mini golf courses may not be a bad idea. There are plenty of these throughout the United States, but some may be a step up from others.

Prehistoric Golf, Ocean City, Maryland
When in the Mid-Atlantic, you may want to stop by Ocean City, Maryland. This is the home of Prehistoric Golf, which is one of multiple mini golf options in the city, according to TheFW.com. This could be fun for young children, as there are many dinosaur models throughout the park.

Mini Golf at East Potomac, Washington, D.C.
Not far from Ocean City is our nation's capital. Here you can find Mini Golf at East Potomac, which is one of the oldest mini golf courses in the country, according to Mental Floss. This spot opened in 1930, and is on the National Register for Historic Places.

Volcano Island Mini Golf, Orlando, Florida
Head on down to the Sunshine State and you can find another course that could be a great time. There are multiple mini golf options in Orlando, but Volcano Island Mini Golf is arguably the best. According to TheFW.com, it has plenty of fun scenery, including multiple waterfalls and a volcano.

Par-King, Lincolnshire, Illinois
If you and your family like mini golf with a twist, then heading to Lincolnshire, Illinois may be a fun choice. This city is the home of Par-King, which has plenty of obstacles between you and the hole. According to Mental Floss, there are such options as rollercoaster holes and a large model of the Willis Tower.