Viking Golf is the complete family entertainment complex | Sports
Mini golf. Go karts. Water Park. Food and treats. Oh my!
There is something for everyone at the Viking Golf and Thunder Lagoon Water Park complex at 38960 Island Street on Fenwick Island. Where do you even begin to explain how much fun and how many days you need to enjoy it all?
Let’s start with the mini golf course, right?
The 19 holes are a fantastic experience for Vikings, trolls, dragons and much more. Challenging and entertaining, and certainly not too difficult for the younger audience or beginners. At the very end you have the Krakken that will swallow your ball if you don’t place it properly.
Each of the holes is individually named and the par for the course is 39 strokes – 19 in the front and 20 in the back. The story takes place with Vikings fighting the establishment’s two-headed dragon in mythological Scandinavia. Each hole offers some really cool dangers, including fossils and dragon eggs.
The place is full of adventure surrounded by great decoration and landscaping. There are cool little Viking history facts throughout the course that guide you around the site.
How many trolls can you spot in the nooks and crannies of the area?
Mini golf pricing is $ 10 per person, which can be upgraded to unlimited for $ 2 more, or $ 5 for children under 42 inches with an unlimited golf upgrade of $ 1. Children aged 3 and under play for free with a paying adult. If you are lucky enough to beat the Krakken you are limited to one free game per player.
The Thunder Lane go-karts offer a completely new slick track this year. They offer single and double go-karts for single or tandem riders. You even get the chance to hear from Brumbles the Troll if he lets you know if you are tall enough to ride alone. The karts are creatively named, with names like Dragon Slayer, Turbo, Overdrive and The Black Widow.
The go-karts are $ 7 each way and the drivers must be 56 inches tall to drive alone. Double karts are suitable for adult drivers aged 16 and over and accompanied by children under 56 inches. Unfortunately, the go-karts are not suitable for people with special needs.
With all the excitement and heat of mini golf and go-karts, you might want to cool off, and there’s no better place than Thunder Lagoon Waterpark. It is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. – when the weather is nice, of course. The water park prices are $ 23 for two hours or $ 28 for four hours. Children shorter than 42 inches pay $ 11 for two hours or $ 14 for four hours. Seniors over 60 pay $ 16 for two hours or $ 20 for four hours. Everyone who enters the water park has to pay.
The water park offers a 400-foot themed lazy river ride, as well as six different water slides, a 2,800-square-foot activity pool, and an 800-square-foot kiddy pool. It really has something for everyone.
Among the slides, be sure to check out the Black Hole Body Slide, a twin Twister slide that allows parents to ride their child, and then there’s the unique Viking ship with a tilt function. If you’re a party goer and don’t want to get wet, make sure you’re not too close if the ship tips over as it will drain 250 gallons of water. There are plenty of relaxing lounge areas and, even better, plenty of free parking.
Sweet treats and foods on the boardwalk include Hershey’s Island Creamery, The Hungry Viking, Dunkin ‘Donuts, Tidepool Toy Store, Pennsylvania Dutch Funnel Cakes, freshly baked pizza, made-to-order burgers, hot dogs and hand-cut fries, and great fruit -Smoothies.
Vouchers and daily specials can be found on the complex’s website at www.fenwickfun.com.