Algonkian Regional Park Miniature Golf†††††††††††††††††††††††† Return to Virginia pageCity Mini Golf


47001 Fairway Dr.

Sterling, VA 20165

(703) 450-4655


Price: $1.75

Par: 36††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Other Activities: Water park, driving range, golf course


Difficulty: 4

Creativity: 1

Atmosphere: 3


Unlike some of the other regional parks weíve played in Virginia (Upton Hill and Cameron Run) this course doesnít really play like its own stand-alone entity.With the others, you could take away all the park stuff and still have a very good miniature golf course.Here the course is more of a side attraction, something to do while youíre drying off from playing in the water park.It is the type of course one would expect in a regional park.The course doesnít really have much to offer as itís not kept up too well.There was debris everywhere and it made sinking most putts impossible.The only good thing about the course is that it only cost $1.75 to play.If youíre at the park for other reasons (there are lots of other things to do there recreationally), then paying the $1.75 to play a round isnít bad.However, if youíre just looking to go play miniature golf in this area, we suggest looking up Dulles or Perils of the Lost Jungle, which are both true miniature golf courses and are fun to play.


Reviewed by Pat, Mandy and Putt

Review in 2003




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