Abbotsford’s Castle Fun Park offers some of the best mini-golf in the Lower Mainland, plus bumper cars, go karts, bowling, a batting cage and an arcade.
Mini-Golf, Go-Karts and Fun
Castle Fun Park is a fun place for families, for a variety of reasons, including its three 18-hole mini-golf courses.
Castle Fun Park`s two indoor mini-golf courses make it a great place to take children on a rainy day. One course has a jungle theme and the other has a coral sea theme.
Mini-golf and the go karts cost about $8 per person, and the bumper cars, batting cage and bowling are about $4 each.
Especially if going to Castle Fun Park on a rainy weekend day, go early in the morning to avoid the crowds. The place is open every day of the year except for Christmas Day, from 10 am until midnight.
Castle Fun Park Location
Castle Fun Park can be found at 36165 North Parallel Road in Abbotsford, just off Highway 1 at Exit 95.
Unless you live in the area or find yourself in or near the Fraser Valley anyway, Castle Fun Park isn’t a destination in itself. It is conveniently located just off the Trans-Canada Highway, however, so it makes a great place to stop with the kids for a break while traveling either to or from Metro Vancouver during the holidays.
If you’re in the area, and have kids, then Castle Fun Park is a great place to visit! It’s a fun place, and the mini-golf courses are some of the best!
Tips and Advice
Below are some tips and suggestions to help you make the most out of your trip to Castle Fun Park.
TIP #2: If you have an Entertainment Book be sure to use the coupon inside. In recent years the offer has been for a complimentary round of miniature golf when a second round is purchased. And if you don’t already have the Lower Mainland’s best book of deals, get one!
TIP #3: Metro Vancouver has a fairly significant gas tax to supplement the price of public transit in the region. Abbotsford is just outside Metro Vancouver, which means gas at the stations by Castle Fun Park typically costs as much as 10 cents a litre less than at gas stations closer to the city.
For more information about the attraction check out the Castle Fun Park website.
For a list of other top Lower Mainland attractions for children, click Vancouver Activities for Kids.
For ideas on things to do when the forecast calls for precipitation, click Vancouver Rainy Day Activities.