The War of 18 Holes Miniature Golf Course is the only mini golf on Put-in-Bay. Located at Perry’s Cave and Family Center, this course is both beautiful and challenging. Guests can challenge their friends to a game while learning about the battles of the War of 1812.
Perry’s Cave and Family Fun Center.
Perry’s is one of the most popular sites on Put-in-Bay. Located on Catawba Avenue, this entertainment complex is full of fun things to do. Besides the mini golf, visitors can choose from activities such as Gemstone Mining, the Butterfly House, the 25 foot Rock Wall, and Fort aMaze’n.
The centerpiece of Perry’s is the limestone cave. 52 foot under the surfaces lies a a cave full of interesting rock formations. There is a rare underground lake. The pure water from the lake was used by Commodore Perry and his troops during the Battle of Lake Erie.
War of 18 Holes Miniature Golf Course
The course itself is well-maintained, full of blooming flowers in the summer. Beautiful hostas, rhododendrons and azalea line the manicured walkway. Trees canopy each hole to shade golfers from the hot sun. As visitors chart their course through each hole, they encounter facts about the War of 1812 along the way.
The course also contains a covered bridge, waterfall cave, and lovely winding paths. A fun activity for both kids and adults!
Other Attractions Nearby
This part of Put-in-Bay is a little quieter than downtown but still full of fun. Heineman Winery and Crystal Cave are right across the street. Another natural wonder, the cave contains the world largest geode. Heineman’s grows and makes delicious wine.
Hungry? Dive into the best dive bar food at Joe’s Bar and enjoy a cold one in their big backyard. For something a tad more upscale, try Goat Soup and Whiskey. They make delicious soups and other dishes using fresh ingredients from their garden.