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After a subpar meal in Charleston we headed to Frankie's Fun Park for a round of mini golf. The cost per player is an excellent price point at $8 per player. Most other courses hit you for $12 or more. Frankie's did not disappoint! There...More
This is a great place for mini-golf and other attractions, including two different courses for the mini-golfers and two tracks for the go-kart riders. The prices are reasonable overall, although the concession prices can be a bit high for some items.
Went on a friday night, not too busy for mini golf, there were 2 different courses. Enjoyed the waterfall and pretty blue water around the putting greens. Paid $8 pp. Batting cages were $2 pp. We spent about an hour and a half here. The...More
The park offers a fun time for old and young, there are two 18 hole putting areas, so pick which one you like.
Apart from the usual fun games in the lobby area, the park offers some go karts, an oval racetrack, a baseball area,...More
The bumper cars were definitely my favorite!!! They let you ride for a long time too!!! We played the mini golf course too. Greens were nice, landscaping pretty!! The holes weren't too easy but not too hard!! Afterwards, played in the arcade. Spent about $10...More
We took a break from all the ourist stuff to allow our grandson the chance to do what he wanted to do. Frankies is clean, well supervised and fun. We rode the go-carts, the bumper boats, climbed the rock wall and played miniature golf. Oh...More
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We went as a family, including a 3 yr old. She rode the carts with her dad, played putt-putt golf with grandparents and then all of us went into the arcade. There she selected games to play and her mom operated the controls... More
We went as a family, including a 3 yr old. She rode the carts with her dad, played putt-putt golf with grandparents and then all of us went into the arcade. There she selected games to play and her mom operated the controls. With tickets "won" she chose the item she wanted. I believe she, as well as the adults, had a great time together.