This review is only for the golf course: first and most importantly to play the 9 hole course is $7 on the weekday and on the weekend the price rockets to $8. The course is one step above a chip and putt.... The course itself isn't in good shape: T box is beat up and isn't always clearly marked, the fairway doesn't exist, the ball washers are all dry, no one rakes the sand, and the greens need some attention. At this point you may be thinking this course sounds horrible and why did this yahoo give it 5 stars?!?! My son is 7 and just started playing golf so this place is perfect. In fact if you are just learning to play this is the place for you. Playing a large course as a beginner can be a struggle hitting the ball 10 times to get close to the green can be discouraging, especially if you are playing with someone that can hit the ball to the center of the fairway. My son and I have a ton of fun playing this course and there is no pressure to move quickly. Beginners behold you have found your course. After you conquer this place go to Walnut Lane, Philadelphia it is an 18 hole course and good for intermediate players.
This is such a great place for families. My company has their annual picnic here every year. They have pools, courts, golf, food, and shade. When I go here, there's always activities provided (face paint, color spin art, glitter tattoos, games, bounce bounce, pony rides, etc etc). Not sure if my company provides this stuff, but this place is big enough to hold almost anything. The food they provide (hot dogs, burgers, grilled wings, corn, sausage, salads) is decent. Isn't the best, but you don't really come here for the food, you come for the fun. There's activities for adults and children. I look forward to coming here every year with my family.