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Eaton Park Crazy Golf

Crazy Golf, Outdoor
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Location iconNorwich
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Kids playing mini golf at Eaton Park Crazy Golf in Norwich

Attraction Information

Come sun or cloud, the whole family can enjoy a morning or afternoon of fun at Eaton Park Crazy Golf.

Set within the beautiful Eaton heritage park, this 18 hole crazy golf course provides inexpensive fun for groups of family and friends or even just a few of you.

From gentle slopes and straightforward holes to humps, bumps, sharp corners and ramps galore, there's a wide variety of holes to suit all from easy peasy ones to seriously challenging ones.

For those who wish to sit back and watch all the action unfold, there's also a wheelchair friendly central seating area. This offers a great vantage point so you can see all that goes on and cheer on the challengers as they putt it out to become champ. The family dog is even invited to come along and watch as well!

Eaton Park Crazy Golf also cater for parties or celebrations and they can provide an extra table and chairs should you wish to bring a party picnic or if you have other requests, just get in touch with them and they'll do their best to accommodate and make your occasion special.

And if you're not golfed out once the champ has been crowned, why not head on to the putting green next door and practice your skills even more! Eaton Park and Eaton Park Crazy Golf offers you a great value day of fun so head outside and show the rest of your group you have what it takes to conquer the course!

Opening hours

Opening hours are subject to change. Please call the attraction directly to avoid disappointment.

Location

Address

Eaton Park, South Park Avenue,
Norwich,
Norfolk,
NR4 7AU,
England

Phone number

07717 257536

Pricing

From £3.00

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There is an onsite shop

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