Disney World's Winter Summerland Mini Golf Course the Summer Side


If you have been following my posts you will know that we recently traveled to Disney World in Dec 2018. This was our second trip there and we had such a great visit! We loved it the first time we went but this time it was just that much better. The kids were a great age, we had a better idea of what to do and how to get it done. 


Both times we visited we went on the Free Dining Plan which if you're interested is a great deal but was offered early this year and no longer available for 2019. Typically they tend to offer this in April for stays Sept-Dec, however this year with the Star Wars area they had played it out differently this time. Never fear though, if you're looking to stay in 2019 there is still deals to be had here.


Anyhow, this time around we went with the Options Plus ticket and this allowed us to do some extra activities like the mini golf. As I mentioned in my last post on Disney World's Winter Summerland Mini Golf Course the Winter Side well today I thought I'd focus on the Summer side. 


Just like everything else in Disney the Mini Golf is fun and well themed. In the Summer portion of course, Santa is still around soaking up some sun. A lot of the course is mimicked off the Winter with sand replacing snow! 


We still have a Christmas decorated caravan with a roasting turkey instead of steaming campfire. Santa is doing some snorkeling instead of skiing, Goofy and Mickey in the sand and well a sand castle instead of snow castle. 


Santa's hiding in the sand on one hole and our spitting snowman in Winter seems to be melting on the summer course. 


One of the kids favourite holes is the ribbon loop de loop. Who doesn't like to putt there ball through a loop. 


Of course each hole has their own sign post with a cute little rhyme that gives you a tip to get you started. 


Both the Summerland and Winter courses are similar and really enjoyable. The mini golf was a good fun break from the parks. By utilizing the Options Plus on ticket you are able to play all the courses for less then the price of playing the two courses (out of pocket it's $14 adult and $12 3-9 years) If you are getting a Hopper ticket anyway and want some down time for other things to do it can be a good option. You can also visit Water parks for the day with the options plus as well as golf their 9 hole course or visit ESPN grounds if opened. 

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