Games/Arcades

Trafalga Family Fun Center (Lehi)

(Last Updated On: August 14, 2014)

Our 4 year-old has been asking to go golfing lately. We slyly changed the topic from golfing to minigolfing and began planning for Trafalga. We own the Pass of All Passes which is good for most Wasatch Front sporting events and many places of entertainment, too. (You can Google Seven Peaks website to find out more).

With the Pass, you can do most of the activities at Trafalga for free. There is mini-golf, laser tag, and several small outdoor rides. There is even a climbing wall. During the winter, most outdoor rides are closed, but our 7 and 4 year-olds had a good time on one indoor ride called The Frog Hopper.
They had a blast on the Frog Hopper!
We started out in the arcade area, which is not free. However, with each Pass we bought this year, we got $15 worth of credit toward the arcade and carnival-type games. That added up to $60 for us– far more than we could spend today. We spent a little time on the skill games and then headed upstairs to golf.
Most of our time is always spent around the basketball hoops.
One cool thing about the miniature golf is that it is all done with black lights. The balls are fluorescent as are most of the banks and the holes. Even our baby thought this was cool. In warmer weather, there is an outdoor mini golf course.
Trafalga is a great way to spend a wintry Saturday morning– especially with the Pass of All Passes (you can watch for deals for this pass all year long).

The black lights are cool!
It was hard to get any pictures of us golfing because it was dark,
so here we are at the end of the game.