West El Paso Mini Golf Course Reopens After COVID-19 Closure
Adventure Zone is open for putt putt again.
If you're ready to mask up and venture out, little by little the list of things you can do is growing. Mini-golf is now one of them.
Saying it was “time to have some fun, responsibly" the nearly 20-year-old west El Paso entertainment center announced it was partially reopening after having had “several conversations with city representatives” to make sure it was okay to reopen the mini-golf courses.
Among the precautions Adventure Zone is taking is a mask requirement, social distancing enforcement, and a limit on the number of people in group. The safety guidelines they're asking people to follow were outlined in a social media post:
We are blessed with 2 very large 18 hole courses which will allow the necessary room for social distancing. All balls and clubs will be sanitized before each use. Customers may bring their own putter and ball. Masks are required. Gloves are available. No more than 4 in a group unless all family members. There will be a Marshall on the courses at all time enforcing social distancing. Repeat violators will be asked to leave the property. Parents are required to control all children and respect all social distancing requirements.
Owner J.R. Phillips told the El Paso Times he’s chosen to keep the bumper boats and go-carts closed “until he can figure out the best way to safely operate them.” The activities available may be limited, but on the upside, the kitchen where they make their “world famous tacos” is open.
Get in my belly, tacos.