Julie Mac checks out the first 2-level, human-sized wooden maze ever built in North America which opened 7 miles south of the West Glacier entrance to Glacier National Park. Summer of 1987 The Amazing Fun Center opened their doors to the public. A few years later they added a unique 18-hole miniature golf course which they designed with novel obstacles, hole shapes, and water features. Then came a bumper boat pond with a fountain and electric boats that can squirt water which is perfect for the summer time heat. The Bankshot Basketball courts are fun for all levels when it comes to handling a basketball. It doesn’t matter what age you are there is something for everyone at this Montana attraction.

Since then, both the maze and the miniature golf course have been completely redesigned and rebuilt. Towers that you can actually climb up into were added in the maze, and the mini golf course now has an old mining site theme with a working sluice and water wheel.

Over the years people from all over the world have been intrigued by their human-sized, 3-D puzzle. Many have stopped to try it as they traveled to and from Glacier National Park. The parks visitors have taken from 21 minutes to 5 hours to find their way through this amazing 2-level labyrinth.

Next time you are finding your way to Glacier National Park be sure to stop on by this great attraction. Thank you for stopping on by and be sure to subscribe to our Youtube Channel so you can stay updated on all of the newest and latest episodes. For more information about Montana’s Best visit: www.montanasbesttv.com

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