The 19th Hole, Portland Oregon
Every spring, the corner of SW 15th and Yamhill comes to life as the 19th Hole opens. A nine-hole mini golf course meets a gourmet food cart, cold drinks and lawn games to create the ultimate Pacific Northwest sunshine experience. With beverage selections ranging from craft beers to Oregon wines, ciders and craft cocktails - 19th Hole is happy hour heaven. Stop by on a whim or plan ahead for life celebrations, team building activities, family picnics and beyond.
Interested in booking a private event at the 19th Hole? Contact our Sales Team to book your event today.
The 19th Hole, Portland
729 SW 15th Ave.
Portland, OR 97205
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Got questions? Consider them covered.
Q: Are dogs allowed at the 19th Hole?
A: Yes! We’re dog-friendly. All leashed dogs are welcome inside the 19th Hole.
Q: Are underage guests able to come into the 19th Hole?
A: Yes! Although we serve alcohol from the food cart, underage guests are more than welcome to enjoy the 19th Hole.
Q: Is there a cover to get in?
A: No. The 19th Hole is complimentary and open to the public.
Q: Is there a charge for mini golf?
A: Mini golf is free for Hotel deLuxe guests or $6 per person for the entire evening (not per game).
Q: Is there a charge for the other lawn games?
A: All lawn games are first come, first serve, and free to play.
Q: Do you take cash or card?
A: We take both!
Q: Do we need to make a reservation if we want to come with a group?
A: No. If your group is below 20 people, you are welcome to come in and enjoy the 19th Hole. Picnic tables are first come, first serve however, and the space is shared with the general public.
Q: Do we need to make a reservation for 20 or more people?
A: For any event that has 20+ guests, we recommend reaching out to our Sales Team, they’ll be able to assist with necessary information on larger groups and buy-outs. With a buy-out, you’ll have full access to the 19th Hole space, complete with lawn games, mini golf, food truck and more. Each buy-out has designated service and is not open to the public.