Pigeon Forge, Tennessee: Bunny Golf (Gone)
Visitor Tips and News About Bunny Golf
Sadly Bunny Golf is no longer....and even worse, the reason. Someone did sneak in, twice, and kill off the bunnies.[Mj, 03/15/2006]
I was just on a trip from western Mass to Graceland, and we went searching for Bunny Land Golf (where you putt around 50 live rabbits) on our way there. Unfortunately, it's no longer in existence, because, as a helpful gas station attendant told us, someone snuck into the place and "beat all the bunnies to death for the second time."
F**ked up world, yo.[Chris Fairbanks, 06/03/2001]
The guy who owns Bunny Golf [RA: where you "play miniature golf around 50 live rabbits"] claims that he has discovered a form of art missed by all in the entire world but himself. He told me this over and over again... 500 years ago, when the Cherokee Indians were called the Horse and Bear Tribe, they lived around Douglas Lake and hunted the Mastadon (This is HIS theory). They carved plant roots and trees and rocks and left them lying around the lake. Yes siree! This guy will elaborate on the subject until you are ready to throw up. I asked him how the tribe could have lived at Douglas Lake 500 years ago when the lake was created by the TVA only about 55 years ago. He told me that I didn't know what I was talking about, and that God had led him to know all of this, because he used to be a member of the TRIBE himself. He showed me several tree roots and rocks and tried valiantly to point out the carvings on them, but I couldn't see anything manmade about them, only God-made.[Jackie Barnes, 01/29/1997]
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