Plans for some big changes at Dairy Creek Golf Course in San Luis Obispo are moving forward.
Back in May, the golf course transitioned from 18 holes to 9 holes and a practice facility due to a lack of water.
The next phase will bring in Toptracer Range, an interactive video golf experience.
Miniature golf and electric go-carts will also be added at El Chorro Regional Park.
Director of County Parks and Recreation Nick Franco says these family-friendly activities have a short return on investment and they’re unique to the community.
“Everybody can come and enjoy these facilities we just don’t have in this close area, we have to drive a couple of hours to get anywhere,” Franco said.
The Planning Commission will take a closer look at the plans during its meeting on Thursday.
There are still a number of steps to go.
The goal is to have the new additions ready for enjoyment this summer.