We stumbled onto this course on October 21st during the Cape
Cod off season. It is part of a gaming and ice cream complex that was
closed down, but the mini-golf course remained open. Despite being in the
offseason, and after the full vacation season, the course was in excellent
The landscaping was quite creative with lots of well maintained water and fountains. In fact, it had one of the largest waterfalls we have ever seen on a course. It also had a lighthouse with a working beacon on one of the holes in keeping with the Cape seashore atmosphere. See pictures.
The holes were creatively developed with some interesting twists and turns. One even had a narrow bridge that went over a water hazard and sloped into the hole if the speed is properly judged. While challenging, par is obtainable and some aces are possible with the right angles and speed.
Overall, quite the enjoyable experience!
Reviewed by Dan & Patty Sheridan
Reviewed in 2015
Course Pictures (click to enlarge)