Play Mini Golf in Massachusetts

Pirate’s Cove: 74 Providence Rd., Northbridge, MA

Pirate adventures come to life on this award-winning mini golf course! Visitors can marvel at the caves, footbridges and waterfalls while playing a challenging game of mini golf and immersing themselves in tales of pirates. Pirate’s Cove also offers an arcade, gift shop and snack bar.


Kimball Farm: 400 Littleton Rd., Westford, MA

Kimball Farm may be known for its ice cream, but they also have not one, but two equally famous mini golf courses! Their 18-hole mini golf course has waterfalls, drawbridges and mines, which will keep your family entertained for hours. The farm also has a petting zoo, batting cages, bumper boats, arcade and snack shack to keep your family entertained all day.


Route 1 Miniature Golf: 1575 Broadway, Saugus, MA

If you’re driving on Route 1 and see a giant orange dinosaur, you’ve come to one of the state’s most iconic mini golf courses! Route 1 Miniature Golf offers an 18-hole course featuring giant wild animals (like the dinosaur) that will delight everyone playing. The park also has an arcade, batting cages and ice cream shop.


Golf on the Village Green: 315 Worcester Rd., Natick, MA 01760

Feel like taking a trip back in time? Golf on the Village Green allows visitors to visit Revolutionary War period Massachusetts with their freedom trail themed mini golf course. The course is filled with miniature replicas of famous colonial buildings, including the Old North Church, Paul Revere’s house and Faneuil Hall. Golf on the Village Green doesn’t boast any amenities, such as a food stand, but it does offer a lot of history and education.


Mulligan’s Miniature Golf: 124 Leominster Rd., Sterling, MA

Mulligan’s is a standard 18-hole course that names each hole after an animal native to Massachusetts. What makes Mulligan’s stand out? They offer “Moonlite Madness” events in July, August and October, where players use glow-in-the-dark balls, tees and cups. Mulligan’s also has a snack bar.


Paradise Mini Golf: 25 Lonergan Rd., Middleton, MA

If you’re looking for a tropical getaway, Paradise Mini Golf is perfect for you! The 18-hole course is tropical-themed and has fun holes, such as a 35-foot tree hole and a river hole that carries your golf balls downstream. Paradise is a relaxing environment, and also offers a snack bar and a koi pond for those who want to take a break from the fun.


Nantasket Landing Miniature Golf: Nantasket Ave., Hull, MA

If your family is taking a trip to Nantasket beach, why not stop for a game of mini golf? The course is small, but offers a temporary escape from the beach. It’s also within walking distance of a number of restaurants, an arcade, gift shops and the famous Nantasket carousel.




Family Funway: 2 Washington St., Foxboro, MA

Foxboro may be home to the New England Partriots at Gillette Stadium, but it’s also home to a fun mini-golf course! Overlooking Route 1, visitors can play through this simple, no-frills 18-hole course. Family Funway also offers a number of other attractions, including a go-kart course, bumper boats, trampolines and batting cages.


McGolf’s Miniature Golf: 150 Bridge St., Dedham, MA

McGolf’s offers an 18-hole course that’s a mix of challenging and easy holes for visitors of all ages. The hilly course has beautiful landscaping, featuring rivers, waterfalls and a giant koi pond toward the entrance. They also offer discounted same day replays — you can putt to your heart’s content! The facility has a next-door driving range for serious golfers to practice.


Castle Creek Adventure Land: 100 Swampscott Rd., Salem, MA

Castle Creek’s 18-hole mini golf course was voted the best mini golf course on the North Shore, and your family may agree when you play through! The course offers waterfalls, water fountains, caves, bridges and a castle. It’s also lit at night so you can play long after the sun has gone down. Castle Creek Adventure Land has a snack bar, go-karts and hosts birthday parties.


Mabel Sterritt is an intern with Boston Parents Paper.

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23 May 2014

By Mabel Sterritt