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Marketplace At Pirates Cove, South Yarmouth

(4.6/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
Hone your fine motor skills at Marketplace At Pirates Cove, a 36-hole mini-golf course. You can practice your putting on a pirate ship or among pirate statues and a model shark. Designed to suit a variety of ages and skill levels, there are two 18-hole courses to choose from. You can stick with the original "Captain's Course," or challenge yourself on the more advanced "Blackbeard's Course." Or, do both for a special reduced price. The adjacent gift shop sells a number of pirate-related items and sweet treats. To visit Marketplace At Pirates Cove on your holiday in South Yarmouth, and find out what else South Yarmouth has to offer, use our South Yarmouth vacation trip planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • It is not often that I venture to mini-gold outlets, however, this one is creative and great fun. Our family had such a fun filled evening here that we returned for more. Recommended!  more »
  • We wanted a little beach break so we decided to take the kids to play mini golf. This was not far from the resort.  more »
  • This is great for all ages. When friends, and friends with kids.. we hit this up.. They now have the wheel chair accessable course.. last time there we played and didnt realize it .. Until I noticed t...  more »
Google
  • Pirates cove is literally the most unique mini golf place in New England, nevermind just Cape Cod. It's fun, inexpensive, and full of unique courses and obstacles. I go literally every time I find myself at the Cape. If you have not gone yet I'd definitely recommend it.
  • Good mini-golf course. There's two. Definitely worth it if you're in the area.
  • Enjoyed playing here. Didn't realize there were two courses until after we started. Now we'll have to come back to play the other course.
  • Great course. Just the right amount of kitsch-not too much, but enough to make you feel a little nostalgic. It's not too difficult, but a couple holes could surprise you. Very sensitive to wheelchair needs, a whole separate course that's handicapped accessible.
  • Great place to have a great time with friends and family. Two different 18 hole courses to play at great prices!