If so then walk the plank over to Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf for a high-seas adventure in mini-golf! This spectacularly themed course offers challenge, adventure, and a pirate education!
Pirate's Cove in Door CountyThe course has a fabulous waterfall, clearly visible from the road – you really get an island-y, tropical feel here. When you think of pirates and the Caribbean and the stories and lore, you will see them come alive here at Pirate’s Cove.
On each hole, you get a bit of pirate history on the signs near the tee-off area. Throughout, you will learn of real pirates, their fates, and some of the real names of the pirates of lore (do you know who Edward Teach is)?
We have golfed this course dozens of times - and we keep coming back – it’s just plain fun! The pirate theme permeates the entire course. One of my favorite scenes is as you are approaching the third hole, walking past a sunken ship at the base of the waterfall. You’ll notice a skeleton pirate on a barge firing a cannon - the ambiance is really good and well done!
The course is challenging enough, with twists and turns, and jumps and water all around you. Walking the course is fun as well. The wooden chests, cemetery stones and other themed items make you feel, well, “pirate-y.” And it enhances your overall experience while you play your round.
There are caves, waterfalls, lagoons, thick trees and more that add to your golfing enjoyment. This is a great place for families, couples, grand-folks and really, anyone! And there might be a bit of treasure for the young'ins at the end of your adventure!
Pirate’s Cove really put the adventure in mini-golf! So navigate your ship (or car!) to Pirate’s Cove in Sister Bay – one of our favorite places to adventure golf. And tell them the folks at DoorCountyNavigator.com sent you on your journey! That helps keep this site alive & well . . . for you! Arrrg – we’ll be looking for ya if ya don’t!
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