Massachusetts Mini Golf (page 1)

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Route 1 Miniature Golf [gone]
Saugus, MA
Route 1 Mini Golf opened in 1958. The course's most prominent feature was the giant orange dinosaur which overlooks Route 1. There were also batting cages and an ice cream stand on site. The sign is a replica made in 1997. The original 1960 neon sign is part of Dave Waller's collection. In 2015, it was announced that the property would be developed for housing soon. In 2016, the mini golf course and the ice cream stand were demolished. The dinosaur remains. A new sign was built for the new businesses which has two tribute elements to the previous sign: a partial LED bulb arrow and a round panel for Kane's Donuts that's about the same size as the golf ball was. For more, see this website. [map]

Jurassic Mini Golf
Salisbury, MA
This Jurassic Mini Golf was one of three Rangeway Golf locations. It closed in 2019 and it might be gone now. [map]

Jurassic Mini Golf [gone]
North Billerica, MA
This Jurassic Mini Golf had been here since around 1997. I believe the place closed had closed by 2016. By 2019, it was completely gone.

Jurassic Mini Golf [gone]
Taunton, MA
This Jurassic Mini Golf had the same dinosaurs and other figures as the other two Rangeway Golf locations. These photos are from 2011. The rabbit and elephant were produced by Ben Robinson of the Plycrete Mold Co. which marketed many of its statues to mini golf courses in the 1960s and 1970s. The course closed around 2012. The property is still for sale and all of the statues are gone.

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