Gold Rush Miniature Golf - Miniature Golf Course
Westmoreland, New York
featured Mini Golf Course 4853 State Route 233
Westmoreland, NY 13490-1307
United States
P: (315) 853-1337
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This is a fun mini golf course that has various themes included in the course such as western, pirate, titanic, and cartoon-ish. There are speakers placed around the course that play a song that relates to the themed area it is located in. Within the themed areas there are many elements that add to the fun such as a pond, a old boat filled with pirate related items, and a waterfall where the water comes out of a bathtub. Water only comes into play on 1 or 2 holes but it is still a good challenge.If you are in the area and looking for a little mini golf fun definitely consider Gold Rush

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