|Recently had a chance to check out an abandoned mini-golf course in southwest MA. Shockingly, the location hasn't been completely trashed yet despite being pretty accessible. Some graffiti here and there, sure, but most of the structures in the put-put area are still intact.|
They had one long driving range in addition to the put put section - the torn nets blowing in the breeze looked beautiful in a way photographs can't really capture
As you can see, most of the ponds, bridges, tunnels, and fences common to mini-golf remained more or less as they were left, though mosses have started to reclaim the greenway.
The most impressive structure here is this ~15ft high fake cavern. Pretty cool interior.
Anyone know how to rotate images in the tag? :p
And of course it can be climbed
All in all a fun, easy, low risk location. Check it out if you're nearby!
Hope you enjoyed,
|Cool. The 13th shot is great. Thanks for posting. |
|Fun looking spot to explore. |
|It's always nice to find a specially nice highlight in a location like those caverns. Maybe I'm the only one, but walking around the place with that backdrop of fall scenery seems like a quite cozy, somehow nostalgic experience. |
|Looks like a beautiful place. You really capture a sense of tranquility! |
|Thanks for the feedback guys!|
Also I really can't stress enough how incredible those nets looked - the wind was pretty high, and the way they danced in the breeze was just beautiful. Gave the entire area a pretty post-apocalyptic vibe.
Maybe if any of you guys end up going there you could get a video, none of mine really captured it.
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