Everyone knows Aquaboggan in Saco, Maine, as a water park perfect for cooling off during the hot summer months. But for several years now, Aquaboggan has enjoyed having a little fun in the fall, by being the setting for the annual Trail of Terror, a collection of your nightmares come to life set along a creepy walk. If that's a little too much Halloween for you, Aquaboggan has got another option this October: ghoulish mini golf.

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Shared on Facebook by Aquaboggan Water Park, the mini golf course has been dressed up as if it's headed out trick-or-treating. Throughout the 18-hole course, visitors will find all kinds of different decorations, both funny and spooky, and perhaps a few other surprises along the way. Aquaboggan's ghoulish mini golf will only be open in the evening to maximize the fright level.

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Would it even be Halloween mini golf if you didn't costume up? Aquaboggan encourages people coming to play ghoulish mini golf to dress up. By doing so, they will receive a dollar off admission to play the course.

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It's not just all scares all the time though. Visitors can also enjoy some fun seasonal treats including warm apple cider, popcorn, and fried dough. Aquaboggan's ghoulish golf is open for limited weekend dates from 5:30pm until 10pm.

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Ghoulish Mini Golf at Aquaboggan Dates:

October 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30

Aquaboggan is also holding a contest for those that play ghoulish mini golf in 2022. If you share some of your photos from your round and tag them on social media, you could potentially win season passes for summer 2023 at the water park.


 

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