Course Information, Policies, and Helpful Info
Our Mini golf course terrain has elevations and fantastic views.
Holes 1 – 9 are handicap accessible and have gradual elevations. They’re great for strollers too!
Holes 10 – 18 involve steps, and are more challenging holes. We believe our hole #13 might be the longest putt in Maine.
Important Things to Know
Players assume all risk of injury while on premise.
Please do not swing the club above knee height.
No full swings with putters.
Please stay on course and walkways.
No smoking or vaping on the golf course.
Please do not touch traps, statues or features of the course unless it’s stated otherwise.
If a faster moving group is behind you, please step aside and let them play ahead. Thank you.
Maximum Group Size
No more than 4 players
All players in the group hit their first shot, then proceed together to their second.
5 per hole, per player
Move the ball one club head from the obstruction and proceed.
We are applying for our beer and wine license, so until then, please feel free to BYOB responsibly while mini golfing.
All visitors hereby voluntarily assume any and all risk, including injury to persons or property which may be the cause as a result of the use of the premises known as Golf of Maine, LLC, and will hold Golf of Maine, LLC, harmless against any and all claims resulting from such injuries. It is understood that this waiver includes any claims based on negligence, action, or inaction of the above parties.
Facilities & Parking
Entrance to the mini golf course is at the front
window of the club house.
We have two handicap accessible bathrooms.
Parking for Golf of Maine is in the main entrance parking lot and the lower lot parking area. Lower lot parking lot is an exit only, no entry please.
Bus parking is first come first serve in the lower parking lot, or by reservation.