Though I just celebrated my 32nd birthday, my fiancé and I love mini golf, especially the old fashioned courses. The most popular course on Rte 28 is Pirate's Cove, which is a huge chain of places in beachy vacation spots. It has all the bells and whistles that kids today love. But I prefer the older courses like Putter's Paradise. You can see the huge spouting whale from Rte. 28, and his simple, smiling face really tells you everything you need to know--it's a good, solid, family joint. The course is well-maintained and they have a number of fun figures of fishermen, captains, an octopus and others. The holes aren't terribly difficult, but this is a pleasant way to pass an evening. And it's far less crowded than the over-hyped Pirate's Cove. You won't have to deal with hordes of families and you won't have to wait your turn (or listen to the party waiting behind you, sighing every time you miss the hole). The service was also very helpful and pleasant. Plus the fee includes two rounds of golf, if you're a fanatic. If love mini golf, don't miss this fun place.