A return visit to Castleford.
On our way home from a weekend away in Doncaster we made a stop at the entertainment, leisure and retail area at Junction 32 of the M62 as it's a real minigolf hotbed.
There are six miniature golf courses with a total of 87-holes to play in a very small area!
Xplore at the Xscape Centre is home to two indoor Cosmic Golf glow-in-the-dark courses. One is a 6-hole layout called the Search for Atlantis. The other is the Curse of the Mummy in 3D (or 4D depending on which sign you read). The 3D course is a 9-hole layout and one where you need to wear 3D glasses to enjoy the full effects.
|Search for Atlantis Cosmic Golf at Xplore in Xscape Yorkshire|
These two Xplore courses were the 199th and 200th visited on our travels back in 2010. We've now been to 945 courses!
|Curse of the Mummy 4D Cosmic Golf at Xplore in Xscape Yorkshire|
Towards the back of Xscape is the two course, 36-hole indoor Volcano Falls Adventure Golf centre.
|Volcano Falls Adventure Golf at Xscape Yorkshire in Castleford|
Players can play on the Volcano Valley and T Rex Trails.
Heading out of Xscape and over the road to the Junction 32 Outlet Shopping Centre you will find two outdoor 18-hole courses at Mr Mulligans Adventure Golf.
|Mr Mulligans Adventure Golf at the Junction 32 Outlet Shopping Centre in Castleford|
When we last visited Castleford these courses were known as Pirate Island Adventure Golf.
The six courses in Castleford were some of the 20 minigolf layouts we went to in the first 20 days of 2020.
Once you arrive at Junction 32 in Castleford you don't require any further transport to get to any of the courses there. It has the most minigolf courses of any inland place in the UK.
Of the places we've visited on our Crazy World of Minigolf Tour Skegness is the town with the most minigolf courses in the UK. Skeggy has 120-holes spread across ten seafront courses.