Armed with only a putter, players on Cape Escape's miniature golf course traverse 18 holes littered with nautical obstacles. Contestants must tune out a host of distractions as they concentrate on putts at hand, including crashing waterfalls, narrow bridges over a live koi fish pond, and the constant fear that the shipwrecked fishing boat might actually be a sleeping Transformer.
Blackbeard and his notorious friends run the adventure-golf show at Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf. It's easy to imagine the pirates hiding across the cove's two courses—maybe inside a cave, lurking behind a waterfall, or waiting under a bridge. In reality, it's only pirate legends and themes that inhabit each hole's obstacles and winding greens. Plaques display exciting pirate tales, and a large, wooden pirate ship looms out on the water, its deck transformed into an adventure-golf hole. Nearby, Pirate's Cove Marketplace carries the apparel and accessories needed to strut a plank in style. The shop stocks pirate-themed costumes, books, and even treasure chests.
Since 1970, Cape Cod Vacuum has been furnishing homeowners and commercial cleaners with the requisite equipment for tackling household messes. Across their four locations, the shop boasts a large inventory of upright, canister, cordless, and central vacuums from Dyson, Miele, Electrolux, and Hoover, as well as commercial vacuums, cleaning products, and floor care equipment. In addition, an onsite team of technicians reconditions and repairs vacuums by most major brands.
Dennis Parasail and Jet Ski sends its clientele as high as 1,200 feet above Cape Cod Bay in colorful parasails, making it the highest parasail ride offered in New England. Towed along by speedboat, solo fliers and couples choose their preferred height and ride style. The Wet 'n' Wild flight dunks riders into the water repeatedly. During the Elevator Gone Mad flight, the chute quickly rises and drops like a bird taking flight before remembering it's a penguin. The shop also cares for a stable of 17 Yamaha VX 1100 jet skis, whose four-stroke engines allow them to cut through calm bay waterways at speeds of up to 50 miles per hour.