The days of snow tubing are finally behind us and Seacoast Adventure is bringing the fun for summer 2021.

Some attractions are already open with more opening Memorial Day weekend.

So, what can one expect from Seacoast Adventure?

Mini Golf

Seacoast has a beautiful mini-golf course that is currently open during the weekends and will switch to daily after Memorial Day weekend. The perfect activity for families or a first date.


Put the pedal to the metal on their quarter-mile-long track. You have to be at least 4'10" to drive one of the karts and at least 3'4" to ride with a qualifying adult.

Water Playground

Once it really warms up Shipwreck Cove is the go-to spot for kiddos looking to cool off. Featuring multiple slides and fountains.

Sky Swing

For the thrill-seekers, strap into the 100-foot tall Sky Swing and fly through the sky solo or with two of your besties while attached.


After a day of friend and family fun, take a break at the Deck House Tavern that's on location and open year-round. The restaurant features a variety of burgers, salads, wings, sandwiches, pizza and more. Truly something for everyone.

So, when you're making your summer 2021 bucket list, make sure Seacoast Adventures is on your list! Check out all they have to offer on their website, here.

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