A 36-hole, family oriented, mini-golf course east of Alternate A1A has been approved by the Jupiter Town Council. Plans for “Lighthouse Cove Mini Golf” is thought to be a perfect fit for what the town’s Community Redevelopments Agency is trying to create along A1A between U.S.1 and Jupiter Beach Road. The owner says the proposed mini golf would be a family friendly place featuring burgers, ice cream, beer or wine. It’s going to be people getting together and playing mini golf with soft music in the background.
Plans for the proposed “Lighthouse Cove Mini Golf” call for a 20 foot tall lighthouse, waterfalls and 36 holes designed to feature the best of Jupiter’s history and local aquatic life. It will also feature a 2,000 square foot, two story building with neighboring patio seating. The outdoor, covered seating area will serve light food, beer and wine. Plans also call for an 8,000 square foot preserve of native plants in the northeast section of the site. A five foot wide sidewalk is planned for pedestrians and bicycles riders between A1A and Dubois Road and ample parking.
The planned two acre mini golf with a fishing village vibe will have entrances and exits from A1A and Dubois Road. The intention of the complex is “to create a laid back, Key West atmosphere”. The complex is anticipated to create approximately 20 jobs. It will be open seven days a week. Hours will be 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Waterfront Properties and Club Communities, specializing in luxury waterfront, riverfront, and golf course communities in Jupiter, Tequesta and the Palm Beaches will be soon neighbors with Jupiter’s newest family oriented amusement.