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First explore
entry by Crunch187 
11/12/2021 5:16 AM

Sadly no pictures from my first ever explore but I had many fun trips there by myself and then later with friends. My first spot was an abandoned mini golf course in Colorado Springs. Only namedropping the general location as this place has been demolished and become no more. I remember the first time that I went there it felt kind of creepy and alien to me. It was hard to get some recon on this place as there was no easy way to see inside without actually going inside. But when I went inside it was really cool and there were multiple rooms and a small second floor. The first floor was a mainly open space that I think might have been an arcade or game room with 2-3 smaller rooms that were themed for parties. The second floor was smaller than the first that had a counter for getting your putters and golf balls. The second floor also had some smaller rooms that may have been the kitchen or other admin areas. Both floors had pieces of the ceiling falling down or barely held together. The actual golf course itself was really creepy at night but during the few chances that I had to explore during the day it wasn't so bad. All things considered it was a really cool spot that was always fun to explore but was sadly torn down. Now all that remains is a dirt field with no plans for redevelopment.

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