Bowser Castle 2 is the name of the second Bowser Castle course in the Mario Kart games Super Mario Kart and Mario Kart: Super Circuit.
 Super Mario Kart
 Appearance in Super Mario Kart
In Super Mario Kart, it is the fourth course of the Flower Cup. It features all the elements typical of Bowser Castle courses. These include Thwomps (which will only start going up and down in the second round), jump lines and the lava pool. Characteristic of this track are the forks, were the player can choose one way to go. This offers him or her the possibility to use a zipper or an extra Item Box. At one point, however, the wrong decision leads to a trap: Where there are a lot of coins, there's one way forward and one left. Choosing the left one leads to a plank which says "STOP"; driving on will result in falling into the lava. The player can try, however, to reach the opposite plank with a Cape Feather jump, or by using a mushroom boost and hopping the cart with the "L" and "R" buttons, however this is very difficult. When falling into the lava, he may be placed at the other side by Lakitu.
 Mario Kart: Super Circuit
 Appearance in Mario Kart: Super Circuit
In Mario Kart: Super Circuit, it is the fourth course in the Flower Cup. Its obstacles are falling Thwomps and thin rectangular gaps in the floor that make drivers fall into the lava below. The track is also well known for its jumps.
 Appearance in Mario Kart DS
It reappeared in Mario Kart DS as the third course in the Banana Cup. It is basically the same but of course the usual switch to 3D and up-to-date graphics. If a racer is tiny, he or she cannot complete the first jump necessary for completing this course.
Peach driving above Lava.
Bowser Castle 2 from Mario Kart Super Circuit.
Bowser Castle 2 from Mario Kart DS.
Donkey Kong racing in Bowser Castle 2 in Mario Kart DS.
 Names in Other Languages
Kuppa Kyassuru 2
|Bowser Castle 2
||Castillo de Bowser
||Château de Bowser 2
||Bowser's Castle 2
||쿠파 성 2
Kupa Seong 2
|Bowser Castle 2