Near the east entrance, this course consists of a variety of 3 and 4 par holes. Currently, the 9 eastern holes of the course are open to the public, with an additional 9 holes in the wooded area to the west to tentatively be opened in late summer/fall 2020.
The District’s Sites & Fleet and Planning teams have been busy working on expanding our Disc Golf course. In April 2020 the course route was seeded. While we know visitors are very curious about what is going on here, please refrain from stepping in the freshly seeded area in order to let the grass grow.
New to disc golf? The holes are actually chain baskets or catchers for the flying discs. Just like with golf, there are different discs available that players can use for different types of shots. However, unlike golf, a casual game on a blue sky afternoon, set in the backdrop of protected open space, disc golf courses are free. While the sport has been around since the late 1970’s it’s popularity has increased again over the past eight years. The Conservation District inherited the course when they purchased the property in 1999. In 2016 staff began exploring the idea of expanding the disc golf course and completed the work in-house.
Enjoy a round with friends and family, but don't forget to BYOD (bring your own disc)!