Looking for the perfect spot to play disc golf in the Stevens Point Area where you can show off your skills, incorporate strategy, compete with friends and be in nature? From Standing Rocks County Park to McDill Pond, read more about the disc golf courses in the region. Then, grab your discs and head out! 

Standing Rocks County Park

Test your abilities and get your steps in at Standing Rocks Park. This course offers a true challenge with valley shots, tricky greens, and elevation. With 33 holes, it is the biggest disc golf course in the Stevens Point Area. The course is scenic and heavily wooded, known for its challenging shots and picture-worthy scenery. Plan for a $4/day fee or a $30/season pass.   

COURSE DETAILS
Address: 7522-7726 Standing Rocks Road, Stevens Point
Course Landscape/Terrain: Moderately Hilly & Moderately Wooded
Holes/Baskets: 33
Multiple Tees/Pins: Yes/yes
Tee Type: Rubber
Hole Type: Mach 5
Cost: $4/day or $30/season

McDill Pond 

If you're looking for a quick round of disc golf, head to McDill Pond and spend an hour or two. McDill Pond offers intrigue with its variety of open and wooded holes, challenging elevation levels, terrain changes, and views of the water as you navigate the course. McDill is a short 9 hole course, but if you have more time, play the course twice.

COURSE DETAILS
Address: 3809 Patch St., Stevens Point
Course Landscape/Terrain: Moderately Hilly & Moderately Wooded
Holes/Baskets: 9
Multiple Tees/Pins: No/No
Tee Type: Rubber
Hole Type: DGA
Cost: Free to play

Mead Park 

Head to Mead Park for a scenic game of disc golf! Mead Park is the perfect course for beginners, as the holes are generally shorter and easier to play. This 9-hole course sits in the urban park along the west bank of the beautiful Wisconsin River, providing you with a gorgeous backdrop as you play. The park is located close to downtown Stevens Point, and is also home to the popular K.A.S.H. Playground making this a great spot for families.

COURSE DETAILS
Address: 1201 W. Whitney St., Stevens Point
Course Landscape/Terrain:  Mostly Flat & Lightly Wooded
Holes/Baskets: 9
Multiple Tees/Pins: No/No
Tee Type: Concrete
Hole Type: Mach 3
Cost: Free to play

Yulga Park 

Challenge your skills at Yulga Park. The course design utilizes current course design concepts of risk/reward, balance, play options, challenge, fair length, maintainability, and aesthetics. Yulga's 18 holes lie on flat terrain, with most holes being surrounded by scenic trees and a variety of other vegetation. Yulga Park has 3 tees per hole, making the course more versatile and appropriate for any skill level. Add on an extra mile or two onto your disc golf escapade and hike through the Moses Creek segment of the Green Circle Trail which passes right through Yulga.

COURSE DETAILS
Address: 4551 Wojcik Memorial Dr., Stevens Point
Course Landscape/Terrain: Mostly Flat & Moderately Wooded
Holes/Baskets: 18
Multiple Tees/Pins: Yes/yes
Tee Type: Concrete
Hole Type: Mach 3
Cost: Free to play

Stockton Park 

For a quick, yet engaging course head to Stockton Park in Custer. This 9-hole course is a great stop to freshen up your skills. It is quiet, mostly wooded, and free to play. Stockton offers relatively short holes ranging from 100-250 ft and opportunities for aces. Stockton Park is also a great family-friendly spot with a playground, picnic area, and a 1-mile scenic walking trail. 

COURSE DETAILS
Address: 3333 Custer Rd, Custer
Course Landscape/Terrain: Moderately Hilly & Moderately Wooded
Holes/Baskets: 9
Multiple Tees/Pins: No/No
Tee Type: Rubber
Hole Type: Kingpin
Cost: Free to play

Eagle Pines

If you're looking to try your hand at a completely new course, Eagle Pines is the spot for you. Built in 2020, Eagle Pines is the Stevens Point Areas newest disc golf course. This course utilizes the unused Almond-Bancroft school forest, which was formerly a pine plantation. The course features 20 holes of technical woods golf with minimal elevation changes. As an added bonus, it is an easy stop off of I-39 and is free to play.

COURSE DETAILS 
Address: 7397 3rd Avenue, Almond
Course Landscape/Terrain: Mostly Flat & Heavily Wooded
Holes/Baskets: 20
Multiple Tees/Pins: No/No
Tee Type: Mixed
Hole Type: Mach 5
Cost: Free to play

Bluebird Park

Looking for a beginner course? Look no further than Bluebird Disc Golf Course. This nine-hole course is tucked in a small neighborhood park. Bluebird offers a flat, lightly wooded course that is perfect for beginners and casual players. This course is free to play and perfect for a family-friendly outing. 

COURSE DETAILS
Address: 3966 Bluebird Drive, Stevens Point
Course Landscape/Terrain: Mostly Flat & Lightly Wooded
Holes/Baskets: 9
Multiple Tees/Pins: No/No
Tee Type: Grass
Hole Type: Baskets
Cost: Free to play

Map of Disc Golf Courses

Here's a handy tool to help you find all of the best spots to play disc golf in the Stevens Point Area. 

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