Stevens Point Area Disc Golf
Check out all the disc golf courses in the Stevens Point Area. Give yourself a challenge and try the Standing Rocks course or keep it simple and play at Yulga Park. Each course differs in terrain and difficulty so whatever your skill level, the Stevens Point Area disc golf courses have a place for you.Header photo from Katie Bartlett
Insiders Guide: Disc Golf in the Stevens Point Area
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... View More
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Head over to Mead Park if you're looking to start playing disc golf as the holes are generally shorter and easier to play. The park features a 9-hole course that sits in the urban park along the west bank of the Wisconsin River – providing a gorgeous background. It is also a great spot to bring the family as it's close to downtown and the popular K.A.S.H. Playground.
Looking to really test your disc golf abilities? Try Standing Rocks County Park's disc golf course. The park offers a true challenge with valley shots, tricky greens, as well as elevation. It is the largest disc golf course in the area with 33 holes that are set in a scenic, heavily-wooded backdrop. Day or season passes are required and can be purchased right at the park.
- Another short, but more difficult course, is at McDill Pond's disc golf course. They offer intrigue as they have a variety of open and wooded holes along with challenging elevation levels, terrain changes, and gorgeous views of the water. It is a short but sweet 9-hole course that can be played twice if time allows.
NOTE: McDill's course is temporarily closed
- The most versatile disc golf course is located at Yulga Park. With 3 tees per hole, it makes the course accommodating for any skill level. The 18-hole course lies on flat terrain with most of the holes being surrounded by scenic trees and a variety of other vegetation. Add 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 the park.