Where to Disc Golf

Click on a region in the map or zoom in on the map using the zoom tool on the left. Clicking on a park in the map will reveal an information box with a listing of amenities in the park, and a link to the park in the listing far below.

The direction links below will take you to a listing of parks with permanent disc golf courses.

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Canoe Creek State Park

A nine-hole disc golf course begins on the sidewalk near the beach house.

Codorus State Park

The site of the 2005 state championships, Codorus Disc Golf Course is rated one of the most challenging courses in Pennsylvania. The course is just inside of the entrance to the Marina Day Use Area and affords views of the lake. The 54 holes have paved tees and are spread through fields and forests. On the west side of Marina Road is a nine-hole, mini disc golf course for children. During the summer, golf discs can be purchased at the marina concession building.

Gifford Pinchot State Park

An 18-hole disc golf course is on the east and west sides of the park. In the Conewago Day Use Area, Boulder Woods is a fairly level course that is great for families. In the Quaker Race Day Use Area, Quaker’s Challenge Course has recreation and pro tees in a challenging, hilly course.

Prince Gallitzin State Park

A nine-hole disc golf course is located around the Muskrat Beach #2 day use area. The course winds through varied terrain and provides challenging shots in wooded and field areas. Score cards and course maps can be picked up at the bulletin board at the far right of the parking area next to Tee #1. Scenic views of Glendale Lake and surrounding areas of the park provide a tranquil place to recreate after disc golfing.

Samuel S. Lewis State Park

A 9-hole disc golf course begins at the Disc Golf Parking Lot. Scorecards may be found at the information kiosk near the end of the parking lot.

Shawnee State Park

The 9-hole, par-3 course in the main day us area has nice distance holes and an up-and-over-the-hill challenge.


Fort Washington State Park

A wooded, 9-hole course begins in Lot 2 in the Militia Hill Day Use Area at a kiosk with a map of the course.

French Creek State Park

A course winds through the woods by Hopewell Lake. Score cards and maps are available at the course.

Hickory Run State Park

A 19-hole course located in the Sand Spring Day-Use area. The course is mostly flat and moderately wooded with a total length of about one mile, gravel tees and Mach New 2 type holes. Please be cautious of picnickers when playing the first ten holes.

Nockamixon State Park

An 18-hole course is in the Day Use Area begins from Parking Lot 13 by the Children’s Fishing Pond.

Prompton State Park

A disc golf course is on the USACE land.

Tyler State Park

One of the top ranked courses in the country, this 36-hole course begins at the Upper Plantation Picnic Area. Much like regular golf, but using a “Frisbee” or disc, the object is to complete each hole in as few strokes as possible. Course maps with rules and scorecards are available at the park office and at the Upper Plantation Picnic Area parking lot. The Bucks County Disc Golf Alliance offers tournaments, clinics, and leagues. www.bcdga.com


Clear Creek State Park

A course is adjacent to the camping area.

Moraine State Park

An 18-hole disc golf course is in the Lakeview Day Use Area. For more information, visit the Pittsburgh Flying Disc Society. www.pfds.org.

Pymatuning State Park

An 18-hole, par 66, disc golf course in the Jamestown Day Use Area near the park office. Score cards are available at the 1st and 10th hole tees which are along the road leading to Pavilion 4 and Beach 2. The course is set up in two loops (Front 9 and Back 9) starting and ending at Pavilion 4.