Our disc golf course is open year-round, with the exception of May, June, and part of October due to events on the grounds. There are a few events that take place throughout the year as well, that cause the course to be closed for a day here and there, but we try to post these on our Facebook Page and our website often so that you know! 

It is free to play, but donations are always welcome, in order to continue to maintain and upgrade the quality of the course.

The 18-hole disc golf course wraps through the wooded area near the center of the property and out to the southwest fields. Holes 5 and 12 will test your distance,  measuring 480 yards, and 570 yards, respectively. Back into the woods, you’ll face obstacles such as trees and structures. You’ll even get a sneak peek into our October hobby, the haunted house! The scenery is always changing and this unique course offers different obstacles and views with each passing season.


The disc golf course was designed in 2017 by one of the Park’s very dedicated year-round volunteers, Steve Monroe. The course was designed with homemade tee markers and a few baskets, but the idea for a full 18-hole course was there! A few years in, there were 18 holes with “temp” baskets.

We eventually put in permanent baskets (that are removed a couple of times throughout the year for other events), and rubber mat tee pads. The course has been primarily maintained by Steve, but has gained a lot of interest and some extra help throughout the years.

In 2022, Ledgestone showed interest in hosting part of their tour at Three Sisters, but in doing so, some upgrades were needed. In 2023, cement tee pads were installed by our staff and volunteers.

Our course is in working order, but it takes a lot to continue to make these improvements and maintain the course. We have a donation box at the start of the course for monetary donations as well as information on how you can help in other ways!

Contact us for more information about the course.