One of the country's premier disc golf destinations, featuring 29 scenic and challenging holes. The course is lovingly maintained by the De Laveaga Disc Golf Club. The course features an incredible variety of both visually beautiful and challenging holes, including thickly wooded tunnel fairways, blind drives over trees, wide open fields, and a lots of elevation changes. Hole 27 is the course's signature "Top of the World", one of the most epic tee shots in disc golf: a long, soaring tee shot from a stunningly scenic vista at the top of a large hill back down to a basket tucked by the starting teepad far below. This historic course was first established in 1984, and remains one of the most scenic and distinctive West Coast disc golf courses to this day.
$2 parking fee to park at the lot. New, used, and custom-stamped discs available at the shack store in the parking lot. Bring lots of water as it can get quite hot and there is no running water at the course.