Disc Golf in Portland, OR
About Portland Disc Golf
Pier Park may be the most naturally beautiful disc golf course in the Portland area. Located on a peninsula between the Columbia and Willamette rivers, this park has a little bit of everything. With its uphills, downhills, doglegs, and tunnels surrounded by huge Douglas firs and western red cedars, Pier Park will challenge any level of disc golf player. Pier Park offers more than just disc golf, making it a place that everyone can enjoy and a fun place to hang out after the game.
The Dabney Disc Golf course is very challenging and incredibly enjoyable if the player has a developed game. With its wide array of terrain and elevation changes, this course is sure to push the golfer’s limits and forces thoughtful shot making. Dabney is one of Portland’s best courses, offering a wonderful course layout. It is located on the grounds of a state park, making it easy to enjoy a day out there.
Groups: Stumptown Disc Golf
One of the Portland area’s best courses offers the consummate Northwest disc golf experience - tree-lined holes, open meadows, elevation changes, and water hazards in the form of creeks and ponds. The area’s first fully dedicated disc golf course is as challenging as it is beautiful.
Pier Park may provide the best disc golf in the Portland area in terms of natural beauty. This 18 basket course is located on a peninsula between the Columbia and Willamette Rivers, and it really is an amazing place to go spend a few hours with your frisbee.
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