This inexpensive sport can be played in parks throughout the regionCorinne Minard Disc golf has never been so popular, and it’s easy to see why. It’s inexpensive, can be played with small groups and is enjoyed by both children and adults. Courses can be found in parks throughout Greater Cincinnati, including our state and county parks.
Great Parks of Hamilton County has four parks with their own disc golf courses. Embshoff Woods, 4050 Paul Road, Cincinnati, and Miami Whitewater Forest, 9001 Mt. Hope Road, Harrison, both have nine-hole courses while Winton Woods, 10245 Winton Road, Springfield Township, and Woodland Mound, 8250 Old Kellogg Road, Cincinnati, have 18-hole courses. And if you’re still in need of your own disc, you can purchase one at the visitors center at Miami Whitewater Forest or the Seasongood Nature Center in Woodland Mound.
Up north, players can enjoy the 18-hole course at Warren County Armco Park, 1223 N. state Route 741, Lebanon, which is part of the Warren County Park District. And just north of Oxford you’ll find Hueston Woods State Park, 5201 Lodge Road, College Corner, which has a 27-hole course called Distractions. The course is designed to allow players to choose specific holes and tees based on their preferred level of difficulty.
All three counties in Northern Kentucky counties have their own courses, too. In Campbell County, families and individuals can hit the 18-hole course at AJ Jolly Park, 1501 Race Track Road, Alexandria. In Kenton County, players can use the 24-hole course at Lincoln Ridge Park, 420 Independence Station Road, Independence. And in Boone County, you can choose from two courses—the 18-hole course at Boone Woods Park, 6000 Veterans Way, Burlington, and the championship 24-hole course at England/Idlewild Park and Dog Park, 5550 Idlewild, Burlington