The access gate to enter the park is closed. To access the Disc Golf Course park along A Street and walk-in through the upper gate. Hole 1 is next to concrete steps on your right when entering the park through the upper gate. High Bridge Park is a 200 acres public park located at Riverside Ave. and A St. in Latah Valley, Spokane, Washington. It is open daily, without charge. Latah Creek runs along the eastern boundary of the park. The valley carved by the creek is crossed by three bridges carrying Interstate 90, Sunset Highway and a railroad. These bridges cross above the southern portion of the park. Near the center of the park is a maintained grass area with amenities typical of other parks in the city. Picnic tables and grills are scattered about on the grass. There is also a picnic area with a wooden roof. A small playground is provided for children. While not as forested as the rest of the park, tall Ponderosa Pine trees shade the grassy area. A second, smaller, grass area lies up a hill immediately to the west.
Rubber Mat, Concrete, Turf, Grass, Dirt Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original), Chainstar Lite, Bucket Targets
Mixed use, Public park
No drinking water available
Spokane Disc Golf Clubwww.spokanedgc.com
Signs and teeboxes need to be updated badly. The course overall is ok but some of the holes had elevation change shooting from down to up. I don't know if I would play again. The course is tough.
Hole 7 isn’t in the right position but still a really really good location and place and playing
Wish there were Broms at each tee pad. Super happy they changed the hole numbers. Still decent garbage. One of the toughest courses in the area.
Definitely need this app to find some of the tees. Fun course.
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