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View of one of the holes. Picture from summer 2017.Hole 4Beautiful view of Dillon Lake at 11Hole #14 basket
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About the course
Enjoy stunning scenery with views of high Rocky Mountain peaks and Dillon Reservoir as you traverse this challenging alpine disc golf course. Lake Dillon's Main Course features significant elevation change and a solid mix of wooded and open holes. Be prepared for uphills, downhills and side-hill traverses and possible rapidly changing weather conditions. Sturdy footwear, rain gear and plenty of water are highly recommended. Tee one is located a good ways uphill from the parking lot (minimum 10 minute hike) so plan your time accordingly. A practice basket, 12 hole warmup course (see the "Family Course" listing) and portable toilet (seasonal) are all available at the base area. Pets are welcome at Lake Dillon DGC but dogs must be leashed at all times and picked up after. Please pack out trash or use the receptacles near the parking lot. No glass bottles or open flame. DIRECTIONS - Take exit 205 from I -70 and head south on Highway 6 toward Keystone - Turn left on Cemetery Road and turn right at the first opportunity to access the parking lot
18 Holes
Concrete Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Established 2014
Dogs allowed
Cart friendly
No drinking water available
Restroom available

Contact

www.townofdillon.com/parks-rec/dillon-cemetery-disc-golf-course

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Players usually spend 2 - 3.5 hours here.

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Upkeep
4.2
Shot variety/design
4.4
Tee areas
4.1
Signage/wayfinding
4.0
Amenities
3.0
Scenery/views
4.9
ilewis
@ilewis
58
0
Aug 28, 2023
Lots of blind par 3s so be prepared to play blind or do lots of extra hiking to find baskets. Some flags on baskets would be helpful. Teepads are a bit small and a few were slick when wet, but better than dirt teepads found on most mountain courses. First teepad is about a 10 minute hike up the mountain to start.
fullauto
@fullauto
69
0
Jul 26, 2023
This course is not even remotely 4.5 stars. The reviews substantially overrated it because of some views of surrounding mountains ignoring the course itself. Terrible location with way too much underbrush and tall plants. Signage is awful and even wrong on some holes. Elevation only shows on the front 9. Far too much scouting for baskets since signage is unreliable. The final nail in the coffin is the incredibly short tee pads. Maintenence is non existent. You've been warned.
luketour
@luketour
84
0
Aug 9, 2023
Plan on some time to look for discs. Challenging holes and epic views.
nmjensen19
@nmjensen19
58
0
Jul 7, 2023
Nice tee signs. Tee boxes need to be 3 feet longer

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