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Before You Go
Pay to Play
$12.83 + hst/vehicle
Good Conditions
About the Course
The course is open year round and Mikisew Provincial Park is open for camping from mid-June to the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend. Two group campsites can accommodate larger groups. There is another excellent course available nearby at Tom Thompson Park in South River making this an excellent location for a weekend of disc golf.
18 Holes
concrete Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Mixed Use,
Established 2019
Dogs Allowed
Cart Friendly
Drinking Water Available
Restroom Available


Mikisew Provincial Park - (705) 386-7762

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Players usually spend 1.5 - 2 hours here.

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Sep 6, 2022
"This is probably the worst course I’ve played. My wife and I just threw discs at trees for 2 hours. The lines are stupid tight and a lot of the holes are just a wall of trees in front of you. For a short 18-hole I never even had a putt inside C1. Only redeeming qualities are the baskets and nets are amazing and the trails are very well maintained. I wish I played the aceplace, it looked like a lot more fun "
Aug 20, 2022
"Full little short course"
May 21, 2022
"Lots of potential and beautiful land……..but a day with a chainsaw would make these short par 3’s all getable. Fairways that are 60’/70’ before the dogleg still leave 150’/200’ to to basket, not to mention most holes dogleg twice. So no matter if your amateur or pro, most of those holes can’t be reached purely off the tee. When I did birdie it was usually a lucky line. "
Oct 29, 2021
"This course is very tight and very technical, and while it is still worth playing, unfortunately the design was restricted by the provincial Park and its environmental limitations. Hopefully as more players play it, and provide feedback to the park, they will allow the designer to update the course. It has wonderful potential, particularly because it is situated inside a Provincial park with ample camping opportunities! "


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