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About the Course
John Houck Design. Red/Beginner (5,739ft) - White/Amateur (7,486ft) - Blue/Pro (8,466ft) tees on every hole. A Par 65, 18 hole course. Carved through the swamp amongst huge cypress trees. A one of a kind course. *Current hours: 7am-7pm(dusk)
18 Holes
Concrete Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Dedicated Disc Golf, Public Park
Established 2018
Dogs Allowed
Cart Friendly
Drinking Water Available
Restroom Available


Park Staff is present during the parks open hours. However, if none of the staff can be located, contact the Jefferson Parish Parks & Recreation Department (504)349-5000

Course Traffic

Players usually spend 2 - 3 hours here.

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Sep 17, 2022
"Awesome course. Never played anything like it, being from St. Louis. 4.5 simply because it can get muddy easily, but the design and layout is awesome."
Sep 12, 2022
"I loved this course, was challenging and I did lose one on the last hole, I loved it. We have never played anything like this before. Beware of snakes- just walk slow, they have no interest in you. The armadillos were so cool. It was a little wet, if I had better shoes on, i would be dry. It was fine. Our dogs stayed on leash (I was scared). Trees are so cool The layout was great, well designed. Only people there. We did get turned around a time or two but quickly back on track. Nice tees"
Sep 12, 2022
"My favorite course I love it , I've been to 167 courses and this is my favorite "
Sep 11, 2022
"The course design in of itself is good, plenty of tough holes that demand good shots. However, be aware that you're all but guaranteed to lose discs. Also, mosquitoes are crazy thick, and most of the holes were very muddy with standing water, so waterproof boots or hiking shoes are a must. It's a good challenge, but the downsides are not insignificant. "


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