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A John Ritger designed Championship caliber course located near downtown Atlanta in a 50-acre mixed use City of Atlanta park. Perkerson Park is one of metro Atlanta's most scenic, technical, challenging, longest-length courses with three par 4's and a par 5; Over 7300’ in its longest layout. Plays through a mature hardwood forest and along a rock-lined stream with hilly terrain. Dual teepads on all but one hole. Every teepad has its own sign. The Short teepads (Red) cater to Recreational and Intermediate skill levels and the Long teepads (Black) cater to Advanced and Professional skill levels. (Tee pad updates are currently being negotiated with the ATL Parks & Rec Dept for 2024 completion) Fairly navigable directions without using the map but there are a few long transitions across the bridges over the creek due to stream buffer between Holes 4 & 5 and then again between Holes 14 & 15. There are Red & Yellow "Next Tee" wooden signs posted on trees in plain view from each basket. The course is located at 770 Deckner Ave. Park in the lower gravel lot off the 2nd park entrance. From the gravel lot, walk down the right side of the creek about 300' to the Course Information Kiosk. There is a QR Code on the Information board that has the current layout if UDisc is not updated. There is also a bike rack you can lock your bike to at the kiosk area. The practice basket is located behind Hole 1's Short teepad; Hole 1's Long teepad is accessed by a stone step trail that heads up the hill a few yards beyond the Course Information Kiosk and tees off from on top of the cliff and back over the headwaters of the South River. Join the Perkerson Park Disc Golf group on Facebook for more information and updates about the course. Check UDisc for Course Statistics specifically for Perkerson Park. Join the Intown Atlanta Disc Golf Club to be a part of a 501(c)(3) that plays and supports the growth of disc golf in metro Atlanta and help bring more disc golf to metro Atlanta parks and unused green-spaces.
18 Holes
pour-in-place recycled rubber Tees
Titan Pro-24 Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Established 2014
Dogs allowed
Cart friendly
Drinking water available
Restroom available


Paull Bell (Intown Atlanta Disc Golf Club President & Volunteer Organizer) John Ritger -Designer

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Jul 9, 2023
Great technical course
Jul 8, 2023
Great course but terrible tee pads falling apart
Sep 1, 2023
No clue why this course has a negative image. Played there for the first time today and felt safe the entire round. I also appreciate the two tee pads and multiple pin placements on each hole. Will absolutely be playing here weekly from now on. I liked the non-concrete tee pads. Wouldn’t mind an addition to the tee signs specifying the current pin position.
Sep 23, 2023
Bring bug spray


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