#7 basket & field
Field at sunset#16 tonal & eagle tree#16 tonal#16 tonal
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$5/day (free for registered guests); pay at main office & park at track-crossing.
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About the Course
A large rugged meadow scattered with small hills, pine trees, sturdy bushes, and a gully makes ideal terrain for a fun course which requires a full variety of shot types. Challenging dual-tee layouts will keep play entertaining and exciting for both novice and experienced players alike! -Half baskets/half bangers -Mix of technical lines & open bombers -Scenic landscape; views of the Salish Sea & fantastic sunsets -Natural light lasts well into dusk (great for glow) -Playable through the winter (little/no snowfall) -Amenities including showers available at the campground *It can get windy so bag some stable discs!* Join us on Facebook to connect with other users!
18 Holes
Outdoor Carpet, Dirt Tees
Yellow Basket, Yellow Tonal Targets
Mixed Use, ,
Established 2008
Dogs Allowed
Cart Friendly
Drinking Water Available
Restroom Available


Administration @ (250)-757-2003

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Sep 21, 2022
"Definitely a bit rundown and tough to play in a few places, but overall it’s a really fun and challenging course on a beautiful piece of land 🌞"
Sep 13, 2022
"Very fun park, had a creepy "the hills have eyes" vibe when we saw the little cabins, which we loved."
Aug 20, 2022
"Overgrown with blackberry bushes, easy to lose discs even within c2, has good potential, nice views, needs some love."
Aug 11, 2022
"2022 is the most overgrown I've seen it in the years I've visited. But it still has sweet ocean views and is entirely playable from the short tees aside from the following: Hole 2 - play back to the hole 4 tonal as there are buildings with glass buildings right in front of the old tonal position. Hole 13 - walk from 12 to the left and around the bushes to get to the area. The proper tee seems buried in bushes but you can find a lane to throw around the GPS marked spot."


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