Hole 9 tee, downhill throw threading the needle back towards campground
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Before You Go
Other Fees
Discover Pass Required
Good Conditions
Tees and baskets in great condition-Signage just added to the tee boxes. Careful of the rough, knee high grass!
About the Course
Teanaway Camp Disc Golf Course is a 9-hole course in the Teanaway Community Forest in Central Washington. It sits in the heart of the Cascades with open views of the Mount Stuart Range. Adjacent to a campground, both the course and camping at the campground require a Discover Pass. The course has a mixture of forested and open shots with some elevation change. The tee pads are compacted and cemented gravel and the baskets are marked with orange stickers and numbers. Difficult to see baskets also have 6 foot poles with flags. The course is open all year-round with a couple of weeks closed mid-summer for cattle grazing. Contact Washington State Department of Natural Resources-Southeast Region for current closures ryan.schreiner@dnr.wa.gov or (509) 607-0972. The course is still in development and will be adding a map/kiosk, signage, and other amenities over the next couple of seasons.
9 Holes
Cemented Gravel Box Tees
Mach V Targets
Dedicated Disc Golf,
Established 2022
Dogs Allowed
Cart Friendly
No Drinking Water Available
Restroom Available

Contact

Department of Natural Resources ryan.schreiner@dnr.wa.gov (509) 607 0972

Course Traffic

Players usually spend 1 - 2.5 hours here.

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rfschreiner
@rfschreiner
Oct 13, 2022
5.0
"Beautiful course with a fun but challenging layout. Tee 6 is the best view of any disc golf course i’ve played. "
kryan127
@kryan127
Sep 6, 2022
5.0
"Awesome course! Beautiful views. Well laid out and maintained. Will definitely be back "
jldanskin
@jldanskin
Sep 4, 2022
4.0
"Hot& easy"
wallysnowbird
@wallysnowbird
Aug 19, 2022
4.5
"A very fun course to play. Lots of challenging shots, elevation changes, and some trees to navigate. The only issue is that the rough is tall grass with lots of sticky residue that collects on socks and legs. Outside that, a very nice nine hole experience."

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