[section_title title=Disc Golf Courses at Georgia State Parks]
Disc Golf is a fantastic family bonding activity that gets you outdoors & keeps you close to nature. I took my family for their first round, just the other day and we had a total blast. We had so much fun, we’ve partnered with Innova Discs to offer a Starter Pack Giveaway! Enter here.
Disc Golf is a fun way to get outside and have a great time with friends and family. That’s why the sport is flourishing at the four courses offered by Georgia State Parks. Find out which parks offer the courses, below.
Cloudland Canyon State Park – More Information
There is an abundance of fun to be had at this park in the far northwest corner of Georgia. In addition to disc golf, you climb the stairs to the bottom of the canyon, go on cave tours and take in gorgeous scenic views.
Fort Yargo State Park – More Information
Just a short drive from Atlanta, you’ll enjoy a wide variety of outdoor recreation including mountain biking, camping, swimming, kayak & canoe rental and, for a small fee, an awesome Disc Golf course!
Georgia Veterans State Park – More Information
Boating, swimming, DISC GOLF, geocaching and the Shortline Excursion Train make this a great a park, in middle Georgia, to camp for a few nights.
Richard B Russell State Park – More Information
Camp or visit Richard B Russell and rent a pontoon boat, join the Muddy Spokes Mountain Biking club and play a round of disc golf in Northeast Georgia.